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Journal July 2010 (Vol 32, No 7)

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Fluoroquinolones: Then and Now

1. The first fluoroquinolone to be approved for use in veterinary medicine was
2. What is the primary mechanism of action for fluoroquinolones?
3. Approximately 10% to 40% of enrofloxacin is metabolized to ________ in dogs.
4. ________ is a potential adverse effect of fluoroquinolone administration in cats, but not in dogs.
5. What is the recommended dosage of enrofloxacin in cats?
6. Fluoroquinolones are most effective against ________ bacteria.
7. ________ is metabolized via the glucuronidation pathway and therefore should not be used in cats.
8. The drug concentration defined as allowing no visible residual bacterial growth is known as the
9. What type of resistance, long thought to not occur with fluoroquinolones, has recently been discovered in clinical isolates?
10. In cats, retinal degeneration with fluoroquinolone use is associated with all of the following except
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