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PREFERRED THERAPIES: (additional pediatric-specific formulations appear in blue) Most Common
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Penicillins
Augmentin XR 2gm BID BPA, F3, $165/10days Allergy Drugs
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Macrolides
$11-$20/10 days Ketek 800mg daily B3, F3, H4, MPA $37-$75/10 days Zmax 2gm dailyx1 BPA, F3, H4, MPA, T3 $70/1d Tetracyclines
Sulfa Drugs
Cephalosporins
cefaclor monohydrate CR (g) 500mg $53/10d PREFERRED THERAPIES: (additional pediatric-specific formulations appear in blue) Most Common
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Cephalosporins 3rd Generation
Cedax 400mg daily BPA, FPA, H4, T3 (continued)
Quinolones
$16-$26/10days Factive 320mg daily BPA, FPA, H4, soln: 75mg/5ml B3, T3, H4, MPA, F3 Tindamax 2gmx1 BPA, F3, H4, MPA, T3 Allergy Drugs
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Anti-HerpeticsVaricella Zoster
20mg/kg/dose (max 800mg/dose) QID X5 days (≥2 yrs and ≤ 40kg) (Begin treatment within the PREFERRED THERAPIES: (additional pediatric-specific formulations appear in blue) Most Common
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labialis (fever blisters/cold sores) Influenza Antiviral
For the 2011-2012 influenza season, the CDC website should be consulted for the latest recommendations due to changing resistance patterns of the flu viruses. Allergy Drugs
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• First-Line Antibiotics:
-MedVentive routinely monitors the prescribing of 1st versus 2nd-line antibiotics across our network. The fol owing is a list of products considered 1st-line therapy: penicillin, amoxicillin, dicloxacillin, erythromycin, cephalexin, tetracycline, doxycycline, TMP-SMX, metronidazole, clindamycin.
Avoid cefadroxil (Duricef) use: similar spectrum of activity, at least 5X the cost of cephalexin.
Most episodes of sinusitis and acute bronchitis are viral in nature and resolve spontaneously without antimicrobial intervention.
-Initial treatment should be targeted at symptomatic relief (e.g., adequate hydration, decongestants, expectorants, analgesics, etc.) -Consider initiation of AB therapy in patients with ≥7 days of moderate persistent symptoms, or those with high fever and purulent discharge.
-Amoxicillin, TMP-SMX, doxycycline or erythromycin should be considered as 1st-line agents.
• First-line treatment of Community-acquired pneumonia:
- Uncomplicated pneumonia and no significant co-morbidities: azithromycin, clarithromycin XL or doxycycline. Fluoroquinolones should only be used in cases in which macrolide-resistant S. pneumoniae is suspected.
- Co-morbidities or recent antibiotic use: respiratory fluoroquinolone (levofloxacin 750mg daily, or moxifloxacin 400mg daily) for a minimum of five days or combination of beta-lactam and a macrolide or doxycycline.
If community associated methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is suspected, please refer to the guidelines issued by the CDC (September
2010) located at www.cdc.gov/mrsa for treatment recommendations.
• Quinolones:
-Should not be considered 1st-line treatment in the management of mild to moderate lower respiratory tract infections.
-Should be avoided in pregnant women or nursing mothers.
• Uncomplicated UTIs:
-Utilize TMP/SMX x 3 days as the regimen of 1st-choice.
-For sulfa-allergic patients, use nitrofurantoin or trimethoprim x 7 days.
• Influenza Antiviral Agents:
-All of the available antiviral agents decrease symptom duration by only 1-2 days when started within 48 hours of symptom onset.
-Head-to-head studies have not been conducted and evidence does not support superiority of one agent over another.
-Influenza vaccination, especially in patients at high-risk (e.g., patients with diabetes mellitus, airways disease, immunocompromised, etc.) for influenza related complications, remains the 1st-line of defense against influenza infection.
• General Antibiotic Prescribing Principles:
-Avoid antibiotic prescribing in infections deemed VIRAL in origin (e.g., colds, flu, acute bronchitis, etc.).
-Alert patients of the fact that unnecessary antibiotics can be harmful, exposing the patient to potential allergic reaction, adverse drug reactions/interactions and by promoting the emergence of resistant organisms in the community.
-Be confident in recommending OTC treatment options as primary therapy for symptomatic viral illnesses (e.g., analgesics, decongestants, cough -When prescribing antibiotics, select the narrowest-spectrum agents offering the required antimicrobial activity.
-Strive to employ simple laboratory/diagnostic techniques where practical in an effort to insure more targeted antimicrobial coverage.
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  • Anti-Infectives/ Endocarditis Prophylaxis
  • Contraceptives/ Emergency Contraception
  • Respiratory Agents/ Asthma Drug Therapy
  • Health Plan Prior Authorization Form
  • Source: http://www.bidpo.org/documents/Anti-Infectives.pdf

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