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What are the cardiac SEs of tricyclics?
Atropine-like SEs
What are the cardiac SEs of Doxorubicin and daunorubicin?
Cardiac toxicity
What are the cardiac SEs of cocaine?
Coronary vasospasm
What are the cardiac SEs of Niacin?
Flushing
What are the cardiac SEs of Ca2+ channel blockers?
flushing
What are the cardiac SEs of adenosine?
flushing
What are the cardiac SEs of vancomycin?
flushing
What are the cardiac SEs of Sotalol?
Torsades de pointes
What are the cardiac SEs of quinidine?
Torsades de pointes
What are the cardiac SEs of antiarrhythmics?
Torsades de pointes
What are the cardiac SEs of cisapride?
Torsades de pointes
What are the hematologic SEs of Clozapine?
Agranulocytosis
What are the hematologic SEs of carbamazepine?
Agranulocytosis
What are the hematologic SEs of Colchicine?
Agraulocytosis
What are the hematologic SEs of Chloramphenicol
Aplastic anemia
What are the hematologic SEs of benzene
Aplastic Anemia
What are the hematologic SEs of NSAIDS?
Aplastic anemia
What are the hematologic SEs of Sulfonamides?
Hemolysis in G6PD-deficient patients
What are the hematologic SEs of Isoniazid?
Hemolysis in G6PD-deficient patients
What are the hematologic SEs of aspirin?
Hemolysis in G6PD-deficient patients
What are the hematologic SEs of ibuprofen?
Hemolysis in G6PD-deficient patients
What are the hematologic SEs of primaquine?
Hemolysis in G6PD-deficient patients
What are the hematologic SEs of nitrofurantoin?
Hemolysis in G6PD-deficient patients
What is the major complication of ACE inhibitors?
cough
What is the major complication of bleomycin?
pulm fibrosis
What is the pulmonary SE of amiodarone?
pulm fibrosis
What is the pulm side effect of busulfan?
pulm fibrosis
What drugs can cause pulm fibrosis (3)?
bleomycin
amiodarone
busulfan
What GI SE can be caused by Macrolides?
Acute cholestatic hepatitis
What GI SEs can be caused by Halothane?
focal to massive hepatic necrosis
What drugs can cause cutaneous flushing?
Niacin
Ca channel blockers
adenosine
vancomycin
What drugs can cause Torsades de pointes?
Class III- sotalol
Class IA- quinidine
antiarrythmics
cisapride
What drugs can cause agranulocytosis?
Clozapine
Carbamazepine
colchicine
What drugs can cause focal to massive hepatic necrosis?
Halothane
valproic acid
acetaminophin
Amanita Phalloides
What drugs can cause hemolysis in a G6PD deficient patient?
Sulfonamides
INH
Aspirin
ibuprofen
primaquine
nitrofurantoine
What drugs cause gynecomastia?
Some Drugs Create Awesome Knockers
Spironolactone
Digitalis
Cimetidine
Alcohol
Ketoconazole
What are the GI SEs of valproic acid?
focal to massive hepatic necrosis
What are the GI SEs of acetaminophen?
focal to massive hepatic necrosis
What are the GI SEs of Amanita phalloides (mushroom)?
focal to masive hepatic necrosis
What are the GI SEs of INH?
hepatitis
What are the GI SEs of Clindamycin?
Pseudomembranous colitis
What are the GI SEs of ampicllin?
Pseudomembranous colitis
What are the systemic effects of glucocorticoid withdrawal?
Adrenocortical insufficiency
What are the endocrin SEs of Tamoxifen?
Hot flashes
What are the connective tissue SEs of Phenytoin?
gingival hyperplasia
What are the musculoskeletal SEs of corticosteroids?
osteoporosis
What are the musculoskeletal SEs of heparin?
osteoporosis
What drugs cause photosensitivity?
I SAT for a photo
Sulfonamides
Amiodarone
Tetracycline
What drugs cause SLE-like symps?
it ain't HIPP to have Lupus
Hydralazine
INH
Procainamide
Phenytoin
What are teh CT effects of flouroquinolones
Tendonitis, tendon rupture, and cartilage damage
What renal issues can expired tetracycline cause?
Fanconi's syndrome
What renal complications can methicillin cause?
Interstitial nephritis
What renal issues can cyclophosphamide cause?
hemorrhagic cystitis
What renal issues can ifosfamide cause?
hemorrhagic cystitis
what is cinchonism?
what causes it?
flushed, sweaty skin, ringing of the ears, blurred vision, impaired hearing, confusion, reversible high-frequency hearing loss, headache, abdominal pain, rashes, vertigo, photosensitivity, dysphoria, nausea and vomiting
Quinidine and quinine
What are the SEs of Quinine?
Cinchonism
What are the SEs of Quinidine?
Cinchonism
What are the neurologic SEs of lithium?
Diabetes Insipidous
What are teh neurologic SEs of demeclocycline?
Diabetes Insipidous
What are the neurologic SEs of Bupropion?
Seizures
What are the neuro SEs of imipenem/cilastatin?
Seizures
what are the neuro SEs of antipsychotics?
tardive dyskinesia
What er the SEs of polymyxins?
nephro and neurotoxicity
what are the Ses of aminoglycosides?
nephrotoxicity and ototoxicity
What are the SEs of loop diuretics?
oto and nephrotoxicity
what are the SEs of cisplatin?
oto and nephrotoxicity
What drugs can cause a disulfiram reaction?
metronidazole
cephalosporins
procarbazine
sulfonylureas
What TB drug causes orange-red pee?
rifampin
HZT
Hypokalemia
hyperlipidemia
hyperuricemia
lassitude
hypercalcemia, hyperglycemia
Loop diuretics
Potassium wasting
met alkalosis
hypotension
ototoxicity
Clonidine
dry mouth
sedation
SEVERE rebound hypertension
Methyldopa
Sedation, + Coombs
Hexamethonium
Severe orthostatic hypotension
blurred vision
constipation
sex dysfunction
Reserpine
Sedation
depression
nasal stuffiness
diarrhea
Guanethidine
Orthostatic and exercise hypotension, sex dysfunction, diarrhea
Prazosin
1st-dose orthostatic hypotension.
dizziness
headache
B-blockers
Impotence
asthma
cardiovascular effects (bradycardia, CHF, AV block)
CNS (sedation, sleep alterations)
Hydralazine
Nausea
headache
lupus like syndrome
reflex tachychardia- use with B-blocker to prevent
angina
salt retention
Minoxidil
Hypertrichosis
pericardial effusion
reflex tachy- use with B-blocker to prevent
angina
salt retention
Nifedipine
dizziness
flushing
constipation
nausea
Nitroprusside
CN tox
Captopril
CAPTOPRIL
Ccough
Angioedema
Proteinuria
Taste changes
hypOtension
Pregnancy probs
Rash
Increased renin
Lower angiotensin II

Hyperkalemia
Losartan
Fetal renal tox
hyperkalemia