Drug Index

Phenazone

 
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Mechanism :

Phenazone is an NSAID.


Indication :

• Otic inflammation

• Removal of earwax


Contraindications :

Allergy to pyrazolines or other NSAIDs.

G6PD deficiency, porphyria. Otic/Aural: Perforated eardrums.


Dosing :

4-6 drops (0.5% otic drops) 3-4 times daily in the affected ears depending on the severity of inflammation.


Adverse Effect :

Hypersensitivity reactions, dizziness.


Interaction :

Liver Enzyme Inhibitors or Inducers: May affect metabolism of drugs metabolised by liver enzymes. Metabolism may be affected by liver enzyme inhibitors or inducers.


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