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Does gentamicin injection pediatric interact with other medications?

Gentamicin injection pediatric can interact with certain other medications. Before your child uses this medication, tell your child's doctor about any medications or supplements your child may be taking -- particulary other antibiotics, neuromuscular blockers, amphotericin B, or agalsidase.

Gentamicin may also interact with certain live vaccines; tell your child's doctor if your child has recently received a live vaccine. It is also not a good idea to stop, start, or change any of your child's medications while he or she is receiving gentamicin injections.

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