Top Ten Drugs That Cause Kidney Damage: PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THIS

Top Ten Drugs That Cause Kidney Damage: PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THIS Green Medicine 101
Beat ten medications that cause kidney harm:

1. Anti-microbials, including ciprofloxacin, methicillin, vancomycin, sulfonamides.
2. Analgesics, including acetominophen and non-steroidal calming drugs (NSAID): headache medicine, ibuprofen, naproxen, and others accessible just by solution.
3. COX-2 inhibitors, including celecoxib (mark name Celebrex). Two medications in this class have been pulled back from the market due to cardiovascular lethality: rofecoxib (mark name Vioxx), and valdecoxib (mark name Bextra). These medications are an extraordinary class of NSAID that were produced to be more secure for the stomach, however have an indistinguishable hazard from different NSAIDs for kidney harm.
4. Acid reflux medications of the proton pump inhibitor class, including omeprazole (mark name Prilosec), lansoprazole (mark name Prevacid), pantoprazole (mark name Protonix), rabeprazol (mark names Rabecid, Aciphex), esomeprazole (mark names Nexium, Esotrex).
5. Antiviral medications, including acyclovir (mark name Zovirax) used to treat herpes disease, and indinavir and tenofovir, both used to treat HIV.
6. Hypertension drugs, including captopril (mark name Capoten).
7. Rheumatoid joint inflammation drugs, including infliximab (mark name Remicade); chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, which are utilized to treat jungle fever and systemic lupus erythematosus and additionally rheumatoid joint inflammation.
8. Lithium, used to treat bipolar turmoil.
9. Anticonvulsants, including phenytoin (mark name Dilantin) and trimethadione (mark name Tridione), used to treat seizures and different conditions.
10. Chemotherapy drugs, including interferons, pamidronate, cisplatin, carboplatin, cyclosporine, tacrolimus, quinine, mitomycin C, bevacizumab; and hostile to thyroid medications, including propylthiouracil, used to treat overactive thyroid.

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