What should I Know Regarding Pregnancy, Nursing and Administering Sulfaprim Tablet to Children or the Elderly?

If you are PREGNANT

  • Not Recommended: POTENTIAL FOR EMBRYO/FETAL DEVELOPMENTAL TOXICITY, INHIBITS FOLATE METABOLISM

If you are NURSING

  • Precaution: CAUTION IN INFANT WITH HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA; SHOULD NOT USE IN G6PD-DEF INFANT
  • No Known Risk: NO REPORTED ADVERSE EFFECTS ON 50 INFANTS.

If you are an adult over 60

  • management or monitoring precaution: Renal-Rare risk of hyperkalemia. May need to monitor potassium and renal function. Monitor serum potassium and for folate deficiency with underlying impairment. Reduce dose CrCL < 30 mL/min. Avoid if CrCL < 15 mL/min.
  • management or monitoring precaution: Renal-Impairment increases risk of severe adverse reactions (e.g. severe skin reactions). Hepatic-Decreased hepatic function of aging increases risks of severe adverse reactions.

Giving Sulfaprim Tablet to a child under 12

  • Contraindication: Possible bilirubin displacement with kernicterus. Exceptional use for PCP prophylaxis.

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