You are preparing to go into your 13 year old patients room that has been diagnosed with influenza. You need to make sure to grab everything before entering the room. Which medication do you need to grab to medicate this patient?


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- Acyclovir

- Vancomycin

- Tamiflu

- Ceftriaxone


Influenza is a viral infection and is treated with tamiflu. Chicken Pox (varicella) is a viral infection and is treated with acyclovir. Vancomycin and Ceftriaxone are antibiotics are not going to be helpful in treating this viral infection.

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