Drug interactions with phentolamine inj and salsalate oral

phentolamine inj brand names and other generic formulations include:

Regitine Inj

All generic drug interactions for phentolamine inj (lists will include brand and generic names):

salsalate oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Amigesic Oral, Anaflex Oral, Argesic-Sa Oral, Artha-G Oral, Diagen Oral, Disalcid Oral, Marthritic Oral, Mono-Gesic Oral, Salflex Oral, Salgesic Oral, Salsitab Oral

All generic drug interactions for salsalate oral (lists will include brand and generic names):
Significant - Monitor CloselySignificant interaction possible (monitoring by your doctor required)

phentolamine inj and salsalate oral

phentolamine inj decreases effects of salsalate oral by opposing drug effects. Potential for reduced effectiveness.

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Significant - Monitor CloselySignificant interaction possible, monitor closely.

phentolamine inj and salsalate oral

phentolamine inj decreases effects of salsalate oral by pharmacodynamic antagonism. NSAIDs decrease prostaglandin synthesis.

Clinical Drug Interactions Source: Medscape from WebMD
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Significant - Monitor CloselySignificant interaction possible (monitoring by your doctor required)

salsalate oral and phentolamine inj

salsalate oral decreases effects of phentolamine inj by opposing drug effects. Potential for reduced effectiveness.

Patient Drug Interactions Source: RxList
© 2014 RxList, Inc.
Significant - Monitor CloselySignificant interaction possible, monitor closely.

salsalate oral and phentolamine inj

salsalate oral decreases effects of phentolamine inj by pharmacodynamic antagonism. NSAIDs decrease prostaglandin synthesis.

Clinical Drug Interactions Source: Medscape from WebMD
© 1994-2014 WebMD, LLC.

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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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