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1

How would you treat TB?

RIPE - rifampicin, isoniazide, pyrazinamide, ethanbutol

All for first 2 months and then RI for extra 4 months

2

How would you treat a UTI?

Nitrofurantoin or Trimethoprim

Uncomplicated - trimethoprim 3 days

complicated - trimethoprim or nitrofurantoin 5 days

3

How would you treat meningitis?

Vancomycin or ceftriaxone

4

How would you treat C.difficile?

Vancomycin or metronidazole

5

How would you treat legionnaires?

Floxacillin

6

How would you treat atypical pneumonias?

Tetracyclines

7

In penicillin allergies, what drug type would you use insteaD?

Tetracyclines

8

How do you treat pyelonephritis?

Co-amoxiclav 14 day course

9

How do you treat community and hospital acquired pneumonias?

Community - penicillin

Hospital - co-amoxiclav

10

How do you treat malaria

quinine for p falciparum

Chloroquine for other species

11

How do you treat enteric fever?

ceftriaxone for 1-2 weeks

12

How do you treat brucellosis?

doxycycline and rifampicin

13

How do you treat H pylori??

Clarithromycin and amoxicillin and Omeprazole 1 week

14

Chlamydia

doxycycline

15

gonorrhoea

ceftriaxone + azithromycin

16

herpes

aciclovir

17

syphillis

penicillin

18

genital warts

vaccine. Clears by itself

19

trichomonas vaginalis

metronidazole

20

vulvovaginal candidiasis

nystatin or fluconazole

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bacterial vaginosis

metronidazole

22

PID

ceftriaxone, metronidazole, doxycycline