Always consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) before taking amphotericin B. Till date, a total of 155 drugs have been reported to be interacting with amphotericin b.
- 38 major drug interactions (interaction might cause very harmful effects) with:
- Foscarnet (nephrotoxic)
- Inotersen (nephrotoxic)
- Pentamidine (nephrotoxic)
- Tubocurarine (increased muscle relaxant effect)
- Clozapine (myelosuppressive)
- Deferiprone (myelosuppressive)
- Cyclosporin (nephrotoxic and neurotoxicity)
- Digitalis glycosides
- 110 moderate drug interactions (interactions might cause some risk when taken together) with:
- Corticosteroids; corticotropin (ACTH) (hypokalaemia)
- Adefovir (nephrotoxic)
- Immune globulin IV (IGIV) (nephrotoxic)
- Tenofovir (nephrotoxic)
- Stimulant laxatives (hypokalaemia)
- 7 minor drug interactions
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- Hamill, R. J. (2013). Amphotericin B Formulations: A Comparative Review of Efficacy and Toxicity. Drugs, 73(9), 919–934. doi: 10.1007/s40265-013-0069-4
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