Nasonex Or Fluticasone Use W/ Glaucoma

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is fluticasone or nasonex contraindicated w/severe glaucoma or cataracts



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David Says:

The medication Fluticasone "is not" contraindicated in patients with either of those conditions; however Nasonex "IS" contraindicated in patients with BOTH of those conditions.

Here is a complete list of Nasonex's contraindications:

acne rosacea
acne vulgaris
nasal septal perforation
nasal surgery
nasal trauma
ophthalmic administration
perioral dermatitis
status asthmaticus
abrupt discontinuation
asthma
breast-feeding
cataracts
children
corticosteroid hypersensitivity
Cushing’s syndrome
diabetes mellitus
elderly
fungal infection
glaucoma
herpes infection
hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) suppression
increased intracranial pressure
infection
measles
occlusive dressing
ocular exposure
pregnancy
skin abrasion
skin atrophy
surgery
tuberculosis
varicella
viral infection
visual disturbance

Additionally, here is a complete list of Fluticasone's Contraindications:


acne rosacea
acne vulgaris
acute bronchospasm
nasal septal perforation
nasal surgery
nasal trauma
ophthalmic administration
perioral dermatitis
status asthmaticus
asthma
breast-feeding
children
corticosteroid hypersensitivity
corticosteroid therapy
Cushing’s syndrome
diabetes mellitus
elderly
fungal infection
herpes infection
hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) suppression
immunosuppression
infants
infection
measles
milk protein hypersensitivity
occlusive dressing
ocular exposure
osteoporosis
peripheral vascular disease
pregnancy
skin abrasion
skin atrophy
surgery
tuberculosis
vaccination
varicella
viral infection

You can read more about each of these drugs by visiting the links below:
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Fluticasone/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Nasonex/­

I hope this helps!

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