Antibiotics In The Emergency Department

James H. Bryan Kenneth C. Dirk Jonathan Jui

Introduction preg.na.ncy.EiskCategori.es

Medications,, that ..Should., .be. .Us,ed..W,it,h..,C,a,M,tion„ „or..,are...C,on,t,rain,d,ic,a,ted,., .in,. . Pregnancy

Ear/.Nose/Xhroat

Acute..Necrotizing..Ulceratiye, .Gingivitis ..(ANUG) Dental ..Infections/Periapical .,a,n,d.P,e,riodont,a,l..A,b,s,c,e,s,s,es Epiglottitis

Ludwig's, Angina

Otitis,..Externa

Otitis ..Media

Parotitis/Sialoadenitis

Sinusitis., . Acute

Tonsillitis/Pharyngitis

Blepharitis

ConiunctiyitisLAdult ..and,.C„h,ild,re,n

Coniunctiyilis-.„Ne,onata'

Cornea,l..Abras,ion

Gastrointestinal

Diverticulitis Gastroenteritis

Spontaneous,, .Bacterial. ..Peritonitis, JS.B.P)

Genitourinary..Jract..Infec.tions., (Excluding, .Sexually, ..T.r.ansmitted..,Dis.e.a.s.e.s) Cystitis

Endometritis

Epididymitis, ..And., Orchitis

Prostatitis—Acute

Prostatitis—Chronic

Pyelonephritis

Sterile ..Pyuria

Heart

Endocarditis.,,(Cu.!ture, Results, .Unavailable)

Endocarditis.,,Prophy!axis

Meningitis/Encephalitis Encephalitis

Meningitis

Occupational ..HIV ..Exposure

Parasites

Ascariasis

Giardiasis

Pinworms Scabies

Presurgical.Antibiotics

Append.icitis..(Not .Perforated) Bowel .Perforation/Peritonitis Cholecystitis/Cholangitis O,p,en,.F,ra,ct,u„r,e,s

Penetrating .AbdominalWounds Respiratory..Iract ..Infections

Bronchitis Pertussis

Pneumonia

PulmonaryTuberculosis Sepsis

Sexual Assault Prophylaxis

Sexually.Iransmitted. Disease ..Prophylaxis Pregnancy..Prophylaxis Sexually Transmitted .Diseases Female .Genital.. Infections Male.Genital Infections GeneraLGenitai ..Infections..iM,ale..,and., Female)

Skin...and..Soft..Jissue..lnfections Bites

Breast..Infections Cellulitis

Infected., Lacerations Necrotizing ..Fasciitis Fungal.. , Infections HerpesSimplex Herpes., Zoster, iShin.gles) Impetigo

Orb.itaUPo.sts.eRtal),, .and. ..Periorbital, ..(Preseptal),..Ce,llulitis varicell,a..Zoster..iChickenp,ox)

Tick-Borne., Diseases Lyme..Disease

Adyerse. .Effects., and, .Prescribing, .Hints Cephalosporins Erythromycins Metronidazole

Penicillins

Quinolones Tetracyclines

Trimetho,p,rim/Su,|fam,ethoxa,zole..(Imp/Sm,x)

Drug., Interactions

Ciprofloxacin-Norfloxacin

Erythromycin

Ke.to.c.o.naz.ole—F.fu.c,ona.zof.e—,!t,ra.co.n.az.ole

Rifampin

Warfarin .(Coumadin,)

Immunosuppressants

Anticonvulsants

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