Myopathy after short term administration of procainamide
The prototypical medication in this category is gold, with a smaller proportion of cases attributed to procainamide
The agent procainamide
, for instance, can cause a lupus-like syndrome, while amiodarone is clearly related to thyroid disorders and liver dysfunction.
The 20th edition adds entries on caspofungin, ibuprofen lysine, procainamide
, and rotavirus vaccine.
Transesophageal pacemaker therapy in atrial flutter after procainamide
In addition to many of the [beta]-blockers, other cardiovascular drugs she listed as relatively safe in pregnancy include digoxin, calcium channel blockers, procainamide
, hydralazine, methyldopa, and furosemide.
(500 mg) was given intravenously followed by a 2 mg/min infusion.
The application of pharmacogenomics would make it possible to identify patients who are likely to respond to drugs such as Procainamide
and Tagamet, and those who are unlikely before commencing treatment (Roses, 2002).
Rivastigmine can lead to weight loss, and it interacts with aminoglycosides and procainamide
Thus, rapid or slow acetylator phenotype can influence both therapeutic response and toxicity after being exposured to arylamine drugs such as procainamide
(Weber and Hein, 1985).
Subjects tasting the heart drug captopril reported a reduction in the intensity of sweet, salty, and bitter tastes, while the heart drug procainamide
increased the intensity of spiciness.
It is a matter of public record that George Bush takes Halcion, Digoxin, Procainamide
and Synthroid; the workaholic chief executive is a walking apothecary.