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ProteinTreasure

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Your suggestions please for quick and easy memorizing of the antibiotics, functions, generations, etc. Thank you.
 

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first aid is pretty high yield for it imo
 

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first aid is pretty high yield for it imo

Microbiology made ridiculously simple has a good section.

Unfortunately, until you see the drugs in use on daily basis learning them is a bit like trying to memorize a phonebook. Just keep hammering on it.
 

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Microbiology made ridiculously simple has a good section.

Unfortunately, until you see the drugs in use on daily basis learning them is a bit like trying to memorize a phonebook. Just keep hammering on it.
Yup, CMMRS was awesome for providing different ways to get the antibiotics straight -- like 1st vs 2nd vs 3rd vs 4th Gen Cephalosporins, All the things Metronidazole does, etc.
 

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I think I have an excel spreadsheet somewhere at home. PM me, and I can e-mail it to you if I have it. Also, Sanford guide is a pretty handy pocket sized antibiotic guide.
 

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Here's a few antibiotic tables I found on my computer. They were given to me by someone else, and I haven't looked at them since I was an MS2, so take them with a grain of salt. Please post any mistakes you find so everyone can benefit.
 

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