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Thryssa Johanna B.

Cardenas 2F-PH

Questions on CLINDAMYCIN

1. What type of antibiotic is Clindamycin? a. Macrolide b. Beta-lactams c. Lincosamide d. Tetracycline Answer: C. Lincosamide 2. The following are infections treated by Clindamycin except: a. Acne b. Fever c. Dental Infections d. Peritonitis Answer: B. Fever 3. Clindamycin disrupts protein synthesis by interfering with __________________. a. Transpeptidation reaction b. Opsonization reaction c. Ligation reaction d. Transesterification reaction Answer: A. Transpeptidation reaction 4. What type of bacteria does clindamycin treat? a. Aerobes b. Microaerophilic c. Capnophilic d. Anaerobes Answer: D. Anaerobes 5. Resistant bacteria for Clindamycin: a. Morganella b. Proteus c. Legionella d. Yersinia Answer: C. Legionella

Kimberly T. Victoriano 2F- PH 1. What is the common opportunistic infection of HIV? A. Pneumocytosis jiroveci B. Streptococcus Pneumoniae C. Salmonella Shigella D. Moraxella catarrhalis 2. TRIMETHOPRIM disrupts the production of what folic acid? A. Tetrahydrofolic acid B. Dihydrofolic acid C. Methenyltetrahydrofolic acid D. A, B, and C 3. What is the ingredients of Co-Trimoxazole? A. trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole B. Streptomycin and Ertapenem C. Cefditoren, Furazolidone and Doxycycline D. None of the above 4. What is the most po pular brand of Co-Trimoxazole? A. Salvarsan B. Dynapen C. Bactrim D. Cleocin 5. What is Tetrahydrofolic acid ? A. Folate synthesis inhibition. B. Binds to the bacterial 30S ribosomal subunit. C. Cofactor in metabolism of amino acids and nucleic acids. D Produces toxic free radicals that disrupt DNA and protein.

Genevieve Cheung Erythromycin 1. Erythromycin is a macrolide antibiotic that has an antimicrobial spectrum similar to or slightly wider than that ofpenicillin, and is often used for people who have an ________ to penicillins. A. Allergy B. Hypersensitivity C. Anaphylaxis 2. The product was launched commercially in 1952 under the brand name Ilosone (after the ________ region of Iloilo where it was originally collected from). A. USA B. Philippines C. Papua New Guinea 3. Erythromycin is not recommended when using ________ containing products, even topical products such as Duac or BenzaClin. A. Chloramphenicol B. Doxycycline C. Clindamycin 4. Erythromycin interferes with aminoacyl translocation, preventing the transfer of the tRNA bound at the ________ of the rRNA complex to the P site of the rRNA complex. A. Cell nucleus B. Mitochondrion C. Ribosome 5. Cholestasis, ________, and toxic epidermal necrolysis are some other rare side-effects that may occur. A. Psoriasis B. Systemic lupus erythematosus C. StevensJohnson syndrome

Ciela Kadeshka A. Fuentes 2FPh

Cefuroxime

1. What is the mechanism of action of cefuroxime? A. Inhibits bacterial cell wall synthesis B. Inhibits reuptake of the neurotransmitter serotonin at the synapse C. Inhibits RNA messenger synthesis D. Links to 30 S subunit of bacterial ribosome E. Suppresses the production of prostaglandins and thromboxanes

2. Cefuroxime is classified as ____________ A. Tetracycline B. Cephalosporin C. Aminoglycoside D. Macrolides E. Quinolones

3. Cefuroxime stops the growth of bacteria. It works for colds, flu, and other viral infections. A. Both statements are true B. Both statements are false C. Only the first statement is true D. Only the second statement is true

4. Cefuroxime is used to treat ______ A. Bronchitis B. Lyme disease C. Tonsillitis D. A, B, & C E. A & B

5. Susceptible organisms for Cefuroxime A. Borrelia burgdorferi B. Escherichia coli C. Moraxella catarrhalis D. Neisseria gonorrhea E. All of the above

Michael Cuevas 2F-Ph Chloramphenicol

1. Chloramphenicol was derived from which bacterium? a. Streptomyces aureofaciens b. Neisseria gonorrhoeae c. Streptomyces venezuelae d. Neisseria meningitides 2. In which DNA/RNA process does the drug, Chloramphenicol, takes its action? a. Translation-RNA to Proteins b. Transcription-DNA to RNA c. Replication- DNA to DNA d. Reverse Transcription- RNA to DNA 3. To which part of the cell does Chloramphenicol bind for its action to take place a. 50S ribosomal subunit b. 70S ribosome c. 30S ribosomal subunit d. 80S ribosome 4. Chloramphenicol is used against these bacteria, except: a. Salmonella typhi b. Haemophilus influenza c. Streptococcus pneumonia d. Treponema pallidum 5. These are all Chloramphenicol resistance mechanisms except for: a. There is reduced membrane permeability b. mutation of the 50S ribosomal subunit c. elaboration and production of the enzyme chloramphenicol acetyltransferase d. recognition of the drug by the cell receptors preventing its entry to the cell

Elijin Dai ANTIBIOTICS AMIKACIN QUESTIONS 1. What category does Amikacin belong to in terms of pregancy? A. A B. B C. C D. D 2. What is Amikacins mechanism of action? A. Inhibits Vit. K reductase B. Protein Biosynthesis C. Anti-inflammatory D. Decreases hyperglycemia 3. Amikacin works by binding to the bacterial 50S ribosomal subunit, causing misreading of mRNA and leaving the bacterium unable to synthesize proteins vital to its growth. A. True B. False 4. What type of antibiotic is Amikacin A. Ansamycin B. Cephalosphorin C. Aminoglycoside D. Glycopeptide 5. Besides Mycobacterium tuberculosis, what is another bacteria that is resistant to Amikacin? A. Staphylococcus aureus B. Pseudomonas aeruginosa C. Escherichia coli D. Shigella salmonella

Meah G. Pacheco

2FPH

QUESTIONS: 1. What does Co-amoxiclac inhibits, preventing the cross-linking of bacterial cell wall? a. B-Lactamase b. transpeptidase c. Glycopeptides d. enoyl reductase 2. It results to antibiotic with increased spectrum of action and restored efficacy against amoxicillin resistant bacteria. a. Amoxicillin trihydrate b. B-lactam antibiotic c. Potassium Clavulanate d. B-lactamase inhibitor 3. Which is not treated by co-amoxiclav? a. Klebsiella Pneumoniae b. Myobacterium avium c. Enterobacter Clocae d. E. Coli 4. Co-amoxiclav is not efficacious against what organism? a. Klebsiella Pneumoniae b. Myobacterium avium c. Enterobacter Clocae d. Pseudomonas Aerigunosa 5. Clavulanic acid was isolated from what organism? a. Streptomyces Clavuligerus b. Staphylomyces Clavuligerus c. Staphylococcus Aureus d. Klebsiella species

5 BABARAN, Joshua Erin B. RUE OR FALSE: 2F-Pharmacy

1.Tretinoin is a derivative of vitamin B

2.It triggers the rapid growth of cells.

3.The bacteria that causes pimples is Propionibacterium acnes

4.One of the ingredients of tretinoin is isopropyl alcohol

5.When you pop a pimple, it spreads.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

False True True False True

Patricia Feliciano 1. Which is not an available dosage form of fusic acid a. Cream b. Ointment c. Water soluble salt d. Capsule 2. Fusic acid is resistant because a. It is hydrophobic in nature b. It is readily acquired when used alone 3. Fusic acid is used primarily against a. S. aureus b. Salmonella shigella c. E.coli 4. Fusic acid is active against a. Penicillin-resistant S. aureus b. MRSA c. Both 5. Its mode of action is? a. Stop growth of a certain bacteria b. Reduce redness c. Irritates the skin sores d. A&B

Christopher Azarraga 1. What subgroup does meropenem belong a. Carbapenem b. Metapenem c. Alphapenem d. Penipenem 2. How does meropenem fight bacteria a. Destroying the nucleus b. Inhibits cell wall formation c. Strengthens white blood cells d. Hydrolyzes cell wall formation 3. Bacteria resistance to meropenem a. Pseudomonas aeruginosa b. Proteus species c. Senotrophomonas maltophili d. All of the above 4. Bacteriostatic to what organism a. Klebsiella pneumonia b. Enterobacter spp. c. Streptococcus spp. d. Against Listeria monocytogenes

Angelo, Mary Grace 1. The following has mupiricin as its generic ingredient except a. Bactorban b. Centany c. Betnovate d. Turixin 2. Mupirocin is primarily effective against gram-negative bacteria a. True b. False 3. Mupirocin is _____ at low concentration a. Bacteriostatic b. Bactericidal c. Both A&B 4. Mupirocin has no problem of anti-biotic resistance a. TRUE b. FALSE 5. The following are ingredients of Mupirocin except: a. Propylene glycol b. Ethyl Alcohol c. Oleyn alcohol d. Propylene glycol monostrearate

Martin Hernandez 2F Pharmacy 1. Gentamicin is administered by A. Orally B. Topical C. Intramuscular D. All of the above 2. All are true about gentamicin except A. Heat unstable B. Used to treat infections caused by gram positive bacteria C. Both are true D. Both are false 3. Common side effect of gentamicin include A. Loss of balance B. Unsteady vision C. Ringing in ears D. All are true 4. Gentamicin cannot be used to all gram negative organism because of the risk that the patient may suffer from the lipid A endotoxin shock A. yes B. no 5. Gentamicin is not used in what bacteria A. Legionella pneumophila B. Neisseria meningitidis C. Both a and b D. None of the above

Jedidiah Renee M. Mariano __________ 1.) Ceftazidime belongs to what classification of antibiotics? a.) Aminoglcosides b.) Cephalosporins c.) Macrolides d.) Quinolones __________ 2.) Ceftazidime is against what organism? a.) Bacillus pertussis b) Clostridium sporogenes c.) Pseudomonas Aeruginosa d.) Salmonella enterica __________ 3.) Ceftazidime is first line treatment for what rare tropical infection? a.) Diphtheria b.) Melioidosis c.) Meningitis d.) Peritonitis __________ 4.) Route of administration of Ceftazidime? a.) Intradermal b.) Intramuscular c.) Intravenous d.) Both B & C __________ 5.) Most known drug brand of Ceftazidime in the Philippines? a.) Aerum b.) Cefzim c.) Fortum d.) Fortaz