Drug interactions with chlorpheniramine-pseudoephed oral and metaproterenol inhl

chlorpheniramine-pseudoephed oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

A.R.M Oral, Allerest Maximum Strength Oral, Allergy(pseudoephed-chlorphen) Oral, Allerscript Oral, Allertabs Oral, AMBI 60PSE-4CPM Oral, Amerifed Oral, Anafed Oral, Anamine Oral, Anamine TD Oral, Anaplex Oral, Bayfedrine Plus Oral, Biohist LA Oral, Brexin LA Oral, Chlorafed H.S. Oral, Chlorafed Oral, Chlordrine SR Oral, Chlorfed SR Oral, Chlorphedrine SR Oral, Chlor-Pseudo SR Oral, Chlor-Trimeton D Oral, Chlor-Trimeton Decongestant Oral, Codimal L.A. Half Oral, Codimal L.A. Oral, Cold & Allergy Suphedrine Oral, Colfed-A Oral, Cophene #2 Oral, Co-Pyronil 2 Oral, CPM PSE Oral, CPM-PSE Oral, Curaler Oral, Dallergy-D Oral, D-Amine-SR Oral, D-Congestamine Oral, D-Congestamine Tr Oral, Decogest Plus Oral, Deconamine Oral, Deconamine SR Oral, Decongest Multi-Action Oral, Decongest SR Oral, Decongestant Plus Oral, Decongestine TR Oral, Deconomed SR Oral, Decophed Plus Oral, Dorcol Children's Cold Formula Oral, Duratuss DA Oral, Dynafed-ER Oral, Dynahist ER Oral, Genaphed Plus Oral, Hayfebrol Oral, HISDEC Oral, Histalet Oral, Isochlor Oral, Klerist-D Oral, Kronofed-A Oral, Kronofed-A-Jr Oral, LoHist - D Oral, Maxichlor PSE Oral, Med-Hist-Pl Oral, Medi-Phedrine Plus Oral, Mintex Oral, Myfedrine Plus Oral, N D Clear Oral, Nalex Plain DF Oral, Neutrahist Oral, Novafed A Oral, Omadryl DA Oral, Orphedral Ad Oral, PediaCare Cold & Allergy Oral, PediaCare Cold Formula Oral, PediaCare Cold/Allergy Oral, Pedicare Childrens Cold Oral, Poly Hist Oral, Promist Plain Oral, PSE 15-CPM 2 Oral, PSE CPM Oral, Pseudafen Plus Oral, Pseudo Plus Cold & Allergy Oral, Pseudo+ Oral, Pseudo-Chlor Oral, Pseudoephedrine Cold/Allergy Oral, Pseudoephedrine-60 Plus Oral, Pseudogest Plus Oral, Pseudoval Plus Oral, QDALL Oral, Q-Fed Plus Oral, RE2+30 Oral, Rescon-ED Oral, Rhinosyn Oral, Rhinosyn-Pd Oral, Rinade-Bid Oral, Ryna Oral, Sanfed A Oral, Suclor Oral, Sudachem Plus Oral, Sudafed Cold-Allergy Oral, Sudafed Plus Oral, SudaHist Oral, Sudaminic Plus Oral, SudoGest Cold & Allergy Oral, SudoGest Plus Oral, SudoGest Sinus & Allergy Oral, Sud-O-Med Plus Oral, Sufedrin Plus Oral, Su-Phed Plus Oral, Suphedrin Plus Oral, Su-Phedrin Plus Oral, Suphedrine Cold-Allergy Oral, Suphedrine Plus Oral, Su-Phedrine Plus Oral, Thera-Hist Cold & Allergy Oral, Tibamine LA Oral, Time-Hist Oral, Tri Acting Cold-Allergy Oral, Triactin Cold & Allergy Oral, Triacting Cold-Allergy Oral, Triacting Orange Oral, Triaminic Cold/Allergy Oral, Uni-Sed Plus Oral, Wal-Finate-D Oral

All generic drug interactions for chlorpheniramine-pseudoephed oral (lists will include brand and generic names):

metaproterenol inhl brand names and other generic formulations include:

Alupent Inhl, Alupent Refill Inhl, Arm-A-Med (metaproterenol) Inhl, Metaprel Asthma Mist Inhl, Metaprel Inhl, Metaprel Refill Inhl, metaproterenol (refill) Inhl

All generic drug interactions for metaproterenol inhl (lists will include brand and generic names):
Significant - Monitor CloselyPotential for interaction

chlorpheniramine-pseudoephed oral and metaproterenol inhl

chlorpheniramine-pseudoephed oral increases and metaproterenol inhl decreases sedation and drowsiness.

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Significant - Monitor Closely

chlorpheniramine-pseudoephed oral and metaproterenol inhl

Clinical Drug Interactions Source: Medscape from WebMD
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Significant - Monitor CloselyPotential for interaction

metaproterenol inhl and chlorpheniramine-pseudoephed oral

metaproterenol inhl and chlorpheniramine-pseudoephed oral both decrease sedation and drowsiness.

Patient Drug Interactions Source: RxList
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Significant - Monitor Closely

metaproterenol inhl and chlorpheniramine-pseudoephed oral

Clinical Drug Interactions Source: Medscape from WebMD
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Drug Interaction Categories

Contraindicated

Never use this combination of drugs because of high risk for dangerous interaction

Serious

Potential for serious interaction; regular monitoring by your doctor required or alternate medication may be needed

Significant

Potential for significant interaction (monitoring by your doctor is likely required)

Minor

Interaction is unlikely, minor, or nonsignificant

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