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Ketorolac / phenylephrine / proparacaine / tropicamide ophthalmic Drug Interactions

A total of 419 drugs are known to interact with ketorolac / phenylephrine / proparacaine / tropicamide ophthalmic.

  • 10 major drug interactions
  • 409 moderate drug interactions

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Medications known to interact with ketorolac / phenylephrine / proparacaine / tropicamide ophthalmic

    • galantamine (Razadyne, Reminyl, Razadyne ER)
    • gatifloxacin / prednisolone ophthalmic
    • gentamicin / prednisolone ophthalmic (Pred-G, Pred-G S.O.P.)
    • glycopyrrolate (Robinul, Robinul Forte, Cuvposa, Seebri Neohaler, Lonhala Magnair, Glycate, Glyrx-PF)
    • glycopyrrolate / indacaterol (Utibron Neohaler)
    • guaifenesin / hydrocodone / pheniramine / phenylephrine / phenylpropanolamine (S-T Forte)
    • guaifenesin / hydrocodone / phenylephrine (Mintuss G, Atuss G, Ambi 5/15/100, Tussafed-HC, Levall 5.0, Hydro GP, De-Chlor G, Dynatuss HC, Tussafed-HCG, Uni-Lev 5.0, Crantex HC, Duratuss HD, Simuc-HD, Gentex HC, Donatussin DC, Guiaplex HC, Exetuss-HC, Qual-Tussin DC, Nariz HC, MonteFlu HC, Nazarin HC, HydroFed)
    • guaifenesin / phenylephrine (Deconex, Entex LA, Gilphex TR, Endal, Aldex, Guaiphen-PD, Despec, Xpect-PE, Duomax, Miraphen PE, Triaminic Chest & Nasal Congestion, Refenesen Chest Congestion Relief PE, Mydex, Nazarin, Mucus Relief Sinus, Supress-PE, Chest Congestion Relief PE, Mucus Relief PE, Prolex D, Crantex, Guaiphen-D 600, Guaiphen-D 1200, Donatussin Drops, Simuc, Zotex GPX, Guaifen PE, Norel EX, Aldex G, Nexphen PD, Reluri, Nariz, Duraphen 1000, Lusonex, Dynex LA, Sudex, Extendryl G, Rescon-GG, Maxiphen, Guaphenyl LA, MontePhen, Gentex LA, Xedec II, Liquibid-D, Simuc-GP, Zotex-GP, Duratuss PE, Sitrex PD, Medent-PE, Genexa LA, Ambi 40/1000, J-Max, Medent-PEI, D-Phen 1000, Mucinex Children's Stuffy Nose & Cold, Visonex, Deconex IR, Guiadex PD, Guiatex PE, Entex LQ, Aquatab D, Respa-PE, Sudafed PE Non-Drying Sinus, Liquibid D-R, Liquibid PD-R, Relcof IR, Lusair, D-Tab, ExeTuss, ExeTuss-GP, MucaphEd, Fenesin PE IR, Reese Onetab Congestion & Cough, Nu-COPD, Dimetapp Children's Cold & Chest Congestion, Zyrphen, PE-Guai, Tussi-Pres PE, Sinupan, Deconsal Pediatric, Efasin, Amidal, Chemdal, Quindal, SINUvent PE, Crantex LA Capsules, Amitex LA, Entex ER, Duraphen II, Liquibid-PD, Crantex ER, Liquibid-D 1200, Phenavent LA, Quintex, Phenavent D, Deconsal II, Guaifed Caps, Guaifed PD, Sina-12X, Phenavent, Tussbid, Phenavent PED, Nescon-PD, Pendex, Prolex PD, Duravent PE, Nasex, Crantex LA Tablets, ED Bron GP, Duratuss, Duratuss GP, Sitrex, Wellbid-D, Wellbid-D 1200, Xedec, Nasex-G)
    • guaifenesin / phenylephrine / phenylpropanolamine (Guaifenex, Fentex, Norel, Cyntex Liquid, Guiatex, Ami-Tex, Duratex, Banex, Phenylfenesin, Dura-Gest, Equi-Tex, Phentex, Altex Liquid, Entac, Enomine, Coldloc)
    • guaifenesin / phenylephrine / pyrilamine (Ryna-12X, A-Tan 12X)
    • guanadrel (Hylorel)
    • guanethidine (Ismelin)
    • guanethidine / hydrochlorothiazide (Esimil)
    • olodaterol (Striverdi Respimat)
    • olodaterol / tiotropium (Stiolto Respimat)
    • orphenadrine (Norflex, Flexon, Orphenate, Orfro, Norflex Injectable, Antiflex, Banflex, Flexoject, Mio-Rel, Myolin)
    • oxybutynin (Ditropan, Ditropan XL, Oxytrol, Gelnique, Oxytrol for Women, Urotrol, Anturol)

    Ketorolac / phenylephrine / proparacaine / tropicamide ophthalmic disease interactions

    There are 7 disease interactions with ketorolac / phenylephrine / proparacaine / tropicamide ophthalmic which include:

    Drug Interaction Classification

    These classifications are only a guideline. The relevance of a particular drug interaction to a specific individual is difficult to determine. Always consult your healthcare provider before starting or stopping any medication.
    Major Highly clinically significant. Avoid combinations; the risk of the interaction outweighs the benefit.
    Moderate Moderately clinically significant. Usually avoid combinations; use it only under special circumstances.
    Minor Minimally clinically significant. Minimize risk; assess risk and consider an alternative drug, take steps to circumvent the interaction risk and/or institute a monitoring plan.
    Unknown No interaction information available.

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