... weeks and a certain level of something is too low and is getting lower.what is this level and how will it effect her?
15 Dec 2009
It is hard to say because it could be a number of things. Aminophylline needs to be monitored carefully because its therapeutic dose range is very close to its toxic range. Special caution and close monitoring is needed if there is a history of liver or kidney disease, congestive heart failure, smoking or if she is taking other medication that may interfere with aminophylline.
Ask your stepmother what they are checking.
- Aminophylline Information for Consumers
- Aminophylline Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Aminophylline (detailed)
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