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Clarithromycin: Side Effects See also Macrolide antibiotics Clarithromycin is a commonly used macrolide antibiotic and is a regular part of regimens for the eradication of Helicobacter pylori, often in combination with a nitromidazole antibiotic as well, in addition to a proton pump inhibitor. Variable rates of adverse events (4-30%) have been reported with clarithromycin. Comparative studies In a double-blind, multicenter trial in 328 patients with H. pylori infection and non-ulcer dyspepsia, omeprazole 20 mg bd, amoxicillin 1 g bd, and clarithromycin 500 mg bd were compared with omeprazole alone. The rate …

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Clarithromycin: Drug-Drug Interactions Antifungal imidazoles In three patients with pulmonary MAC and aspergillosis infections, itraconazole was suggested to increase the plasma concentration of clarithromycin as well as the clarithromycin:14-hydroxyclarithromycin ratio. This effect may have been due to inhibition of CYP3A4 by itraconazole. Antihistamines Toxic effects of terfenadine and astemizole have been reported in patients taking concomitant macrolides, especially clarithromycin, typically resulting in prolongation of the QT interval and cardiac dysrhythmias (torsade de pointes). Cisapride Cisapride can prolong the QT interval, with a risk of ventricular dysrhythmias. Clarithromycin increases …

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Clarithromycin: Organs and Systems Cardiovascular • QT interval prolongation and a ventricular dysrhythmia occurred in an HIV-positive 30-year-old man at the start of intravenous clarithromycin therapy 500 mg 12-hourly. Intravenous clarithromycin caused thrombophlebitis in four patients when it was given inappropriately as a rapid bolus injection instead of a short infusion; the manufacturers have received other reports of similar reactions, even with infusions, but the incidence seems to be considerably lower than with erythromycin. In a prospective, non-randomized study, phlebitis occurred in 15 of 19 patients treated with intravenous erythromycin (incidence rate of …

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