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ezogabine oral

Does ezogabine oral interact with other medications?

ezogabine oral may interact with the following medications

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

POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ANAGRELIDE
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/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/AMIODARONE

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

EZOGABINE/QT PROLONGING AGENTS
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CERITINIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SEVOFLURANE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/TRAZODONE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ESCITALOPRAM
SELECTED QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ATAZANAVIR
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/BEDAQUILINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/PASIREOTIDE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SORAFENIB
EZOGABINE/DIGOXIN
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DOMPERIDONE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CLOZAPINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ONDANSETRON
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/QUETIAPINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CRIZOTINIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CITALOPRAM
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/VEMURAFENIB
SELECTED QT PROLONGERS/ASTEMIZOLE; TERFENADINE
SLT QT AGENTS/CLARITHRO; ERYTHRO; TELITHROMYCIN
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SAQUINAVIR
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/LOPINAVIR
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/TOREMIFENE
SELECTED QT PROLONGERS/FOSPHENYTOIN
SELECTED QT PROLONGERS/QUINIDINE; NATISEDINE

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