You'll get there! You have plenty of time to learn. You'll start to see patterns pretty quickly and eventually fill in knowledge and understanding of why that antibiotic is the right one. If you're ever unsure...use your local hospital's antibiogram/empiric treatment guide (mine has one for both inpatient and outpatient management!) and/or uptodate.Thank you! It just seems really intimidating
Personally, I start with Rocephin for everything in the hospital. But if you want some guide for common things:What is a good guide for learning antibiotics? I want to learn an intuitive way to prescribe antibiotics for different conditions, not just memorize. (I'm a student) What are your suggestions?