Drug interactions with sodium lactate iv and pseudoephedrine oral

sodium lactate iv brand names and other generic formulations include:

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All generic drug interactions for sodium lactate iv (lists will include brand and generic names):

pseudoephedrine oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

12 Hour Cold Caplet Oral, 12 Hour Cold Relief Oral, 12 Hour Decongestant Oral, Adult Nasal Decongestant Oral, Allerfed (pseudoephedrine) Oral, Aprofed Oral, Bayfedrine Oral, Biofed Oral, Biogest Oral, Bromaline Pediatric Oral, Bromtapp Pediatric Oral, Cenafed Oral, Children's Nasal Decongestant Oral, Children's Nu-Fedrin Oral, Children's Pseudoephedrine Oral, Children's Pseuphedrin Oral, Children's Silfedrine Oral, Children's Sudafed Non-Drowsy Oral, Children's Sudafed Oral, Children's Suphedrin Oral, Children's Suphedrine Oral, Congest Aid Oral, Congestaclear Oral, Congestion Relief (pseudoephedrine) Oral, Congestrol D Oral, Decofed Oral, Decofed-La Oral, Decogest Oral, Decongest-Aid Oral, Decongestant (pseudoephedrine) Oral, Decongestant 60 Oral, Decorin Oral, Dibromm Extended Release Nasal Oral, Dimetapp 12-Hour Oral, Dimetapp Decongestant Oral, Dimetapp Pediatric Oral, Dorcol Children's Decongestant Oral, Eclasufed Oral, Eclasufed S.R. Oral, Efidac/24 Oral, ElixSure Congestion Oral, Fedrin Oral, Genaphed Oral, Halofed Oral, Infant Decongestant Oral, Infant Nasal Decongestant Oral, Isophed D Oral, Isophed Oral, Kid Kare Infant Oral, Kidcare Decongestant Oral, Long Acting Nasal Decongestant (PSE) Oral, Lophedrine Oral, Maxi Decofed Oral, Medi-Phedrine Oral, Myfedrine Oral, Myfedrine Pediatric Oral, Nasal & Sinus Decongestant Oral, Nasal Decongestant (pseudoephedrine) Oral, Nasal-Sinus Decongestant Oral, Neofed Oral, Neo-Synephrine Day Relief Oral, Nexafed Oral, Novafed Oral, Novafed Timed Release Oral, Pedia Relief Infant Nasal Oral, PediaCare Infant Oral, Pediatric Decongestant Oral, Pediatric Nasal Decongestant Oral, Pedicare Decongestant Oral, Pharm-A-Fed Oral, Pseudafen Oral, Pseudefrin Oral, Pseudo Oral, Pseudoephedrine Nasal Decon Oral, Pseudofed Oral, Pseudo-Gest Oral, Pseudoval Oral, Q-Fed Oral, Ridafed Oral, Seudo-Liquid Oral, Seudotabs Oral, Silfedrine Oral, Sinus & Allergy Non-Drowsy Oral, Sinus 12 Hour Oral, Sinus Decongestant Oral, Slofed 60 Oral, Suda 60 Oral, Sudachem Oral, Sudafed 12 Hour Oral, Sudafed 24 Hour Oral, Sudafed Oral, Sudafed S.A. Oral, Suda-Tab Oral, Sudecon S.A. Oral, Sudodrin Forte Oral, Sudodrin Oral, Sudodrine Oral, Sudogest 12-hour Oral, Sudogest Childrens Oral, Sudogest Oral, Sudophed Oral, Sudrin Oral, Sudrine Oral, Sufedrin Oral, Superfed Oral, Suphedrin 12 Hour Oral, Suphedrin Oral, Suphedrine 12 Hour Oral, Suphedrine Oral, Su-Phedrine Oral, Triaminic AM Decongestant Oral, Triaminic Infant Decongestant Oral, Tylenol Simply Stuffy Oral, Unifed Oral, Uni-Sed Oral, Valu-Tapp Decongestant Oral, Wal-phed 12 Hour Oral, Wal-Phed D Oral, Zephrex-D Oral

All generic drug interactions for pseudoephedrine oral (lists will include brand and generic names):
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sodium lactate iv and pseudoephedrine oral

sodium lactate iv will increase the level or effect of pseudoephedrine oral by affecting how the drug is eliminated from the body through the kidneys if the urine is not acidic.

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sodium lactate iv and pseudoephedrine oral

sodium lactate iv will increase the level or effect of pseudoephedrine oral by passive renal tubular reabsorption - basic urine.

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