. The first way to protect yourself from contracting an infection is to avoid contact with the bacteria or virus. This pharmacology anti-infectives quiz is aimed at providing you with valuable information regarding infections and their prevention. The quiz covers various aspects of preventing, diagnosing, and curing the infection. Antibiotics are the most anti-infective drugs. Play this quiz to know more. If you find the quiz helpful, do share it with others. All the best!
Eat one hour before taking or two hours after eating.
Wear protective clothing when out in the sun
Rinse for 2-3 minutes before spitting/swallowing
If allergic to penicillin, be watchful for rash and swelling.
Do not give with milk or milk products or antacids
Do not give during last half of pregnancy or under 8 years of age
Teach patient to avoid excessive sun/ultraviolet light and wear protective clothing.
Advise female patients to use nonhormonal contraception
Monitor for anaphylaxis
Give IM injections into large muscle to decrease pain
Monitor for angioedema
Monitor for hallucination.
Wash his hands with soap and water.
Use the hand gel that kills germs.
Not wear gloves when within 3 feet of Larry
Enter the room with a face shield on.
Reporting tendon pain.
May cause angioedema
Contraception may need to be altered.
Monitor for easy bruising
Use a bleach based hand wash and cleaning detergent
Long exposure to broad based antibiotics
Clean and Service infected materials
Culture and Sensitivity for microbes
Cut and Suture cleanly in surgery
Coat and Stop infections
After antibiotic infusion
During antibiotic infusion
Before antibiotic infusion
None of the above
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