André Martinelli by Mariane Rodrigues
Gram (-): less peptidoglycan, has an outer membrane, and porins
Gram (+): more peptidoglycan
Acid rez penicillins: have electron withdrawing acyl substituents (pen V and ampicillin)
Beta lactamase inhibitors:
- clavulanic acid
PBP = transpeptidase
Engage in Hypercramming mode.
Ug skipping the rest of exam 2, jumping to Exam 3. The one I scored the highest on. And by that, I mean almost a B
Macrolides are used for respiratory infections. I’m going to name my right lung Macrolide for the sake of remembering this.
Lincosamide (clindamycin) will be the left lung because it’s a cousin of Macrolides - same MOA and rez. But it also causes diarrhea.