Clidinium Bromide

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martin Says:


clidinium bromide
a. mechanism of action
b. side effect
c. contraindications
d. drug-drug interaction



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Verwon Says:

Clidinium Bromide is an anticholinergic, it's most commonly combined with Chlordiazepoxide to treat conditions such as IBS.

Side effects may include headache, dizziness, difficulty urinating and nasal congestion.

It is generally contraindicated in those that have kidney disease, glaucoma, a blockage of the urinary tract and a few other conditions.

I am unable to check all the possible interactions for you, because there are far too many to list here. However, if there are specific medications you wish to check, I will gladly do so, if you post back with the names of them.

Learn more Clidinium details here.

Can you please post back with more details? Thanks!

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