By Jerome Z. Litt, Neil Shear

Litt’s Drug Eruptions and Reactions handbook (D.E.R.M.), is a consultant to drug eruptions, antagonistic reactions and clinically proper drug–drug interactions linked to over 1300 medications. this easy, well-organised ebook systematically catalogues adversarial reactions and cutaneous side-effects of substances which are used to regard dozens of conditions.
Internationally depended on for almost 2 a long time by way of dermatologists and scientific practitioners, the booklet includes exact profiles for medications which are indexed and listed in alphabetical order. The booklet holds finished drug details and gives an remarkable specialise in cutaneous and mucosal response patterns.
Over 35,000 hostile reactions and drug eruptions are indexed, and anyplace attainable, prevalence degrees for reactions are incorporated. response listings and occurrence info are supported by means of hundreds of thousands of updated, peer-reviewed references from MEDLINE, together with drug trials, assessment articles and case stories.
Also within the seventeenth version:
• being pregnant type info for over a thousand medicinal drugs, integrated for the 1st time
• supplementations, vaccines and different biologics additionally profiled
• Over 60 new drug profiles added

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Com AMINOLEVULINIC ACID Edema (35%) [5] Skin Anaphylactoid reactions/Anaphylaxis (1986): Leloire O+, Presse Med (French) 15, 34 Angioedema (1967): Horky K+, Schweiz Med Wochenschr (German) 98, 1843 (2004): Dragieva G+, Transplantation 77(1), 115 (2004): Piacquadio DJ+, Arch Dermatol 140(1), 41 Erosions (14%) Erythema (99%) [8] (2006): Misra A+, Plast Reconstr Surg 117(7), 2522 (2006): Wiegell SR+, Br J Dermatol 154(5), 969 Erythema (1987): Williams DS+, Br J Radiology 60, 1226 Exfoliative dermatitis (when treated for acne) [3] Exanthems [8] (2006): Wiegell SR+, Br J Dermatol 154(5), 969 (2000): Hongcharu W+, J Invest Dermatol 115, 183 (1990): Vanek N+, Med Pediatr Oncol 18, 162 (1987): Williams DS+, Br J Radiology 60, 1226 Exfoliative dermatitis (1967): Horky K+, Schweiz Med Wochenschr (German) 98, 1843 Hypomelanosis (22%) Keratoacanthoma (2006): Maydan E+, J Drugs Dermatol 5(8), 804 Lupus erythematosus (>10%) Koebner phenomenon (psoriasis) (1980): McCraken M+, BMJ 281, 1254 (1996): Stender IM+, Acta Derm Venereol 76, 392 Pruritus (5%) Psoriasis Melanoma (1997): Wolf P+, Dermatology 194, 53 (on scalp) (1984): Coltart RS, Br J Radiol 57, 531 Photosensitivity [3] Purpura (1994): Stratakis CA+, Am J Hosp Pharm 51, 2589 Rash (>10%) Urticaria (2007): Zeltser R+, Cutis 80(2), 124 (2002): Hinnen P+, J Photochem Photobiol B 68(1), 8 Phototoxicity (2007): Angell-Petersen E+, Br J Dermatol 156(2), 301 Hair Hirsutism (1–10%) Mucosal Oral mucosal eruption Pigmentation (when treated for acne) (22%) [3] (2003): Clark C+, Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed 19(3), 134 (2%) (2002): Monfrecola G+, J Photochem Photobiol B 68(2-3), 147 (1984): Coltart RS, Br J Radiol 57, 531 (1967): Horky K+, Schweiz Med Wochenschr (German) 98, 1843 Pruritus (25%) Pustules (<4%) (2006): Wiegell SR+, Br J Dermatol 154(5), 969 Oral ulceration (1984): Coltart RS, Br J Radiol 57, 531 Central Nervous System Headache Neuromuscular/Skeletal Myalgia/Myositis/Myopathy/Myotoxicity (3%) Endocrine/Metabolic Inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) (1986): Box M+, Br J Urol 58(6), 724 Scaling (64–71%) Scar (2003): Clark C+, Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed 19(3), 134 (2%) Stinging (>50%) (2009): Liang J+, Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed 25(6), 293 (1997): Jeffes EW+, Arch Dermatol 133, 727 Ulcerations (4%) Urticaria (2005): Yokoyama S+, J Dermatol 32(10), 843 (photocontact) Vesiculation (4%) AMINOLEVULINIC ACID Trade name: Levulan Kerastick (Dusa) Indications: Non-hyperkeratotic actinic keratoses of face and scalp Class: Photosensitizer, Protoporphyrin IX (PpIX) (wakefulness promoting agent) Half-life: 20–40 hours Clinically important, potentially hazardous interactions with: none known Pregnancy category: C Note: To be used in conjunction with the Blue Light Photodynamic Therapy Illuminator.

Com AMILORIDE AMINOCAPROIC ACID Trade names: Amikal, Kaluril, Medamor, Midamor (Merck), Midoride, Modamide, Moduretic (Merck), Nirulid, Ride Indications: Prevention of hypokalemia associated with kaliuretic diuretics, management of edema in hypertension Class: Diuretic, potassium-sparing Half-life: 6–9 hours Clinically important, potentially hazardous interactions with: ACE inhibitors, benazepril, captopril, cyclosporine, enalapril, fosinopril, lisinopril, magnesium, moexipril, potassium salts, quinapril, quinidine, ramipril, spironolactone, trandolapril, zofenopril Pregnancy category: B Note: Moduretic is amiloride and hydrochlorothiazide.

Tekamlo is amlodipine and aliskiren. com Otic Tinnitus Ocular Keratopathy AMOXAPINE (2006): Dovie JM+, Optometry 77(2), 76 AMOBARBITAL To make room for newer and more frequently used drugs, the entry for this product has been excluded. M.

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