Q1. Assessment Description
Using the treatment guidelines, select an antimicrobial medication that interferes with the synthesis of the bacterial cell wall. Share the antibacterial spectrum and hints for monitoring, side effects, and drug interactions, including interactions with CAM. Discuss how you could integrate antibiotic resistance education with all patients for whom you prescribe an antibiotic. Discuss evidence and treatment guidelines to determine appropriate therapeutic options for a patient with an infectious disease. Include the name of the medication in the subject line so that the medications can be followed. Include references in APA format.
Identify a fungal infection and, using the treatment guidelines, select a medication to treat the fungal infection. Share the mechanism of action of this medication and hints for monitoring, side effects, and drug interactions, including interactions with CAM. Elaborate on one drug-drug interaction and devise a plan to clinically manage the interaction. Discuss evidence and treatment guidelines to determine appropriate therapeutic options for a patient with a fungal infection. Include the name of the medication in the subject line so that the medications can be followed. Include references in APA format.
Requirements: 250 words each question
attached are references that are unnacceptable and unnaceptable.
Refrrences cant be more than 5 years old
The drug works, limiting the growth and spread of the fungus candida. It is taken as a tablet, or a cream applied to the vaginal area as instructed by the physician (Amaral et al., 2019). To monitor drug application usage, patients should not rely on contraceptives to prevent pregnancy. Using Miconazole has several common side effects that some people may experience. These include; irritation, swelling, stinging effect, or pimple-like bumps. Miconazole interacts with over 270 drugs, such as ibuprofen, amoxicillin, 1 food/ alcohol, and 2 diseases. Terconazole is an antifungal drug that can be used in place of Miconazole.