Category: Drugs_of_Choice

Medicines and substances that can increase catecholamine measurements include: Acetaminophen Albuterol Aminophylline Amphetamines Buspirone Caffeine Calcium channel blockers Cocaine Cyclobenzaprine Levodopa Methyldopa Nicotinic acid (large doses) Phenoxybenzamine Phenothiazines Pseudoephedrine Reserpine Tricyclic antidepressants Medicines that can decrease catecholamine measurements include: Clonidine Guanethidine MAO inhibitors

ANALGESICS Short Acting Narcotics hydrocodone/APAP codeine/APAP oxycodone IR* morphine sulfate IR NSAIDS diclofenac ibuprofen meloxicam naproxen Other Analgesic tramadol ORAL ANTI-INFECTIVES Antifungals fluconazole nystatin terbinafine Cephalosporins and Related amoxicillin/clavulanate cephalexin cefdinir Macrolides Azithromycin Quinolones ciprofloxacin levofloxacin Tetracyclines doxycycline hyclate minocycline IR tetracycline Other clindamycin SMX/TMP metronidazole Antivirals acyclovir BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ADHD amphetamine salt combo dextroamphetamine […]

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