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... is used in dogs to treat hypertension and SVTs. It is frequently used with digoxin in the treatment or management of dogs with atrial fibrillation and congestive heart failure ...
... should be avoided if possible. Insulin can change serum potassium levels. Patients receiving digoxin and those on diuretics should receive additional monitoring of serum potassium levels. Overdose ...
... may reduce the effects of corticosteroids, insulin and ACTH. Antihistamines, nitroglycerin, digoxin and tetracycline may decrease the effects of heparin. Overdose Heparin overdose is associated ...
... of benzodiazepines, buspirone, busulfan, calcium channel blockers, cisapride, cyclosporine, digoxin, fentanyl, quinidine, sulfonylurea drugs, and vincristine. Ketoconazole can inhibit ...
... , corticosteroids, amphotericin B, and corticotrophin. When methazolamide is used concurrently with digoxin, there may be an increased risk for toxicity due to hypokalemia. Methazolamide ...
... should be avoided if possible. Insulin can change serum potassium levels. Patients receiving digoxin and those on diuretics should receive additional monitoring of serum potassium levels. Overdose ...
... separated for other oral drugs including: NSAIDs, H2 receptor antagonists, fluoroquinolones, digoxin, ketoconazole, levothyroxine, penicillamine, tetracyclines, fat soluble vitamins, and ...
... concurrently, they should be separated by one to two hours. Patients receiving either digoxin or anticoagulant therapy may need additional monitoring and possible dosage-adjustment. Tetracycline ...
... as warfarin and other coumarin derivatives. Tolfenamic acids and other NSAIDs may increase serum digoxin levels. It should not be used in animals receiving methotrexate. Overdose If ...
... loss of consciousness and death. Other drugs that may interact with tramadol include: digoxin, quinidine, and warfarin. Overdose Oral overdose can lead to respiratory depression ...
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