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If Zofran (ondansetron) caused QTc prolongation, would QT int. go back to normal after stopping the medication? Or is this a permanent change?
Theoretical question- can you drink the medication from an ampoule of Zofran (ondansetron) instead of injecting it and it will still be effective?
No: It is not intendec for oral use. The formulation not to be specific tends to be altered by gastric ph etc. Oral preps are researched to work specifically. ...Read more
Child has injection site reactions on enbrel and vomits after getting shot even with Zofran (ondansetron) what would be a good alternative drug for JRA?
Other biologic.: The details of your child's history and past treatments are unknown, of course, but one could consider an alternative biologic. Each one is designed differently than others. I urge to set up a follow up with your child's pediatric rheumatologist to discuss further. Good luck and hope they feel better. ...Read more
Not really: It was originally used for vomiting induced by chemotherapy and anesthesia, but has become widely used for all types of vomiting including vomiting in pregnancy. No drug is 100% effective and failure rates in studies are as high as 25-30%. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any interactions of these medications? I take zofran, buspar, (buspirone) and xanax as needed.
Can an anti-nausea medication be added to my i.v. sedation line? Such as Zofran (ondansetron) to prevent the effects of the anesthesia?
Is Zofran (ondansetron) 4mg safe if you have a healthy heart? How long after stopping the drug (i took one dose) does the risk for cardiac issues cease?
Can emend be effective on its own for vomiting and nausea? I cant tolerate zofran (ondansetron) or zofran (ondansetron) class drugs.
Preventively only: Emend s effective when administered ahead of time to prevent the nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy but isn't effective after the fact. Emend has quite a number of side effects and interactions with other medications. You need to discuss this with your treating physician. ...Read more