Drug interactions with aspirin-dipyridamole oral and theophylline oral

aspirin-dipyridamole oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Aggrenox Oral

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

theophylline oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Aerolate 111 Oral, Aerolate III TD Oral, Aerolate Jr Oral, Aerolate Sr Oral, Aquaphyllin Oral, Asmalix Oral, Bronkodyl Oral, Bronkodyl Sr Oral, Constant-T Oral, Elixophyllin Oral, Elixophyllin Sr Oral, Liquophylline Oral, Lixolin Oral, Lodrane-130 Oral, Lodrane-260 Oral, Norophylline Oral, Quibron-T Oral, Quibron-T/SR Oral, Respbid Oral, Slo-Bid 100 Oral, Slo-Bid 300 Oral, Slo-Bid 50 Oral, Slo-Bid 75 Oral, Slo-Bid Gyrocaps Oral, Slo-Phyllin 80 Oral, Slo-Phyllin Oral, Somophyllin-CRT Oral, Sustaire Oral, Theo Liquid Oral, Theo Oral, Theo-24 Oral, Theobid Duracap Oral, Theobid Jr Oral, Theobid Oral, Theobron Sr Oral, TheoCap Oral, Theochron Oral, Theoclear La-130 Oral, Theoclear La-260 Oral, Theoclear La-65 Oral, Theoclear-100 Oral, Theoclear-200 Oral, Theoclear-80 Oral, Theo-Dilate Oral, Theo-Dur Oral, Theolair Oral, Theolair-SR Oral, Theo-Lix Oral, Theolixir Oral, Theophyl Oral, Theophyl-225 Oral, Theophyl-Sr Oral, Theorex Oral, Theo-Sav Oral, Theospan-Sr Oral, Theostat 80 Oral, Theostat Oral, Theovent Oral, Theo-X Oral, T-Phyl Oral, Truxophyllin Oral, Uni-Dur Oral, Uniphyl Oral

All generic drug interactions for theophylline oral (lists will include brand and generic names):
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Potential for serious interaction; regular monitoring by your doctor required or alternate medication may be needed


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