Gtn Adverse Effects

Penicillamine

Valproate4

Cyclizine

Guanethidine

Penicillins

Vancomycin

Cyclopenthiazide

Haloperidol

Pentamidine

Vigabatrin

Cyclopropane

Heparin

Pethidine

Vitamins

Dalteparin

Hetastarch

Phentolamine

Warfarin

Danthron

Hydrochlorothiazide

Phytomenadione

Zakitabme

Desferrioxamine

Hydrocortisone

Pipothiazine

Zinc preparations

This list is produced jointly by Professor G Elder and Dr M Badminton, the Department of Medical Biochemistry, University Hospital of Wales and the staff of the Welsh Medicines Information Centre (WMIC; [email protected]). It is based on the best information available at the time of completion. Inclusion of a drug does not guarantee that it will be safe in all circumstances. Large intravenous doses may be associated with acute attacks (unproven as causative agent).

2 Intravenous doses should be avoided.

3 Safety under review; contact WMIC.

4 Sodium valproate should be used only where other antiepilepsy drugs are ineffective or inappropriate.

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