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major side effect of penicillins and cephalosporins
two major side effects of aminoglycosides are _____ and ______
Enrofloxacin and Ciprofloxacin belong to what class?
High doses of nucleic acid agents cause _____ in cats
Mystatin and Griseofulvin are used to treat _______ mycotic infections
most common class of antibiotic used in vet medicine is _____
Clavomox, which is Amoxicillin + clavulonic acid, is what type of penicillin?
This class is falling out of favor due to increased incidence of resistance to them
Commonly used in lg animals to treat superficial skin wounds
Nystatin is a topical antifungal used to treat superficial ____ infections
The safest type of antibiotic for use in animals are those that attack the ____ ____
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca, allergies, kidney damage, and photosensitivity are side effects of what class?
what produces beta lactamase?
Oral aminoglycosides are made to stay in the ______ as they are very toxic if absorbed
Are tetracyclines static or cidal
Penicillins cause fatal _____ in pocket pets
sulfonamides are static or cidal
Aminoglycosides are used to treat Gram ____ bacteria
General antibiotic class useful for dental infections because it works against anaerobes and aerobes
Why are neomycin, polymyxin B, and bacitracin A primarily used topically?
Due to them precipitating out in the kidneys, animals on sulfonamides should ALWAYS have access to _____
Nephrotoxicity and ototoxicity are side effects or aminoglycosides; which of these is IRREVERSIBLE?
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potentiated sulfonamides are static or cidal
broad-spectrum drugs treat A) Gram + B) Gram - C) both D) one or the other
This tetracycline s used to treat lyme disease in dogs
Rickettsial diseases are treated with which type of antibiotics?
Amphotercin B and Imidazoles are used to treat ____ mycotic infections
narrow-spectrum drugs treat A) Gram + B) Gram - C) both D) one or the other
Tetracyclines have two major side effects, discoloration of tooth enamel and slowing of ____ ________
Should most oral penicillins be given on a full or empty stomach?
Triple antibiotic ointment contains bacitracin A, neomycin, and _____
Group used to treat pneumonia in young foals, can give urine, sweat, and tears a reddish color
As the generation number of cephalosporins increases, they are more effective against ______
This broad-spectrum class of drugs kills bacteria by inhibiting DNA function
Penicillins are excreted by the kidneys, making them very useful in treating what?
If a strain of bacteria becomes resistant to one type of penicillin, it is resistant to all types, as well as cephalosporins; what is this phenomenon called?
These antibiotics work more effectively and on both Gram + and gram - bacteria due to being combined with another drug
This can cross the blood-brain barrier
Sulfonamides are available in how many synthetic types?
Name one first-generation Cephalosporin
The suffix for drugs that kill microrganisms is _____
An antiviral drug used to treat feline herpes in the eye
What is a potentiated penicillin?
sulfonamides are the drug of choice for _______ infections
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_______ should not be given orally with dairy products, iron supplememnts, or kaolin, pectin, and bismuth
Major side effect of chloramphenicol in humans, and the reason it is NEVER used in food animals
Ceftiofur is a _____ generation cephalosporin
Improper selection and bacterial mutation can lead to antimicrobial _____
What finishes off an organism treated with a bacteriostatic drug?
Group used to treat diarrhea in small animals, kills both anaerobes and protozoa
Oxytetracycline is frequently used in what species?
coccidia and toxoplasma are ______ organisma
an antiviral drug used to treat herpes in the eye as well as FeLV
The most powerful class of antimicrobial is ______
The following penicillins, Oxacillin, Floxacillin, Cloxacillin, and Dicloxacillin; kill what bacteria?
natural penicillin G is given only by ____ because _____ ______ inactivate it.no comma or punctuation between words
Erythromycin and Tylosin are _______
The suffix for drugs that inhibitl microbial replication is _____
Quinolones harm developing _____ _____ in dogs, therefore do not use in young or growing dogs.
Gentamycin, Amikacin, Kanamycin, Tobramycin, Neomycin, Streptomycin, and Dihydrostreptomycin belong to what class?
Are aminoglycosides static or cidal?
What suffix do all of the beta lactamse resistant peicillins have
____ ______ is used as a topical treatment for ringworm, available as a dip or shampoo, smells bad, and has to dry on
This is the most toxic aminoglycoside and is used mostly in topicals
This drug is metabolized in the liver, which is difficult for cats; therefore must be used with caution in them

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