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Give 4 examples of Aminoglycosides
Amiken, Gentamycin, Strepomycin, Kamamycin
Penecillin
bacterialcidal because interferes wih cell wall maintinence
Sulfonamides
b-static totally synthetic, antagonist with plasma protein (PABA)
Aminoglycosides
b-cidal inhibition of ribosome protein, urinary tract/G.I. sterilizer
Macrolide
b-static, inhibit protein synthesis, SE-wipe out flora
Name 3 types of Macrolide
Erythromycin, Zithromax, Biaxin
tetracyclines
b-static interferes with protein synthesis outdated ones can kill you, used to treat lymes disease and walking amonia
Name 2 types of tetracyclines
Chlortetracycline, Doxycylene
Name 4 types of Cepnahosporins
Keflex, Celchor, Suprax, Maxipine possible kidney problems with these
Probenecid
Keeps kidneys busy so they do not metabolise the drug as quickly
Cepnahsporins
bacterocidal due to cell wall maintenence
Name 4 from the penicillin family
Amoxicillin, Carpencillin, Diperacillin, Methilillen