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rifampin oral

Does rifampin oral interact with other medications?

rifampin oral may interact with the following medications

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

P-GLYCOPROTEIN (P-GP) INDUCERS/SOFOSBUVIR
POTENT CYP3A4 INDUCERS/ARTEMETHER; LUMEFANTRINE
CYP 3A4 INDUCERS/RILPIVIRINE
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/BOCEPREVIR; COBICISTAT; TELAPREVIR
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/LURASIDONE
RIFAMPIN/PITAVASTATIN (> 2 MG)
RIFABUTIN; RIFAMPIN/NIFEDIPINE
RIFAMPIN/PRAZIQUANTEL
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/RANOLAZINE
RIFAMPIN/NIMODIPINE
RIFAMPIN; RIFAPENTINE/ETRAVIRINE; NEVIRAPINE
SELECTED STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/VORICONAZOLE
RIFAMPIN; RIFABUTIN/DELAVIRDINE
RIFAMPIN/SELECTED 3A4 SUBSTRATES
ANTIBIOTICS/LIVE TYPHOID VACCINE

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

RIFAMYCINS/ANTICOAGULANTS
RIFAMPIN/PYRAZINAMIDE
RIFAMPIN/TELITHROMYCIN
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/VORAPAXAR
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/TASIMELTEON
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/QUETIAPINE (> 150 MG)
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/GUANFACINE
STRONG OR MODERATE CYP3A4 INDUCERS/SIMEPREVIR
RIFAMPIN/ROMIDEPSIN
POTENT UGT1 & CYP3A4 INDUCERS/DOLUTEGRAVIR
UGT INDUCERS/CANAGLIFLOZIN
SELECTED CYP1A2 OR CYP3A4 INDUCERS/POMALIDOMIDE
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/BEDAQUILINE
STRONG & MODERATE CYP2C8 OR CYP3A4 INDUCERS/ENZALUTAMIDE
SELECTED STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/BORTEZOMIB
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/IVACAFTOR
STRONG AND MODERATE CYP3A4 INDUCERS/AXITINIB
RIFAMPIN/BUPROPION
P-GP AND STRONG CYP 3A4 INDUCERS/APIXABAN; RIVAROXABAN
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/TAMOXIFEN; TOREMIFENE
STRONG P-GP OR CYP3A4 INDUCER/LINAGLIPTIN
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/TICAGRELOR
P-GLYCOPROTEIN INDUCERS/DABIGATRAN
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/CABAZITAXEL; DOCETAXEL; PACLITAXEL
RIFAMPIN; RIFABUTIN/IXABEPILONE
POTENT UGT INDUCERS/DEFERASIROX
RIFAMPIN/MYCOPHENOLATE
RIFAMPIN/ULIPRISTAL
RIFAMPIN/AMIODARONE; DRONEDARONE
CYP3A4 INDUCERS/TOLVAPTAN
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/SELECTED IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS
RIFAMPIN/TERBINAFINE
RIFAMPIN/FESOTERODINE
RIFAMPIN; RIFAPENTINE/RITONAVIR
SELECTED ANTIMYCOBACTERIALS/LIVE BCG
POTENT CYP3A4 INDUCERS/MARAVIROC
RIFAMPIN; RIFABUTIN/IRINOTECAN
RIFAMYCINS/POSACONAZOLE
STRONG 3A4 INDUCERS/SLT ANTINEOPLASTIC SYSTEMIC ENZYME INHIB
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/APREPITANT
RIFAMYCINS/THEOPHYLLINE
RIFAMPIN/HALOTHANE
RIFAMPIN/ISONIAZID
RIFAMYCINS/MEFLOQUINE; QUINIDINE; QUININE
RIFAMYCINS/ESTROGENS; CONTRACEPTIVES

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

RIFAMPIN/LEVOTHYROXINE
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/VILAZODONE
RIFAMPIN/VALPROIC ACID
P-GLYCOPROTEIN INDUCERS/AFATINIB
SELECTED CYP2C AND CYP3A4 INDUCERS/OSPEMIFENE
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/PONATINIB; REGORAFENIB
RIFAMPIN/EFAVIRENZ
RIFAMPIN/BUSPIRONE
CYP 3A4 INDUCERS/ROFLUMILAST
RIFAMPIN/SELECTED BENZODIAZEPINES
RIFAMPIN/LEFLUNOMIDE
RIFAMPIN/PITAVASTATIN (<= 2 MG)
RIFAMPIN/LINEZOLID
RIFAMPIN/RALTEGRAVIR
RIFAMPIN/BOSENTAN; MACITENTAN
RIFAMPIN/PIOGLITAZONE; ROSIGLITAZONE
RIFAMPIN/RAMELTEON
RIFAMPIN/EXEMESTANE
RIFAMPIN/SELECTED SEDATIVE HYPNOTICS
STRONG CYP3A4 INDUCERS/SELECTED ANTIPSYCHOTICS
RIFABUTIN; RIFAMPIN/ATOVAQUONE
RIFAMPIN/ROFECOXIB
RIFAMPIN/SELECTED HMG-COA REDUCTASE INHIBITORS
RIFAMPIN/REPAGLINIDE
RIFAMPIN/LAMOTRIGINE; PERAMPANEL
RIFAMPIN/CASPOFUNGIN
RIFAMYCINS/AZOLE ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS
RIFAMYCINS/SELECTED CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS
RIFAMPIN/BUPRENORPHINE; METHADONE; MORPHINE
RIFAMYCINS/BETA-BLOCKERS, ORAL
RIFAMYCINS/DIGITALIS GLYCOSIDES
RIFAMYCINS/HYDANTOINS
RIFAMYCINS/DISOPYRAMIDE; MEXILETINE; PROPAFENONE
RIFAMYCINS/SULFONYLUREAS
CYP3A4 INDUCERS/DOXYCYCLINE
SELECTED CYP3A4 INDUCERS/CORTICOSTEROIDS

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