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One of the most challenging types of infections to treat are those by gram-negative enteric bacteria that produce Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamases (ESBLs). Which type of beta-lactam drug is structurally different enough to other beta-lactams to remain effective in treating most infections caused by this type of bacteria?

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SUGGESTIVE OF ... B.... EXTENDED SPECTRUM PENCILLINS.. LIKE.. ..... PIPERACILLIN.. . .....TICARCILLIN ....MEZLOCILLIN ... CARBENICILLIN

Obviously A

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Fourth generation Cephalosporin is first choice. If pooror no response Carbapenems.

Still penicillin is the drug of choice, but not using due to reaction possibility.

No , they are taking about ESBL 1st line is CARBEPENAM
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A. Carbapenems

A bcoz ESBL BACTERIA ARE E.COLI & KIB CARBEPENAM