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fluconazole in dextrose (iso-osmotic) intravenous

Does fluconazole in dextrose (iso-osmotic) intravenous interact with other medications?

fluconazole in dextrose (iso-osmotic) intravenous may interact with the following medications

Severe Interactions of fluconazole in dextrose (iso-osmotic) intravenous:
These medications are not usually taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

MISC ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS/ASTEMIZOLE; TERFENADINE
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/RANOLAZINE (> 500 MG BID)
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/AVANAFIL (> 50 MG)
STRONG AND MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/LOMITAPIDE
FLUCONAZOLE/FLUVASTATIN (> 20 MG BID)
FLUCONAZOLE/LURASIDONE (> 80 MG)
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DRONEDARONE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ARTEMETHER-LUMEFANTRINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/AMIODARONE
SELECTED CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/VARDENAFIL (> 5 MG)
SELECTED AZOLE ANTIFUNGALS/QUINIDINE
AZOLE ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS/CISAPRIDE

Serious Interactions of fluconazole in dextrose (iso-osmotic) intravenous:
These medications may interact and cause very harmful effects. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

AZOLE ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS/SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/ERGOTAMINE DERIVATIVES
FLUCONAZOLE/SLT ANTINEO SYSTEMIC ENZYME INHIBITORS
STRONG OR MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/SIMEPREVIR
MODERATE 3A4 INHIBITORS/IBRUTINIB
FLUCONAZOLE; VORICONAZOLE/OSPEMIFENE
STRONG; SELECTED MODERATE CYP2C19 INHIBITORS/CLOBAZAM
SELECTED INHIBITORS OF BOTH CYP3A4 AND CYP2C19/TOFACITINIB
STRONG-MODERATE 3A4 &-OR P-GP INHIBITORS/BOSUTINIB
FLUCONAZOLE; VORICONAZOLE/METHADONE
CYP2C19 INHIBITORS/CITALOPRAM (>20 MG)
FLUCONAZOLE/VORICONAZOLE
FLUCONAZOLE; KETOCONAZOLE; VORICONAZOLE/CLOPIDOGREL
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/COLCHICINE
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/TOLVAPTAN
SELECTED AZOLE ANTIFUNGALS/CARBAMAZEPINE; HYDANTOINS
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DISOPYRAMIDE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ZIPRASIDONE
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
SELECTED CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/ALFENTANIL; FENTANYL; OXYCODONE
SELECTED AZOLE ANTIFUNGALS/ERYTHROMYCIN
AZOLE ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS/SELECTED IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS

Moderate Interactions of fluconazole in dextrose (iso-osmotic) intravenous:
These medications may cause some risk when taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

AZOLE ANTIFUNGALS/SULFONYLUREAS
AZOLE ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS/RIFAMYCINS
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/AVANAFIL (<= 50 MG)
SELECTED CYP2C19 INHIBITORS/ESCITALOPRAM (> OR = 20 MG)
FLUCONAZOLE/AMITRIPTYLINE
FLUCONAZOLE/SELECTED HMG CO-A REDUCTASE INHIBITORS
STRONG AND MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/IVACAFTOR
SELECTED CYP2C19 INHIBITORS/CITALOPRAM (<= 20 MG)
P-GP AND WEAK-MODERATE CYP 3A4 INHIBITORS/RIVAROXABAN
SELECTED CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/VARDENAFIL (<= 5 MG)
FLUCONAZOLE/LURASIDONE (<= 80 MG)
FLUCONAZOLE/TIPRANAVIR
MODERATE CYP3A4; PGP INHIBITORS/EVEROLIMUS
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/POSACONAZOLE
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/RANOLAZINE (<=500 MG BID)
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/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
SELECTED AZOLE ANTIFUNGALS/QUETIAPINE
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/EPLERENONE
SELECTED AZOLE ANTIFUNGALS/SELECTED CA CHANNEL BLOCKERS
SELECTED CYP2C9 INHIBITORS/SELECTED NSAIDS
SELECTED AZOLE ANTIFUNGALS/SELECTED BENZODIAZEPINES

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