Furose

Furose Contraindications

furosemide

Manufacturer:

Grand Pharma

Distributor:

AGlobal Care
Full Prescribing Info
Contraindications
It should not be given in anuria or in renal failure caused by nephrotoxic or hepatotoxic drugs nor in renal failure associated with hepatic coma. Furosemide should not be given in pre-comatose states associated with hepatic cirrhosis. It should be used with care in patients with prostatic hyperplesia or impairment of micturition that furosemide should not be injected intravenously at a rate exceeding 4 mg/minute although the BNF advises that a single dose of up to 800 mg may be given more rapidly.
Contraindicated are dependent on its effects on fluid and electrolyte balance are similar to those of the thiazide diuretics. Although furosemide is used in high doses for oliguria due to chronic or acute renal impairment it should not be given in anuria or in renal failure caused by nephrotoxic or hepatotoxic drugs nor in renal failure associated with hepatic coma. Furosemide should not be given in pre-comatose states associated with hepatic cirrhosis. It should be used with care in patients with prostatic hyperplasia or impairment of micturition since it can precipitate acute urinary retention.
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