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Polyethylene glycol 3350 with electrolytes Drug Interactions

Currently displaying a list of 660 drugs known to interact with polyethylene glycol 3350 with electrolytes.

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Medications known to interact with polyethylene glycol 3350 with electrolytes

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  • galantamine (Razadyne, Reminyl, Razadyne ER)
  • gatifloxacin (Tequin, Tequin Teqpaq)
  • gemifloxacin (Factive)
  • goserelin (Zoladex, Zoladex 3-Month)
  • granisetron (Kytril, Sancuso, Sustol, Granisol)
  • grepafloxacin (Raxar)
  • guaifenesin / hydrocodone (Execlear, Narcof, Hydrocod-GF, Vortex, Condasin, Flowtuss, Kwelcof, Fentuss Expectorant, Vicotuss, Pneumotussin 2.5, Monte-G HC, Obredon, CodiCLEAR DH, Maxi-Tuss HCG, EndaCof-Tab, Ztuss ZT, Tusso-HC, Vicodin Tuss, Hycotuss Expectorant, Pneumotussin HC, Propatuss Expectorant, Vi-Q-Tuss, Co-Tussin, Codotuss, Co-Tuss V Expectorant, Vicoclear, Endacof XP, Hycosin Expectorant, G-Tuss, Hycoclar Tuss, Cotuss V, Vitussin Expectorant, Hydrotuss, Gua HC, Hycoclear, Medcodin, Entuss, Pneumotussin, Tusso-DF, Execof, Pancof XP, Touro HC, Xpect-HC, Atuss HX, Extendryl HC, Hydro-Tussin HG, Canges-XP, Z-Cof HCX, Tussicle, A-Cof DH, Relasin-HCX)
  • guaifenesin / hydrocodone / pheniramine / phenylephrine / phenylpropanolamine (S-T Forte)
  • guaifenesin / hydrocodone / pheniramine / phenylpropanolamine / pyrilamine
  • 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 / hydrocodone / pseudoephedrine (Hycofenix, Entuss-D JR, Decotuss-HD, Vanex Expectorant, Tussadur-HD, Tussend Expectorant, Detussin Expectorant, Tussgen Expectorant, SRC Expectorant, Nalex Expectorant, Deconamine CX, Poly-Tussin XP, Entuss-D, Hydrotussin HD, KG-Tuss HD, Medtuss HD, Spantuss HD, Vanacon, Su-Tuss HD Elixir, Tussafin Liquid, Hytussin Expectorant, Drituss HD, Hydro-Tuss XP, Dynex HD, Entex HC, Pseudatex HC)
  • guaifenesin / hydromorphone (Dilaudid Cough Syrup)
  • guaifenesin / oxtriphylline (Brondelate, Theocon Elixir)
  • guaifenesin / phenylephrine / phenylpropanolamine (Guaifenex, Norel, Cyntex Liquid, Fentex, Guiatex, Ami-Tex, Duratex, Banex, Phenylfenesin, Dura-Gest, Equi-Tex, Phentex, Altex Liquid, Entac, Enomine, Coldloc)
  • guaifenesin / phenylpropanolamine (Lantex-LA, Nasahist LA, Enomine LA, Guiatex LA, ULR-LA, Phenylfenesin LA, Phentex-LA, Guaipax, Partuss-LA, Banex-LA, Medex-LA, Rymed-TR, Stamoist LA, Exgest LA, Maxcosin LA, Profen LA, Guaivent, Sinuvent, Guaifenex PPA 75, Guiavent ER, Naldecon-EX Pediatric, Coldloc-LA, Despec CR, Ephensin-LA, G-Vent, PPA-GG CR, Vanex-LA, Genamin Expectorant, Triac Expectorant, Miraphen LA, Ami-Tex LA)
  • guaifenesin / theophylline (Quibron, Glyceryl T, Theophyll-GG, Elixophyllin GG, Theomar GG, Broncodur, Asbron G, Slo-Phyllin GG, Uni Bronchial, Bronchial, Theolate, Quibron 300, Theocon, Q-B, Broncomar GG, Solu-Phyllin GG, Equibron G, Theo G, Ed-Bron G)
  • guanethidine / hydrochlorothiazide (Esimil)
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  • quetiapine (Seroquel, Seroquel XR)
  • quinapril (Accupril)
  • quinidine (Quinora, Quinidex Extentabs, Cardioquin, Quinaglute Dura-Tabs, Quin-Release, Quin-G)
  • quinine (Qualaquin, QM-260)
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Polyethylene glycol 3350 with electrolytes alcohol/food interactions

There is 1 alcohol/food interaction with polyethylene glycol 3350 with electrolytes

Polyethylene glycol 3350 with electrolytes disease interactions

There are 5 disease interactions with polyethylene glycol 3350 with electrolytes which include:

Drug Interaction Classification

The classifications below are a general guideline only. It is difficult to determine the relevance of a particular drug interaction to any individual given the large number of variables.
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 information available.

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