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Ketoconazole: Side Effects See also Antifungal azoles Ketoconazole was the first azole available for oral administration. However, it has been supplanted by newer azoles with fewer adverse effects and more reliable absorption from the gastrointestinal tract. Even after years of use, new adverse effects (often related to high doses and/or newer indications) continue to be reported. Ketoconazole is water-soluble at a pH of below 3. Its oral absorption is influenced by the acidity of the stomach contents, and the concomitant administration of histamine H2 receptor antagonists, proton pump inhibitors, antacids, or food affects its absorption. A high carbohydrate meal ingested with ketoconazole reduces total drug absorption, while a high lipid meal …

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Ketoconazole: Drug-Drug Interactions Aciclovir Ketoconazole seems to have a synergistic antiviral effect when it is taken with aciclovir. Alcohol A disulfiram-type reaction of ketoconazole with alcohol has been reported. Amphotericin Combination of ketoconazole with amphotericin reportedly leads to antagonism, particularly if ketoconazole therapy precedes amphotericin. Antacids Co-administration of antacids reduces the absorption of ketoconazole. Antihistamines Ketoconazole can increase the concentrations of astemi-zole and terfenadine by inhibition of CYP3A4. High concentrations of terfenadine can cause cardiac toxicity. Increased plasma concentrations of unmetabolized terfenadine prolong the QT interval and carry the risk of torsade de pointes and other fatal ventricular arrhythmias. Ebastine (10 and 20 mg/day) had no clinically important effect on QTC …

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Ketoconazole: Organs and Systems Respiratory Patients undergoing esophagectomy are at increased risk of acute lung injury, perhaps related to increased concentrations of thromboxane in the postpulmonary circulation. In 38 consecutive patients undergoing esophagectomy, perioperative ketoconazole, which inhibits thromboxane synthesis, reduced the incidence of acute lung injury. Nervous system Headache, dizziness, nervousness, and somnolence have been reported. The incidences are low. Encephalopathy can occur as a result of severe liver damage. Sensory systems Eyes Papilledema has been reported in one patient taking ketoconazole. The condition cleared on withdrawal of ketoconazole and recurred on resumption 2 months later. Psychological, psychiatric In one patient taking a high dosage for prostate cancer, weakness was associated …

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