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Can Amphotericin B cause kidney failure?

Posted 23 Nov 2013 by dialnomore 1 answer

Amphotericin B - What is the stability duration of IV fungizone if it reconstituted and diluted?

Posted 7 Mar 2011 by ayman85 1 answer

Diluted to 0.15% to be taken as eye drops? and is it harmful if administrated for 2 weeks after reconstitution? Note: It is refrigerated at (8c-2c)

Has there been any cases of amphotericin b causing severe heart damage?

Posted 15 Apr 2010 by xtcmaker4u 1 answer

One day I came down with congestive heart failure and upon looking at my heart, they said it was damaged as bad as if I were shooting major drugs for more than 10 years. The only drug I ever had in my veins is this one. I need help finding where to go and who to call about this problem.

Amphotericin B Lipid Complex - After mixing, how quickly must this drug be administered?

Posted 17 May 2010 1 answer

My sister has disseminated coccidioidomycosis [meningitis] and she seems to be relapsing; I'm concerned that the drug is not being administered in a timely manner.

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