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What are common drugs that can cause drug-induced lupus?
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Dr. John Goldman
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Common drugs include medications that are used less frequenty now: Hydralazine - a blood pressure medication; Isoniazid - an antituberculosis medication; Procainamide - an anti arrhythmia drug minocycline - an antibiotic pyrazinamide - an anti tuberculosis drug these are a few.
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In brief: There are about 30 o
Common drugs include medications that are used less frequenty now: Hydralazine - a blood pressure medication; Isoniazid - an antituberculosis medication; Procainamide - an anti arrhythmia drug minocycline - an antibiotic pyrazinamide - an anti tuberculosis drug these are a few.
A recent entry into the field are the biologics that are used to treat rheuamtoid arthritis.
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Dr. Arthur Bobrove
Except that minocycline is NOT an anti arrhythmic drug but an antibiotic. I suspect Dr Goldman may have meant Amiodarone, an anti arrhythmia drug.
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