Kucers' The Use of Antibiotics: A Clinical Review of Antibacterial, Antifungal and Antiviral Drugs

Editor: Grayson, M. Lindsay
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: CRC Press

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ISBN: 978-1-49-874795-0
Category: Health & Medicine - Pharmaceutical Science
Image Count: 834
Book Status: Available
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Kucers The Use of Antibiotics is the definitive, internationally-authored reference, providing everything that the infectious diseases specialist and prescriber needs to know about antimicrobials in this vast and rapidly developing field. The much-expanded Seventh Edition covers all new and existing therapies, and emerging drugs not yet fully licensed.

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Table of Contents

  • Contributors
  • Foreword to the 7th Edition
  • Foreword to the 6th Edition
  • Obituary
  • Hail the Greats
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • VOLUME 1
  • Section 1 INTRODUCTION
  • 1 Principles of Antimicrobial Use
  • 2 Use of Critically Important Antimicrobials in Food Production
  • Section 2 ANTIBIOTICS
  • PART 2:1 PENICILLINS AND RELATED DRUGS
  • 3 Benzylpenicillin (Penicillin G)
  • 4 Phenoxypenicillins
  • 5 Ampicillin and Amoxicillin
  • 6 Methicillin
  • 7 Isoxazolyl Penicillins: Oxacillin, Cloxacillin, Dicloxacillin, and Flucloxacillin
  • 8 Nafcillin
  • 9 Carbenicillin, Carindacillin, Carfecillin, and Ticarcillin
  • 10 Mezlocillin, Azlocillin, Apalcillin, and Piperacillin
  • 11 Mecillinam (Amdinocillin) and Pivmecillinam
  • 12 Temocillin
  • 13 Beta-Lactamase Inhibitors
  • 14 Amoxicillin–Clavulanic Acid
  • 15 Ampicillin–Sulbactam
  • 16 Ticarcillin–Clavulanic Acid
  • 17 Piperacillin–Tazobactam
  • PART 2:2 CEPHALOSPORINS AND RELATED DRUGS
  • 18 Cephalothin and Cefazolin
  • 19 Cephalexin
  • 20 Cephadroxil, Cephaloridine, Cephacetrile, Cephapirin, Cephradine, and Other Rarely Used First-Generation Cephalosporins
  • 21 Cefaclor, Cefprozil, and Loracarbef
  • 22 Cefuroxime
  • 23 Cefotiam, Cefuzonam, Cefamandole, Cefonicid, and Ceforanide
  • 24 Cefoxitin, Cefotetan, and Other Cephamycins
  • 25 Cefoperazone and Cefoperazone–Sulbactam
  • 26 Cefotaxime
  • 27 Ceftriaxone
  • 28 Ceftizoxime, Cefdinir, Cefditoren, Cefpodoxime, Ceftibuten, Cefsulodin, and Cefpiramide
  • 29 Cefixime
  • 30 Ceftazidime and Ceftazidime–Avibactam
  • 31 Cefepime, Cefpirome, and Cefepime–Tazobactam
  • 32 Ceftaroline and Ceftaroline–Avibactam
  • 33 Ceftobiprole
  • 34 Ceftolozane–Tazobactam
  • 35 Aztreonam and Aztreonam–Avibactam
  • 36 Cefiderocol (S-649266)
  • PART 2:3 CARBAPENEMS
  • 37 Imipenem–Cilastatin and Imipenem–Relebactam
  • 38 Meropenem and Meropenem–Vaborbactam
  • 39 Doripenem
  • 40 Ertapenem
  • 41 Faropenem
  • 42 Biapenem, Ritipenem, Panipenem, and Sulopenem
  • PART 2:4 GLYCOPEPTIDES AND LIPOPEPTIDES
  • 43 Vancomycin
  • 44 Teicoplanin
  • 45 Daptomycin
  • 46 Oritavancin
  • 47 Dalbavancin
  • 48 Telavancin
  • 49 Ramoplanin
  • 50 Surotomycin
  • PART 2:5 AMINOGLYCOSIDES
  • 51 Kanamycin
  • 52 Gentamicin
  • 53 Tobramycin
  • 54 Amikacin
  • 55 Sisomicin and Netilmicin
  • 56 Isepamicin
  • 57 Neomycin
  • 58 Plazomicin
  • PART 2:6 MACROLIDES AND KETOLIDES
  • 59 Erythromycin
  • 60 Roxithromycin
  • 61 Clarithromycin
  • 62 Azithromycin
  • 63 Josamycin and Rosaramicin
  • 64 Telithromycin
  • 65 Cethromycin
  • 66 Solithromycin
  • PART 2:7 TETRACYCLINES AND RELATED DRUGS
  • 67 Tetracycline
  • 68 Doxycycline
  • 69 Minocycline
  • 70 Tigecycline
  • 71 Omadacycline
  • 72 Eravacycline
  • PART 2:8 OTHER ANTIBIOTICS
  • 73 Linezolid
  • 74 Cadazolid
  • 75 Radezolid
  • 76 Tedizolid
  • 77 Quinupristin–Dalfopristin
  • 78 Pristinamycin
  • 79 Fosfomycin
  • 80 Fusidate Sodium
  • 81 Polymyxins
  • 82 Novobiocin
  • 83 Bacitracin and Gramicidin
  • 84 Mupirocin
  • 85 Clindamycin and Lincomycin
  • 86 Chloramphenicol and Thiamphenicol
  • 87 Spectinomycin
  • 88 Fidaxomicin
  • 89 Lefamulin
  • 90 Retapamulin
  • PART 2:9 ANTIFOLATE AGENTS AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ANTIBACTERIALS
  • 91 Sulfonamides
  • 92 Trimethoprim and Trimethoprim–Sulfamethoxazole (Cotrimoxazole)
  • 93 Pyrimethamine
  • 94 Dapsone
  • 95 Trimetrexate
  • 96 Iclaprim
  • 97 Nitrofurans: Nitrofurazone, Furazidine, and Nitrofurantoin
  • 98 Methenamine Mandelate and Methenamine Hippurate
  • PART 2:10 NITROIMIDAZOLES
  • 99 Metronidazole
  • 100 Tinidazole
  • PART 2:11 QUINOLONES AND FLUOROQUINOLONES
  • 2:11A NEW AND COMMONLY USED FLUOROQUINOLONES
  • 101 Ciprofloxacin
  • 102 Norfloxacin
  • 103 Ofloxacin
  • 104 Levofloxacin
  • 105 Moxifloxacin
  • 106 Gemifloxacin
  • 107 Sitafloxacin
  • 108 Delafloxacin
  • 109 Finafloxacin
  • 110 Prulifloxacin/Ulifloxacin
  • 111 Avarofloxacin, Nemonoxacin, and Zabofloxacin
  • 2:11B OLDER, RARELY USED QUINOLONES AND FLUOROQUINOLONES
  • 112 Enoxacin
  • 113 Fleroxacin
  • 114 Garenoxacin
  • 115 Gatifloxacin
  • 116 Lomefloxacin
  • 117 Nalidixic Acid and Other Quinolones
  • 118 Pefloxacin
  • 119 Rufloxacin
  • 120 Sparfloxacin
  • 121 Tosufloxacin
  • 122 Discontinued Fluoroquinolones
  • PART 2:12 ANTI-TUBERCULOUS DRUGS
  • 123 Isoniazid
  • 124 Ethambutol
  • 125 Pyrazinamide
  • 126 Rifampicin (Rifampin)
  • 127 Rifabutin
  • 128 Rifaximin
  • 129 Rifapentine
  • 130 Streptomycin
  • 131 para-Aminosalicylic Acid (PAS)
  • 132 Ethionamide and Prothionamide
  • 133 Thiacetazone
  • 134 Capreomycin
  • 135 Cycloserine and Terizidone
  • 136 Viomycin
  • 137 Clofazimine
  • 138 Bedaquiline
  • 139 Delamanid and Pretomanid
  • 140 Sutezolid
  • Section 3 ANTIFUNGAL DRUGS
  • PART 3:1 POLYENES
  • 141 Amphotericin B Deoxycholate
  • 142 Liposomal Amphotericin B
  • 143 Amphotericin B Lipid Complex (ABLC)
  • 144 Nystatin
  • 145 Natamycin
  • PART 3:2 ECHINOCANDINS
  • 146 Caspofungin
  • 147 Micafungin
  • 148 Anidulafungin
  • PART 3:3 ALLYLAMINES AND BENZYLAMINE DERIVATIVES
  • 149 Terbinafine
  • 150 Butenafine
  • 151 Naftifine
  • PART 3:4 SYSTEMIC AZOLES
  • 152 Ketoconazole
  • 153 Fluconazole
  • 154 Itraconazole
  • 155 Miconazole
  • 156 Voriconazole
  • 157 Posaconazole
  • 158 Isavuconazole
  • 159 Albaconazole
  • 160 Ravuconazole
  • PART 3:5 TOPICAL AZOLES
  • 161 Topical Azoles
  • PART 3:6 TOPICAL AGENTS—THIOCARBOMATES, HYDROXYPYRIDONES, AND MORPHOLINE
  • 162 Tolnaftate
  • 163 Amorolfine
  • 164 Ciclopirox
  • 165 Rilopirox
  • PART 3:7 OTHER ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS
  • 166 Flucytosine (5-Fluorocytosine; 5-FC)
  • 167 Griseofulvin
  • 168 Haloprogin
  • VOLUME 3
  • Section 4 ANTIPARASITIC DRUGS
  • PART 4:1 ANTI-MALARIAL DRUGS
  • 169 Artemisinins
  • 170 Artesunate
  • 171 Artemether–Lumefantrine
  • 172 Dihydroartemisinin–Piperaquine
  • 173 Pyronaridine–Artesunate
  • 174 Artemisinin–Naphthoquine
  • 175 Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine
  • 176 Amodiaquine
  • 177 Quinine and Quinidine
  • 178 Mefloquine
  • 179 Halofantrine
  • 180 Primaquine
  • 181 Tafenoquine
  • 182 Atovaquone
  • 183 Proguanil and Chlorproguanil
  • 184 Atovaquone–Proguanil
  • PART 4:2 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST INTESTINAL AND EXTRA-INTESTINAL PROTOZOA
  • 185 Paromomycin
  • 186 Nitazoxanide
  • 187 Spiramycin
  • 188 Fumagillin
  • 189 Furazolidone (Furazolidine)
  • 190 Diloxanide Furoate
  • 191 Iodoquinol and Quinacrine
  • PART 4:3 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST AMERICAN TRYPANOSOMIASIS
  • 192 Benznidazole
  • 193 Nifurtimox
  • PART 4:4 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST AFRICAN TRYPANOSOMIASIS
  • 194 Suramin
  • 195 Melarsoprol
  • 196 Eflornithine
  • PART 4:5 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST LEISHMANIA AND OTHER PATHOGENS
  • 197 Pentamidine
  • 198 Antimonial Agents
  • 199 Miltefosine
  • PART 4:6 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST HELMINTHS
  • 200 Albendazole
  • 201 Mebendazole
  • 202 Thiabendazole and Flubendazole
  • 203 Triclabendazole
  • 204 Ivermectin and Moxidectin
  • 205 Diethylcarbamazine
  • 206 Pyrantel and Oxantel Pamoate
  • 207 Praziquantel
  • 208 Oxamniquine and Metrifonate
  • 209 Niclosamide
  • PART 4:7 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST ECTOPARASITES
  • 210 Permethrin
  • 211 Lindane and Malathion
  • 212 Crotamiton
  • Section 5 ANTIVIRAL DRUGS
  • PART 5:1 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST HERPESVIRUSES
  • 213 Aciclovir and Valaciclovir
  • 214 Famciclovir and Penciclovir
  • 215 Ganciclovir and Valganciclovir
  • 216 Cidofovir and Brincidofovir
  • 217 Brivudin
  • 218 Discontinued Herpesvirus Agent: Vidarabine
  • 219 Foscarnet
  • 220 Letermovir
  • 221 Trifluridine (Trifluorothymidine)
  • 222 Idoxuridine
  • 223 Maribavir
  • 224 Fomivirsen
  • PART 5:2 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS
  • 5:2A NUCLEOSIDE REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE INHIBITORS
  • 225 Zidovudine
  • 226 Didanosine
  • 227 Zalcitabine
  • 228 Lamivudine
  • 229 Stavudine
  • 230 Abacavir
  • 231 Emtricitabine
  • 232 Tenofovir
  • 233 Amdoxovir
  • 234 Apricitabine
  • 5:2B NONNUCLEOSIDE REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE INHIBITORS
  • 235 Nevirapine
  • 236 Efavirenz
  • 237 Delavirdine
  • 238 Etravirine
  • 239 Rilpivirine
  • 5:2C INHIBITORS OF HIV PROTEASE
  • 240 Saquinavir
  • 241 Indinavir
  • 242 Nelfinavir
  • 243 Lopinavir
  • 244 Fosamprenavir
  • 245 Darunavir
  • 246 Atazanavir
  • 247 Tipranavir
  • 248 Ritonavir and Cobicistat
  • 5:2D INTEGRASE INHIBITORS
  • 249 Raltegravir
  • 250 Elvitegravir
  • 251 Dolutegravir
  • 5:2E OTHER ANTI-HIV AGENTS
  • 252 Enfuvirtide
  • 253 Maraviroc
  • PART 5:3 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST HEPATITIS VIRUSES
  • 254 Entecavir
  • 255 Adefovir Dipivoxil
  • 256 Telbivudine
  • 257 Discontinued Hepatitis Agents: Torcitabine and Valtorcitabine
  • 258 Discontinued Hepatitis Agent: Clevudine
  • 259 Ribavirin
  • 260 Interferon Alpha
  • 261 Protease, Polymerase and Assembly Inhibitors for the Treatment of Hepatitis C Virus Infection
  • 262 Sofosbuvir Combined with Ledipasvir, Daclatasvir, or Other Drugs
  • 263 Ombitasvir Combined with Paritaprevir, Dasabuvir, or Other Drugs
  • 264 Grazoprevir Combined with Elbasvir or Other Drugs
  • PART 5:4 AGENTS ACTIVE AGAINST INFLUENZA VIRUSES
  • 265 Amantadine and Rimantadine
  • 266 Zanamivir, Laninamivir, and Polyvalent Zanamivir Conjugates
  • 267 Oseltamivir
  • 268 Peramivir
  • PART 5:5 INVESTIGATIONAL ANTIVIRAL DRUGS
  • 269 Investigational Antiviral Drugs