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Medications and their Potential to Cause Increase 'Respiratory Distress'(Hypercapnic Respiratory Failure)


This section presents medications that are known to potentially lead to 'Respiratory Distress' as a side effect. It's important to note that mild side effects are quite common with medications.
Please be aware that the drugs listed here are individual medications and may be part of a broader combination therapy. This information is meant to be a helpful resource but should not replace professional medical advice. If you're concerned about 'Respiratory Distress', it's best to consult a healthcare professional.
In addition to 'Respiratory Distress', other symptoms or signs might better match your side effect. We have listed these below for your convenience. If you find a symptom that more closely resembles your experience, you can use it to identify potential medications that might be the cause.

Drugs with the Side Effect - Respiratory Distress

Galsulfase


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills

Methimazole


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills

Methyltestosterone


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills

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Penicillamine


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills

Phenylbutazone


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills

Phenytoin


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills

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Streptomycin


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills

Sulfamethoxazole


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills

Valproic Acid


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills

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Find drugs that can cause other symptoms like 'Respiratory Distress'

References

  1. https://www.fda.gov/drugs/information-consumers-and-patients-drugs/finding-and-learning-about-side-effects-adverse-reactions
  2. https://nctr-crs.fda.gov/fdalabel/ui/search
  3. https://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/
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