- Ask an Expert Diuretics and Allergies - NetWellness
- Sulfa allergy - Science Publications
- Drug Allergy Doctor Washington DC Dr. Michael Kletz
- Sulfonamide medicine - pedia
Ask an Expert Diuretics and Allergies - NetWellness
The term 'sulfur allergy' is misleading and dangerous and should not be used.
Sulfa allergy - Science Publications
Sulfa drugs (also ed sulphur drugs or sulfonamide-containing drugs) is an imprecise term that generally refers to drugs that contain a sulfonamide functional in their chemical structure.
Drug Allergy Doctor Washington DC Dr. Michael Kletz
Objective To report the safe and successful use of the carbonic anhydrase inhibitor acetazolamide for treatment of patients with episodic ataxia and periodic paralysis who had been denied treatment because of a history of severe allergic reactions to antibiotic sulfonamides. Setting University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York.
Sulfonamide medicine - pedia
If you have a true allergy to sulfa medications then Lasix may not be for you. If you have difficulty breathing, or your airways feel like they are closing off, or a rash has developed, specifiy on the trunk of the body, then you should stop taking this medication immediately and consult with your pharmacist and health care provider.
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