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A patient is diagnosed with an infection attributable to the gram-negative microorganism Pseudomonas. Which of the following anti-infective agents is most reliable in treating this microorganism?
A)Aminoglycoside
B)Antifungal
C)Aminopenicillin
D)GABA analog
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Aminoglycosides are used to treat infections caused by gram-negative microorganisms, such as Pseudomonas. Antifungal and aminopenicillin agents are not used to treat Pseudomonas. A GABA analog is used to treat pain related to neuropathy.

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