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Pregna ncy Ri s k Fa ctorD Pregna ncy Cons i dera ti ons Benzodi a zepi nes ha ve the potenti a l to ca us e ha rm to the fetus, pa rti cul a rl y when a dmi ni s tered duri ng the fi rs t tri mes ter. In a ddi ti on, wi thdra wa l s ymptoms ma y occur i n the neona the fol l owi ng in utero expos ure. Risk C: Monitor therapy Fl ucona zol e: Ma y decrea s e the meta bol i s m of Benzodi a zepi nes (meta bol i zed by oxi da ti on). Risk C: Monitor therapy Gra pefrui t Jui ce: Ma y decrea s e the meta bol i s m of Benzodi a zepi nes (meta bol i zed by oxi da ti on). Risk C: Monitor therapy Ri fa myci n Deri va ti ves: Ma y i ncrea s e the meta bol i s m of Benzodi a zepi nes (meta bol i zed by oxi da ti on). Risk C: Monitor therapy Theophyl l i ne Deri va ti ves: Ma y di mi ni s h the thera peuti c effect of Benzodi a zepi nes. Risk D: Consider therapy modification Etha nol /Nutri ti on/Herb Intera cti ons Ci ga rette s moki ng: Ma y decrea s e a l pra zol a m concentra ti ons up to 50%. The Cmax of the extended rel ea s e formul a ti on i s i ncrea s ed by 25% when a hi gh-fa t mea l i s gi ven 2 hours before dos i ng. Do not s top medi ca ti on or reduce dos a ge a bruptl y wi thout cons ul ti ng pres cri ber. You ma y experi ence drows i nes s, l i ghthea dednes s, i mpa i red coordi na ti on, di zzi nes s, or bl urred vi s i on (us e ca uti on when dri vi ng or enga gi ng i n ha za rdous ta s ks unti l res pons e to drug i s known); na us ea, vomi ti ng, or dry mouth (s ma l l frequent mea l s, frequent mouth ca re, chewi ng gum, or s ucki ng l ozenges ma y hel p); cons ti pa ti on (i ncrea s ed exerci s e, fl ui ds, frui t, a nd fi ber ma y hel p); a l tered s exua l dri ve or a bi l i ty (revers i bl e); or photos ens i ti vi ty (us e s uns creen, wea r protecti ve cl othi ng a nd eyewea r, a nd a voi d di rect s unl i ght). Pregnancy/breastfeeding precautions: Do not get pregna nt whi l e ta ki ng thi s medi ca ti on; us e a ppropri a the contra cepti ve mea s ures a s recommended by your pres cri ber. Sol uti on, ora l [concentra te]: Al pra zol a m Intens ol : 1 mg/mL (30 mL) [a l cohol free, dye free, s uga r free; conta i ns propyl ene gl ycol] Ta bl et: 0. Pha rma codyna mi cs /Ki neti cs Ons et of a cti on: Immedi a the rel ea s e a nd extended rel ea s e formul a ti ons: 1 hour Dura ti on of a cti on: Immedi a the rel ea s e: 5. To mi ni mi ze wi thdra wa l s ymptoms, ta per dos a ge s l owl y; do not di s conti nue a bruptl y. Denta l Hea l th: Effects on Denta l Trea tmentKey a dvers e event(s) rel a ted to denta l trea tment: Si gni fi ca nt xeros tomi a a nd cha nges i n s a l i va ti on (norma l s a l i va ry fl ow res umes upon di s conti nua ti on) Denta l Hea l th: Va s ocons tri ctor/Loca l Anes theti c Preca uti ons No i nforma ti on a va i l a bl e to requi re s peci a l preca uti ons Menta l Hea l th: Chi l d/Adol es cent Cons i dera ti ons Chi l dren <18 yea rs: Anxi ety: Dos e not es ta bl i s hed; i nves ti ga ti ona l l y, i n chi l dren 7-16 yea rs of a ge (n=13), i ni ti a l dos es of 0. Note: A more recent s tudy i n 17 chi l dren (8-17 yea rs of a ge) wi th overa nxi ous di s order or a voi da nt di s orders us ed i ni ti a l da i l y dos es of 0. Ba s ed on cl i ni ca l gl oba l ra ti ngs, a l pra zol a m a ppea red to be better tha n pl a cebo, however, thi s di fference wa s not s ta ti s ti ca l l y s i gni fi ca nt; further s tudi es a re needed (Si meon, 1992). Wi th the excepti on of a s l ower a bs orpti on ra te, the extended rel ea s e dos a ge form of a l pra zol a m di s pl a ys s i mi l a r bi oa va i l a bi l i ty a nd pha rma coki neti cs to the i mmedi a the rel ea s e dos a ge form. The s l ower a bs orpti on ra the res ul ts i n a concentra ti on tha t i s ma i nta i ned between 511 hours a fter dos i ng. The ra the of a bs orpti on of benzodi a zepi nes ha s been l i nked to a bus e potenti a l a nd s i de effect burden (s eda ti on a nd cogni ti ve i mpa i rment). The extended rel ea s e dos a ge form ma y ha ve l es s a bus e potenti a l a nd s i de effects rel a ti ve to the i mmedi a the rel ea s e dos a ge form. Pa ti ents who become phys i ca l l y dependent on a l pra zol a m tend to ha ve a di ffi cul t ti me di s conti nui ng i t; wi thdra wa l s ymptoms ma y be s evere. Crome P a nd Al i C, "Cl i ni ca l Fea tures a nd Ma na gement of Sel f Poi s oni ng Wi th Newer Anti depres s a nts," Med Toxicol Adverse Drug Exp, 1986, 1(6):411-20. Pa ti ent Accepta nce, Si de Effects, a nd Sa fety," Arch Gen Psychiatry, 1988, 45(5):423-8. Va s cul ogeni c, ps ychogeni c, or mi xed eti ol ogy: Ini ti a the dos a ge ti tra ti on a t 2.

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Contra i ndi ca ti ons Hypers ens i ti vi ty to cefpodoxi me, a ny component of the formul a ti on, or other cepha l os pori ns Al l ergy Cons i dera ti ons Cepha l os pori n Al l ergy Wa rni ngs /Preca uti ons Concerns related to adverse effects: Peni ci l l i n a l l ergy: Us e wi th ca uti on i n pa ti ents wi th a hi s tory of peni ci l l i n a l l ergy, es peci a l l y IgE-medi a ted rea cti ons (eg, a na phyl a xi s, a ngi oedema, urti ca ri a). Geri a tri c Cons i dera ti ons Cons i dered one of the drugs of choi ce for outpa ti ent trea tment of communi ty-a cqui red pneumoni a i n the el derl y. Pregna ncy Ri s k Fa ctorB Pregna ncy Cons i dera ti ons Tera togeni c events were not obs erved i n a ni ma l s tudi es; therefore, cefpodoxi me i s cl a s s i fi ed a s pregna ncy ca tegory B. Other cepha l os pori ns cros s the pl a centa a nd a re cons i dered s a fe i n pregna ncy. La cta ti onEnters brea s t mi l k (s ma l l a mounts)/not recommended Brea s t-Feedi ng Cons i dera ti ons Very s ma l l a mounts of cefpodoxi me a re excreted i n brea s t mi l k. Pregna ncy & La cta ti on, In-Depth Cefpodoxi me i n Pregna ncy & La cta ti on Advers e Rea cti ons >10%: Derma tol ogi c: Di a per ra s h (12%) Ga s troi ntes ti na l: Di a rrhea i n i nfa nts a nd toddl ers (15%) 1% to 10%: Centra l nervous s ys tem: Hea da che (1%) Derma tol ogi c: Ra s h (1%) Ga s troi ntes ti na l: Di a rrhea (7%), na us ea (4%), a bdomi na l pa i n (2%), vomi ti ng (1% to 2%) Geni touri na ry: Va gi na l i nfecti on (3%) <1%: Ana phyl a xi s, ches t pa i n, hypotens i on, funga l s ki n i nfecti on, ps eudomembra nous col i ti s, va gi na l ca ndi di a s i s, pruri tus, fl a tul ence, decrea s ed s a l i va ti on, ma l a i s e, fever, decrea s ed a ppeti te, cough, epi s ta xi s, di zzi nes s, fa ti gue, a nxi ety, i ns omni a, fl us hi ng, wea knes s, ni ghtma res, ta s the a l tera ti on, eye i tchi ng, ti nni tus, purpuri c nephri ti s Rea cti ons reported wi th other cepha l os pori ns: Sei zure, Stevens -Johns on s yndrome, toxi c epi derma l necrol ys i s, erythema mul ti forme, urti ca ri a, s erum-s i cknes s rea cti ons, rena l dys functi on, i nters ti ti a l nephri ti s toxi c nephropa thy, chol es ta s i s, a pl a s ti c a nemi a, hemol yti c a nemi a, hemorrha ge, pa ncytopeni a, a gra nul ocytos i s, col i ti s, va gi ni ti s, s uperi nfecti on Drug Intera cti ons Anta ci ds: Ma y decrea s e the s erum concentra ti on of Cefpodoxi me. Risk C: Monitor therapy H2-Anta goni s ts: Ma y decrea s e the a bs orpti on of Cefpodoxi me. Risk C: Monitor therapy Etha nol /Nutri ti on/Herb Intera cti ons Food: Food del a ys a bs orpti on; cefpodoxi me s erum l evel s ma y be i ncrea s ed i f ta ken wi th food. Ameri ca n Thora ci c Soci ety, "Gui del i nes for the Ini ti a l Ma na gement of Adul ts Wi th Communi ty-Acqui red Pneumoni a: Di a gnos i s, As s es s ment of Severi ty, a nd Ini ti a l Anti mi crobi a l Thera py," Am Rev Respir Dis, 1993, 148(5):1418-26. Fuji i R, "Cl i ni ca l Tri a l s of Cefpodoxi me Proxeti l Sus pens i on i n Pedi a tri cs," Drugs, 1991, 42(Suppl 3):57-60. 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Contra i ndi ca ti ons Hypers ens i ti vi ty to cefprozi l, a ny component of the formul a ti on, or other cepha l os pori ns Al l ergy Cons i dera ti ons Cepha l os pori n Al l ergy Wa rni ngs /Preca uti ons Concerns related to adverse effects: Peni ci l l i n a l l ergy: Us e wi th ca uti on i n pa ti ents wi th a hi s tory of peni ci l l i n a l l ergy, es peci a l l y IgE-medi a ted rea cti ons (eg, a na phyl a xi s, a ngi oedema, urti ca ri a). Disease-related concerns: Rena l i mpa i rment: Us e wi th ca uti on i n pa ti ents wi th rena l i mpa i rment; modi fy dos a ge i n s evere i mpa i rment. Geri a tri c Cons i dera ti ons Ha s not been s tudi ed excl us i vel y i n the el derl y. Pregna ncy Ri s k Fa ctorB Pregna ncy Cons i dera ti ons Advers e events were not obs erved i n a ni ma l reproducti on s tudi es; therefore, cefprozi l i s cl a s s i fi ed a s pregna ncy ca tegory B. Other cepha l os pori ns cros s the pl a centa a nd a re cons i dered s a fe for us e duri ng pregna ncy. The ma nufa cturer recommends tha t ca uti on be exerci s ed when a dmi ni s teri ng cefprozi l to nurs i ng women. The Ameri ca n Aca demy of Pedi a tri cs cons i ders cefprozi l to be "us ua l l y compa ti bl e wi th brea s tfeedi ng. Risk C: Monitor therapy Etha nol /Nutri ti on/Herb Intera cti ons Food: Food del a ys cefprozi l a bs orpti on. As s es s other pha rma col ogi ca l or herba l products pa ti ent ma y be ta ki ng for potenti a l i ntera cti ons (eg, i nters ti ti a l nephri ti s, hemol yti c a nemi a, hemorrha ge). Ma y ca us e di zzi nes s (us e ca uti on when dri vi ng or enga gi ng i n potenti a l l y ha za rdous ta s ks unti l res pons e to drug i s known); na us ea or vomi ti ng (s ma l l, frequent mea l s, frequent mouth ca re, s ucki ng l ozenges, or chewi ng gum ma y hel p); or di a rrhea (yogurt, boi l ed mi l k, or buttermi l k ma y hel p). 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The ma nufa cturer recommends di s conti nui ng thi s medi ca ti on or di s conti nui ng nurs i ng. Risk D: Consider therapy modification Ca nna bi noi ds: Ma y enha nce the ta chyca rdi c effect of Sympa thomi meti cs. Risk D: Consider therapy modification Ima ti ni b: Ma y i ncrea s e the s erum concentra ti on of Aceta mi nophen. Risk C: Monitor therapy Pri mi done: Ma y enha nce the a dvers e/toxi c effect of Ba rbi tura tes. Risk C: Monitor therapy Tri cycl i c Anti depres s a nts: Ba rbi tura tes ma y i ncrea s e the meta bol i s m of Tri cycl i c Anti depres s a nts. Risk C: Monitor therapy Vori cona zol e: Ba rbi tura tes ma y decrea s e the s erum concentra ti on of Vori cona zol. Nurs i ng: Phys i ca l As s es s ment/Moni tori ngSee i ndi vi dua l a gents for Aceta mi nophen a nd Ca ffei ne. Pa ti ent Educa ti onSee i ndi vi dua l a gents for Aceta mi nophen a nd Ca ffei ne. Ba rbi tura tes depres s the s ens ory cortex, decrea s e motor a cti vi ty, a l ter cerebel l a r functi on, a nd produce drows i nes s, s eda ti on, hypnos i s, a nd dos e-dependent res pi ra tory depres s i on. Buta l bi ta l a nd Aceta mi nophen Lexi -Drugs Onl i ne Engl i s h Jump To Fi el d (Sel ect Fi el d Na me) Medi ca ti on Sa fety Is s ues Duplicate therapy issues: Thi s product conta i ns a ceta mi nophen, whi ch ma y be a component of other combi na ti on products. Bra nd Na mes Bupa p; Cepha dyn; Phreni l i n; Phreni l i n Forte; Proma cet; Seda pa p Pha rma col ogi c Ca tegoryAna l ges i c, Mi s cel l a neous; Ba rbi tura the Us e: La bel ed Indi ca ti ons Rel i ef of the s ymptoma ti c compl ex of tens i on or mus cl e contra cti on hea da che Dos i ng: Adul ts Tension or muscle contraction headache: Ora l: One ta bl et/ca ps ul e every 4 hours a s needed (ma xi mum dos e: 6 ta bl ets /da y) Phreni l i n: 1-2 ta bl ets every 4 hours a s needed (ma xi mum 6 ta bl ets i n 24 hours) Dos i ng: El derl yRefer to a dul t dos i ng. Dos i ng: Rena l Impa i rmentMi l d-to-modera te: Shoul d decrea s e dos e; i n s evere i mpa i rment, us e wi th ca uti on. Dos i ng: Hepa ti c Impa i rmentMi l d-to-modera te: Shoul d decrea s e dos e; i n s evere i mpa i rment, us e wi th ca uti on. Disease-related concerns: Drug a bus e: Us e wi th ca uti on i n pa ti ents wi th a hi s tory of drug a bus e or a cute a l cohol i s m; potenti a l for drug dependency exi s ts.

Other warnings/precautions: Admi ni s tra ti on: For s ubcuta neous a dmi ni s tra ti on onl y; not for I menstruation kidney pain cheap ortho tri-cyclen 50mg with mastercard. Geri a tri c Cons i dera ti ons No cl i ni ca l da ta s peci fi c to menstrual cup ortho tri-cyclen 50mg el derl y a t thi s ti me women's health center centrastate generic ortho tri-cyclen 50mg. 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Y-site administration: Compatible: Ami nophyl l i ne, a tropi ne, bretyl i um, ca l ci um chl ori de, ci meti di ne, ci s a tra curi um, di goxi n, dobuta mi ne, dopa mi ne, epi nephri ne, fa moti di ne, hydrocorti s one s odi um s ucci na te, i s oproterenol, l i doca i ne, meta ra mi nol, methyl predni s ol one s odi um s ucci na te, ni trogl yceri n, ni troprus s i de, norepi nephri ne, phenyl ephri ne, pota s s i um chl ori de, propofol, propra nol ol, remi fenta ni l, vera pa mi l. Contra i ndi ca ti ons Hypers ens i ti vi ty to i na mri none, a ny component of the formul a ti on, or bi s ul fi tes (conta i ns s odi um meta bi s ul fi te); pa ti ents wi th s evere a orti c or pul moni c va l vul a r di s ea s e Wa rni ngs /Preca uti ons Concerns related to adverse effects: Arrhythmi a s: Obs erve for a rrhythmi a s i n thi s very hi gh-ri s k pa ti ent popul a ti on. Ventri cul a r or a tri a l a rrhythmi a s ma y pers i s t even a fter di s conti nua ti on of i na mri none, es peci a l l y i n pa ti ents wi th rena l dys functi on. Ens ure tha t ventri cul a r ra the i s control l ed i n a tri a l fi bri l l a ti on/fl utter before i ni ti a ti ng thera py; ma y i ncrea s e ventri cul a r res pons e ra te. In hea rt tra ns pl a nt ca ndi da tes, i ns ti tute a ppropri a the mea s ures to protect pa ti ent a ga i ns t ri s ks of s udden ca rdi a c dea th. Infus i on ma y requi re reducti on or tempora ry di s conti nua ti on i f hypotens i on occurs. Hypotens i on ma y be prol onged es peci a l l y i n pa ti ents wi th rena l dys functi on. Vi gorous di ures i s ma y contri bute to hypotens i on; ca uti ous a dmi ni s tra ti on of fl ui ds ma y be requi red to prevent hypotens i on. If pl a tel et count fa l l s bel ow 150,000/mm 3, ma y ma i nta i n thera py, decrea s e da i l y dos e, or di s conti nue thera py ba s ed upon ri s k vers us benefi t. Disease-related concerns: El ectrol yte i mba l a nce: Correct el ectrol yte di s turba nces, es peci a l l y hypoka l emi a or hypoma gnes emi a, pri or to i ni ti a ti on of a nd throughout thera py. Geri a tri c Cons i dera ti ons Whi l e i na mri none i s not s peci fi ca l l y a rrhythmogeni c, the el derl y ma y be a t hi gh ri s k for ventri cul a r a nd pa rti cul a rl y a tri a l a rrhythmi a s due to hi gh i nci dence of a rrhythmi a s i n thi s popul a ti on. Found to be a s effecti ve a s dobuta mi ne i n the el derl y wi th hea rt fa i l ure i n one s tudy des pi the the decl i ne i n beta -a drenergi c res pons e wi th a ge. Pregna ncy Ri s k Fa ctorC Advers e Rea cti ons 1% to 10%: Ca rdi ova s cul a r: Arrhythmi a s (3%; es peci a l l y i n hi gh-ri s k pa ti ents), hypotens i on (1% to 2%; dos e rel a ted) Ga s troi ntes ti na l: Na us ea (1% to 2%), vomi ti ng (1%) Hema tol ogi c: Thrombocytopeni a (2%; dos e rel a ted) <1% (Li mi ted to i mporta nt or l i fe-threa teni ng): Abdomi na l pa i n, a norexi a, ches t pa i n, fever, hepa totoxi ci ty, hyperbi l i rubi nemi a, hypers ens i ti vi ty, i njecti on s i the rea cti ons, ja undi ce, l i ver enzymes i ncrea s ed Drug Intera cti ons There a re no known s i gni fi ca nt i ntera cti ons. Inda pa mi de Lexi -Drugs Onl i ne Engl i s h Jump To Fi el d (Sel ect Fi el d Na me) Medi ca ti on Sa fety Is s ues Sound-a l i ke/l ook-a l i ke i s s ues: Inda pa mi de ma y be confus ed wi th Iopi di ne Interna ti ona l i s s ues: Engl i s h Preta ni x [Hunga ry] ma y be confus ed wi th Protoni x whi ch i s a bra nd na me for pa ntopra zol e i n the U. Note: There i s l i ttl e thera peuti c benefi t to i ncrea s i ng the dos e >5 mg/da y; there i s, however, a n i ncrea s ed ri s k of el ectrol yte di s turba nces.

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