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Bugs and Drugs, MRSA, Pseudomonas, β-Lactams, Macrolides, Fluoroquinolones, Tetracyclines, Antibiotic Resistance, UTIs, Pneumonia, Infective Endocarditis, Biostatistics, and much more!
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Bugs and Drugs, Antimicrobial Toxicities, Clinical Microbiology, Fluoroquinolones, Core Antimicrobial Spectra, Mechanisms of Action, Antifungal Drugs, Urinary Tract Infections, and more!
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5 Facts About Learning Antibiotics
- Learning antibiotics is hard, because it requires a lot of memorization and there are many exceptions to every “rule”
- Learning antibiotics requires you to have an understanding of clinical microbiology and common pathogens
- It takes time to learn antibiotics, it’s not just something that can be mastered in a short time period. You have to be able to define and identify things before you can interpret and apply things.
- Having a diverse toolkit of resources to help you study will increase your chances for success
- Learning antibiotics is a continuous process. While it’s important to pass tests, almost any specialty in medicine needs to know about antibiotics to be a competent practitioner. You can’t escape it, so you might as well embrace it!
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