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Created by: maxck1012 on January 6, 2011

Subjects:

microbiology, antibiotics

Description: Test Thursday on Antibiotics


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Flashcards: Antibiotics Test - Sheridan

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Bactericidal drug
Only one tube inhibits the bacteria when tested.
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Bactericidal drug Bacteristatic drug 5 Mechanisms of Action for Antibiotics 6 Criteria for Drugs

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Only one tube inhibits the bacteria when tested. More than one tube shows inhibition when tested. 1) Inhibit cell wall 2) Inhibit protein 3) Interefere w/ membranes 4) Interfere w/nucleic acid 5) Interfere / enzyme 1) Selective toxicity 2) No immune response 3) No resistance 4) Site reached 5) Not neutralized quickly 6) Minimal effects on flora Process used to make test tubes with different concentrations of antibiotic A drug that only affects bacteria Minimal Inhibitory Concentration; lowest concentration of an antibiotic capable of preventing growth Minimal Bactericidal Concentration; lowest concentration of antibiotic required to kill bacteria Type of bacterial infection that can occur from the use of antibiotics; Diarrhea Part of our cells that could be affected by antibiotics that interfere with protein synthesis Enhancing a drug's therapeutic results by combining it with another drug. A drug that loses its effect when added with another drug Type of contraception that can have reduced effectiveness when on anitbiotics Allergic reactions Ability to withstand something All members of the penicillin family have this piece that makes the drug work. Chemical sometimes added to penicillin to inactivate penicillinase Enzyme that protects you from bacterial infection in eyes and ears

Serial Dilution Selectively toxic MIC

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Clostridium difficile Mitochondria

Synergy Antagonism Birth Control Pills Hypersensitivity Resistant Beta-lactam ring Clavulanic acid Lysozyme

Bacitracin Salvarsan Zone of Inhibition Kirby Bauer Fleming Narrow Spectrum Superinfection Yeast infection Aplastic anemia Staphylococcus aureus Broad spectrum -cidal Susceptible UTI

Antibiotic produced by B. subtilis Arsenic compound that proved highly effective in treating syphilis The clear area around the antibiotic disk A method of determining antibiotic susceptibility Discovered penicillin Antibiotic that affects a small group of bacteria Infection with a resistant organism Common side effect of antibiotics in women Bone marrow stops producing red blood cells A bacteria that has developed resistance to almost all antibiotics Antibiotic that affects a wide range of bacteria Suffix that means "kill" Affected by something Urinary Tract Infection; bacterial infection in the urethra

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1. Clostridium difficile Type of bacterial infection that can occur from the use of antibiotics; Diarrhea - 2 misses

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Mitochondria Part of our cells that could be affected by antibiotics that interfere with protein synthesis - 2 misses

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Staphylococcus aureus A bacteria that has developed resistance to almost all antibiotics - 1 miss Antagonism A drug that loses its effect when added with another drug - 1 miss Hypersensitivity Allergic reactions - 1 miss Salvarsan Arsenic compound that proved highly effective in treating syphilis - 1 miss Bacitracin Antibiotic produced by B. subtilis - 1 miss

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