Tavanic should be avoided in patients who are receiving?

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1   Voltarol

2   Gaviscon

3   Tofranil

 

A   1, 2, 3

B   1, 2 only

C   2, 3 only

D   1 only

E   3 only

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The answer is D, winner is Mztreasure.
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Quinolones may lower the seizure threshold and they should be used with
caution in patients with a history of epilepsy or conditions that predispose to
seizures. The risk of convulsions is increased if quinolones are administered
concomitantly with NSAIDs such as Voltarol (diclofenac). Absorption of
levofloxacin may be impaired by antacids. Gaviscon (an antacid) should be
taken at a different time from that of levofloxacin. Tofranil contains imipramine,
which is a tricyclic antidepressant that does not have a clinically significant
drug interaction with levofloxacin.

Lady T

C

Uwem Essien

B

Fadeelat

A

Mztreasure

D

O'can

E

Solace

B

Adeniyi-Aogo Toluwalope

E

Clement

C

Eze Hyginus

A

Area

A