How does Anectine interact with other medications or food?

If possible, before your doctor administers Anectine, you should discuss all medications and supplements that you use regularly or occasionally with your doctor. Some medications might interact badly with Anectine or might affect the dosage you are treated with. These include:
  • certain anti-malarial drugs, including chloroquine and quinine;
  • certain non-penicillin antibiotics, including clindamycin and aminoglycosides such as gentamicin;
  • aprotinin;
  • beta-adrenergic blockers, including propranolol and terbutaline;
  • cyclophosphamide;
  • desflurane;
  • diethyl ether;
  • digoxin;
  • glucocorticoids, including prednisone;
  • isoflurane;
  • lidocaine;
  • lithium;
  • magnesium salts;
  • metoclopramide;
  • monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs);
  • oral contraceptives or birth control pills;
  • procainamide;
  • promazine;
  • quinidine; and
  • trimethaphan.
Your doctor will advise you about potential interactions with food.

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