Antibiotics are one of the most common modern modalities used to treat patients, and when utilized correctly are effective and life-saving. Unfortunately, clinicians may struggle with appropriate antibiotic selection, antibiotic bacterial coverage, and indications for antibiotic use. Focus on a review of the most common drug classes, spectrum of activity, and prescribing indications to improve patient and system outcomes and to aid with antibiotic resistance.
E. Monee’ Reed, DNP, RN, ACNP-BC; Associate Chair, Advanced Practice Nursing and Assistant Professor, AG-ACNP and DNP Programs, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, University of Texas at Arlington; Arlington TX and Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Pulmonary Critical Care/Intensivist-Inpatient, Dallas Pulmonary & Critical Care PA, Methodist Hospital System; Dallas TX
CE credit: 1.5 / Rx credit: 0.0
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