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Diseases » Pulmonary edema » Medication Causes
 

Drug Causes of Pulmonary edema

Medication causes list:

The list of possible medications or substances mentioned in sources as possibe causes of Pulmonary edema includes:

Drug interactions causing Pulmonary edema:


When combined, certain drugs, medications, substances or toxins may react causing Pulmonary edema.

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.

  • Aeroseb-Dex and Ritodrine interaction
  • Aeroseb-Dex and Yutopar interaction
  • Ak-Dex and Ritodrine interaction
  • Ak-Dex and Yutopar interaction
  • Ak-Trol and Ritodrine interaction
  • Ak-Trol and Yutopar interaction
  • Baldex and Ritodrine interaction
  • Baldex and Yutopar interaction
  • Dalalone and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dalalone and Yutopar interaction
  • Dalalone DP and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dalalone DP and Yutopar interaction
  • Dalalone LA and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dalalone LA and Yutopar interaction
  • Decaderm and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decaderm and Yutopar interaction
  • Decadron and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decadron and Yutopar interaction
  • Decadron dose pack and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decadron dose pack and Yutopar interaction
  • Decadron Nasal Spray and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decadron Nasal Spray and Yutopar interaction
  • Decadron Phosphate Ophthalmic and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decadron Phosphate Ophthalmic and Yutopar interaction
  • Decadron Phosphate Respihaler and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decadron Phosphate Respihaler and Yutopar interaction
  • Decadron Phosphate Turbinaire and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decadron Phosphate Turbinaire and Yutopar interaction
  • Decadron w/Xylocaine and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decadron w/Xylocaine and Yutopar interaction
  • Decadron-LA and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decadron-LA and Yutopar interaction
  • Decaject and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decaject and Yutopar interaction
  • Decaject LA and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decaject LA and Yutopar interaction
  • Decaspray and Ritodrine interaction
  • Decaspray and Yutopar interaction
  • Deenar and Ritodrine interaction
  • Deenar and Yutopar interaction
  • Deone-LA and Ritodrine interaction
  • Deone-LA and Yutopar interaction
  • Deronil and Ritodrine interaction
  • Deronil and Yutopar interaction
  • Dex-4 and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dex-4 and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexacen LA-8 and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexacen LA-8 and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexacen-4 and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexacen-4 and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexacidin and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexacidin and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexacort and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexacort and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexameth and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexameth and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexamethasone and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexamethasone and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexasone and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexasone and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexasone-LA and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexasone-LA and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexo-LA and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexo-LA and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexon and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexon and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexone-4 and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexone-4 and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexone-E and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexone-E and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexone-LA and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexone-LA and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexsone and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexsone and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexsone-E and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexsone-E and Yutopar interaction
  • Dexsone-LA and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dexsone-LA and Yutopar interaction
  • Dezone and Ritodrine interaction
  • Dezone and Yutopar interaction
  • Duo-dezone and Ritodrine interaction
  • Duo-dezone and Yutopar interaction
  • Eye-Ear and Ritodrine interaction
  • Eye-Ear and Yutopar interaction
  • Gammacorten and Ritodrine interaction
  • Gammacorten and Yutopar interaction
  • Hexadrol and Ritodrine interaction
  • Hexadrol and Yutopar interaction
  • Maxidex and Ritodrine interaction
  • Maxidex and Yutopar interaction
  • Mymethasone and Ritodrine interaction
  • Mymethasone and Yutopar interaction
  • Neodecadron and Ritodrine interaction
  • Neodecadron and Yutopar interaction
  • Neodexair and Ritodrine interaction
  • Neodexair and Yutopar interaction
  • Neomycin-Dex and Ritodrine interaction
  • Neomycin-Dex and Yutopar interaction
  • Ocu-Trol and Ritodrine interaction
  • Ocu-Trol and Yutopar interaction
  • Oradexon and Ritodrine interaction
  • Oradexon and Yutopar interaction
  • PMS-Dexamethasone and Ritodrine interaction
  • PMS-Dexamethasone and Yutopar interaction
  • SK-Dexamethasone and Ritodrine interaction
  • SK-Dexamethasone and Yutopar interaction
  • Sofracort and Ritodrine interaction
  • Sofracort and Yutopar interaction
  • Solurex and Ritodrine interaction
  • Solurex and Yutopar interaction
  • Solurex-LA and Ritodrine interaction
  • Solurex-LA and Yutopar interaction
  • Spersadex and Ritodrine interaction
  • Spersadex and Yutopar interaction
  • Tobradex and Ritodrine interaction
  • Tobradex and Yutopar interaction
  • Turbinaire and Ritodrine interaction
  • Turbinaire and Yutopar 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 Pulmonary edema. 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 Pulmonary edema 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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