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Drug Causes of Brain damage

Medication causes list:

The list of possible medications or substances mentioned in sources as possibe causes of Brain damage includes:

  • Accurbron
  • Aerolate
  • Aminophyllin
  • Aquaphyllin
  • Asmalix
  • Bronkodyl
  • Choledyl SA
  • Dilor
  • Dilor-400
  • Dyflex
  • Dyphylline
  • Elixomin
  • Elixophyllin
  • Lanophyllin
  • Lufyllin
  • Lufyllin-400
  • Neothylline
  • Phyhllocontin
  • Quibron-T Dividose
  • Quibron-T/SR Dividose
  • Respbid
  • Slo-bid Gyrocaps
  • Slo-Phyllin
  • Slo-Phyllin Gyrocaps
  • Somophyllin
  • Sustaire
  • T-Phyl
  • Theo-24
  • Theo-Dur
  • Theo-Sav
  • Theo-X
  • Theobid Duracaps
  • Theochron
  • Theoclear LA
  • Theoclear-80
  • Theocron
  • Theolair
  • Theolair-SR
  • Theostat-80
  • Theovent
  • Thodspan-SR
  • Truphylline
  • Uni-Dur
  • Uniphyl

Drug interactions causing Brain damage:


When combined, certain drugs, medications, substances or toxins may react causing Brain damage.

The list below is incomplete and various other drugs or substances may cause your symptoms. Always advise your doctor of any medications or treatments you are using, including prescription, over-the-counter, supplements, herbal or alternative treatments.

  • Combid and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Combid and Eskalith interaction
  • Combid and Lithane interaction
  • Combid and Lithium interaction
  • Combid and Lithobid interaction
  • Combid and Lithotabs interaction
  • Compazine and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Compazine and Eskalith interaction
  • Compazine and Lithane interaction
  • Compazine and Lithium interaction
  • Compazine and Lithobid interaction
  • Compazine and Lithotabs interaction
  • Eskatrol and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Eskatrol and Eskalith interaction
  • Eskatrol and Lithane interaction
  • Eskatrol and Lithium interaction
  • Eskatrol and Lithobid interaction
  • Eskatrol and Lithotabs interaction
  • Humalog and Alcohol interaction
  • Humalog Mix 75/25 and Alcohol interaction
  • Humulin 30/70 and Alcohol interaction
  • Humulin 70/30 and Alcohol interaction
  • Humulin BR and Alcohol interaction
  • Humulin L. and Alcohol interaction
  • Humulin N and Alcohol interaction
  • Humulin R and Alcohol interaction
  • Humulin U and Alcohol interaction
  • Humulin U Ultralente and Alcohol interaction
  • Iletin 1 NPH and Alcohol interaction
  • Iletin II Pork and Alcohol interaction
  • Iletin U-40 and Alcohol interaction
  • Iletin U-500 and Alcohol interaction
  • Initard and Alcohol interaction
  • Insulatard NPH and Alcohol interaction
  • Insulin and Alcohol interaction
  • Insulin Aspart (NovoLog) and Alcohol interaction
  • Insulin Human and Alcohol interaction
  • Insulin-Toronto and Alcohol interaction
  • Lantus (Insulin Glargine) and Alcohol interaction
  • Lente Iletin I and Alcohol interaction
  • Lente Iletin II Pork and Alcohol interaction
  • Lente Insulin and Alcohol interaction
  • Lente Purified Pork and Alcohol interaction
  • Mixtard and Alcohol interaction
  • Mixtard Human 70/30 and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin 30/70 and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin 70/30 Penfill and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin L and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin N and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin R and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin Toronto and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin-70/30 and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin-Lente and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin-NPH and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolin0Ultralene and Alcohol interaction
  • NovolinPen and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolinset 30/70 and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolinset and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolinset NPH and Alcohol interaction
  • Novolinset Toronto and Alcohol interaction
  • NovoLog and Alcohol interaction
  • NPH Iletin I and Alcohol interaction
  • NPH Iltein II Pork and Alcohol interaction
  • NPH Insulin and Alcohol interaction
  • NPH Purified Pork and Alcohol interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Cibalith-S interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Eskalith interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Lithane interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Lithium interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Lithobid interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Lithotabs interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Eskalith interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Lithane interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Lithium interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Lithobid interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Lithotabs interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Eskalith interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Lithane interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Lithium interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Lithobid interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Lithotabs interaction
  • Protamine and Alcohol interaction
  • Regal-BID and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Regal-BID and Eskalith interaction
  • Regal-BID and Lithane interaction
  • Regal-BID and Lithium interaction
  • Regal-BID and Lithobid interaction
  • Regal-BID and Lithotabs interaction
  • Regular Concentrated Iletin II and Alcohol interaction
  • Regular Iletin I and Alcohol interaction
  • Regular Iletin II Pork and Alcohol interaction
  • Regular Iletin II U-500 and Alcohol interaction
  • Regular Insulin and Alcohol interaction
  • Regular Purified Pork Insulin and Alcohol interaction
  • Semilente Iletin I and Alcohol interaction
  • Semilente Insulin and Alcohol interaction
  • Semilente Purified Pork and Alcohol interaction
  • Stemetil and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Stemetil and Eskalith interaction
  • Stemetil and Lithane interaction
  • Stemetil and Lithium interaction
  • Stemetil and Lithobid interaction
  • Stemetil and Lithotabs interaction
  • Ultralente Iletin I and Alcohol interaction
  • Ultralente Insulin and Alcohol interaction
  • Ultrazine and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Ultrazine and Eskalith interaction
  • Ultrazine and Lithane interaction
  • Ultrazine and Lithium interaction
  • Ultrazine and Lithobid interaction
  • Ultrazine and Lithotabs interaction
  • Velosulin and Alcohol interaction
  • Velosulin Cartridge and Alcohol interaction
  • Velosulin Human and Alcohol interaction
  • Zinc & Iletin II Pork and Alcohol interaction

About medication causes:

Another misdiagnosis possibility is that a particular medication or substance may be the real cause of the disease. Certain medications, chemicals, toxins or substances may possibly be underlying causes of Brain damage. Side effects of medications, or exposure to toxins, chemicals, or other substances may cause a symptom or condition. Hence, they become possible underlying causes of Brain damage but are often misdiagnosed or overlooked as a cause. For a general overview of this misdiagnosis issue, see Medication Underlying Cause Misdiagnosis.

 

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