Haldol and ativan im compatibility

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• Steroids
• Antihistamines – Dimetane, Clistin, Tavist, Vistaril and Benadryl.
• Lithium
• Methyldopa
• Naproxen
• Antidepressants – Vivactil, Elavil, Anafranil, Norpramin, Pamelor, and Surmontil.
• Interferons
• High blood pressure drugs
• Beta blockers (particularly those used for glaucoma)
• Quinidine
• Insulin
• Benzodiazepines – Ativan, Dalmane, Librium, Klonopin, Doral, Versed, Restoril, Valium and Xanax.
• Parkinson’s disease – scopolamine, glycopyrrolate, and atropine.
• Antipsychotics – Haldol and Mellaril.
• Barbiturates – Amytal, Seconal, Phenobarbital and Nembutal.
• Epilepsy – Phenytoin and Dilantin.
• Chemotherapy drugs
• Antibiotics (quinolones)
• Painkillers – heroin, codeine and morphine.
• Sleeping pills – Sonata, Lunesta and Ambien.

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Haldol and ativan im compatibility

haldol and ativan im compatibility


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