5 Feb 2010
Quinine can cause thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura-hemolytic uremic syndrome (a syndrome characterized by abnormalities, chiefly blood clots, within the small blood vessels of the body) which can lead to kidney failure.
- Quinine Information for Consumers
- Quinine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Quinine (detailed)
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... cramps. What problems could this cause. It is a great relief taking it.
2 answers • 26 Oct 2009
I have chronic kidney failure stage 4. It is my understanding that quinine is not good for kidneys. My questions is, is this formulation safe for CKF?
1 answer • 12 Feb 2010
My uncle died because they were on a transplanted kidney for 19 years. the docs said that they were helpless because when they tried to raise the ...
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My husband was given acyclovir which has a side effect that produces "alternate mental status" which he got. He has renal kidney failure, ...
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