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tacrolimus oral

Does tacrolimus oral interact with other medications?

tacrolimus oral may interact with the following medications

Severe Interactions of tacrolimus oral:
These medications are not usually taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

TACROLIMUS/CYCLOSPORINE
CYCLOSPORINE;TACROLIMUS/POTASSIUM-SPARING DIURETICS
SELECTED IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE AGENTS/LIVE VACCINES
IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVES; IMMUNOMODULATORS/EFALIZUMAB; NATALIZUMAB
SELECTED QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ZIPRASIDONE
SELECTED AGENTS/MIBEFRADIL

Serious Interactions of tacrolimus oral:
These medications may interact and cause very harmful effects. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

SELECTED IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS/AZOLE ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS
SELECTED IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS;TEMSIROLIMUS/SELECTED MACROLIDES
SELECTED IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS;TEMSIROLIMUS/PROTEASE INHIBITORS
SELECTED IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS/STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS
SELECTED CYP3A4 SUBSTRATES/CRIZOTINIB
SENSITIVE CYP3A4; CYP2C9; CYP2C19 SUBSTRATES/ENZALUTAMIDE
SELECTED IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS/POSACONAZOLE
SELECTED MYELOSUPPRESSIVE AGENTS/CLOZAPINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/AMIFAMPRIDINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DRONEDARONE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ARTEMETHER-LUMEFANTRINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DISOPYRAMIDE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CISAPRIDE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DROPERIDOL
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/LEVOMETHADYL
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SPARFLOXACIN
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/HALOFANTRINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/PIMOZIDE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/BEPRIDIL
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/THIORIDAZINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/AMIODARONE
TACROLIMUS/SIROLIMUS; TEMSIROLIMUS

Moderate Interactions of tacrolimus oral:
These medications may cause some risk when taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

CYCLOSPORINE; SIROLIMUS; TACROLIMUS/NSAIDS
TACROLIMUS/DANAZOL
TACROLIMUS/SELECTED CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS
TACROLIMUS/CASPOFUNGIN
TACROLIMUS/SELECTED PROTON PUMP INHIBITORS
TACROLIMUS/ERTAPENEM
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ESCITALOPRAM
SELECTED P-GLYCOPROTEIN (P-GP) INHIBITORS/AFATINIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/BEDAQUILINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/PASIREOTIDE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SORAFENIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ALFUZOSIN
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DOMPERIDONE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CLOZAPINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ONDANSETRON
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/QUETIAPINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CITALOPRAM
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/VEMURAFENIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/EZOGABINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/RILPIVIRINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/VANDETANIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/GADOFOSVESET
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ERIBULIN
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CIPROFLOXACIN
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ROMIDEPSIN
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SAQUINAVIR
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ILOPERIDONE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/PAZOPANIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/TELAVANCIN
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ASENAPINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/TOREMIFENE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/QUININE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/TETRABENAZINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/NILOTINIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/PALONOSETRON
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/LAPATINIB
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/PALIPERIDONE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/GADOXETATE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DASATINIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/RANOLAZINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/MESORIDAZINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/LEVOFLOXACIN
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/HALOPERIDOL
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/NALIDIXIC ACID
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/NORFLOXACIN
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/GEMIFLOXACIN
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/FORMOTEROL
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/METHADONE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/APOMORPHINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/PROPAFENONE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DOLASETRON
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/RISPERIDONE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SOTALOL
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/MOXIFLOXACIN
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/GATIFLOXACIN
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DOFETILIDE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ARSENIC

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