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Dopamine and Ciprofloxacin

Compare Side Effects

% of total side effects reported by users. DISCLAIMER: ALL DATA PROVIDED AS-IS. Data Source: openfda.gov.
Side EffectDopamineCiprofloxacin
RENAL FAILURE4.9% 0.8%
PAIN4.5% 2.6%
INJURY3.9% 0.9%
ANXIETY3.8% 1.9%
UNEVALUABLE EVENT3.7% 0%
FEAR3.2% 0%
HYPOTENSION3% 1.1%
RENAL IMPAIRMENT3% 0.5%
MULTI-ORGAN FAILURE2.9% 0.6%
EMOTIONAL DISTRESS2.8% 0.5%
RENAL INJURY2.8% 0%
DEATH2.7% 0.9%
NAUSEA0.8% 2.7%
DIARRHOEA0.8% 2.6%
STRESS2.5% 0%
PYREXIA1.1% 2.4%
ANHEDONIA2.4% 0%
FATIGUE0.4% 2.3%
ARTHRALGIA0% 2.3%
DRUG INTERACTION0.5% 2.1%
DYSPNOEA1.1% 2%
VOMITING0.7% 2%
RENAL FAILURE ACUTE1.9% 1.2%
PAIN IN EXTREMITY0% 1.9%
DIZZINESS0.4% 1.8%
HEADACHE0% 1.8%
ASTHENIA0.7% 1.7%
DRUG INEFFECTIVE1% 1.6%
CARDIAC ARREST1.6% 0%
RASH0% 1.5%
PNEUMONIA1.2% 1.4%
SEPSIS1.4% 1%
ABDOMINAL PAIN0.4% 1.4%
URINARY TRACT INFECTION0% 1.4%
MALAISE0% 1.4%
DRUG HYPERSENSITIVITY0% 1.4%
DEPRESSION1.2% 1.3%
RESPIRATORY FAILURE1.3% 0.7%
PARAESTHESIA0% 1.3%
MYALGIA0% 1.3%
INSOMNIA0% 1.2%
NEUROPATHY PERIPHERAL0% 1.2%
TENDONITIS0% 1.2%
ANAEMIA0.9% 1.1%
HYPOAESTHESIA0% 1.1%
BACK PAIN0% 1.1%
PRURITUS0% 1.1%
THROMBOCYTOPENIA1% 1%
CONFUSIONAL STATE0.4% 1%
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION1% 0%
BLOOD PRESSURE DECREASED1% 0%
GAIT DISTURBANCE0% 1%
BRADYCARDIA1% 0%
WEIGHT DECREASED0% 1%
CONDITION AGGRAVATED0.9% 0.8%
ATRIAL FIBRILLATION0.9% 0.7%
DEHYDRATION0.5% 0.9%
CHEST PAIN0.4% 0.9%
FALL0.3% 0.9%
TENDON PAIN0% 0.9%
TREMOR0% 0.9%
CARDIAC FAILURE CONGESTIVE0.9% 0%
DECREASED APPETITE0% 0.9%
MUSCULAR WEAKNESS0% 0.9%
CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT0.9% 0%
SEPTIC SHOCK0.8% 0.5%
OEDEMA PERIPHERAL0.4% 0.8%
CARDIAC FAILURE0.8% 0%
CONSTIPATION0% 0.8%
COUGH0% 0.8%
FEELING ABNORMAL0% 0.8%
FEBRILE NEUTROPENIA0% 0.8%
VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA0.8% 0%
CARDIO-RESPIRATORY ARREST0.8% 0%
MUSCLE SPASMS0% 0.8%
NEUTROPENIA0% 0.8%
TENDON RUPTURE0% 0.8%
HAEMOGLOBIN DECREASED0.7% 0.7%
TACHYCARDIA0.7% 0.7%
PLEURAL EFFUSION0.7% 0.6%
HYPERTENSION0.6% 0.7%
PLATELET COUNT DECREASED0.7% 0.5%
GENERAL PHYSICAL HEALTH DETERIORATION0.5% 0.7%
ABDOMINAL PAIN UPPER0% 0.7%
METABOLIC ACIDOSIS0.7% 0%
PALPITATIONS0% 0.7%
PULMONARY EMBOLISM0% 0.7%
ERYTHEMA0% 0.7%
CARDIOGENIC SHOCK0.7% 0%
BLOOD CREATININE INCREASED0.6% 0.5%
ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE INCREASED0.6% 0.5%
OFF LABEL USE0.4% 0.6%
MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN0% 0.6%
PULMONARY OEDEMA0.6% 0%
SHOCK0.6% 0%
DISSEMINATED INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION0.6% 0%
PANCYTOPENIA0% 0.6%
CHILLS0% 0.6%
BLOOD UREA INCREASED0.6% 0%
TINNITUS0% 0.6%
DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS0% 0.6%
BURNING SENSATION0% 0.6%
URTICARIA0% 0.6%
ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE INCREASED0.5% 0.5%
CONVULSION0.5% 0.5%
RHABDOMYOLYSIS0.4% 0.5%
TOXICITY TO VARIOUS AGENTS0.3% 0.5%
TOXIC EPIDERMAL NECROLYSIS0% 0.5%
PULMONARY HYPERTENSION0.5% 0%
LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS0.5% 0%
SYNCOPE0% 0.5%
COAGULOPATHY0.5% 0%
DEPRESSED LEVEL OF CONSCIOUSNESS0.5% 0%
ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME0.5% 0%
VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION0.5% 0%
GASTROINTESTINAL HAEMORRHAGE0.5% 0%
VISION BLURRED0% 0.5%
TENDON DISORDER0% 0.5%
ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY0% 0.5%
JOINT SWELLING0% 0.5%
HYPERSENSITIVITY0% 0.5%
HYPERHIDROSIS0% 0.5%
BALANCE DISORDER0% 0.5%
DYSPHAGIA0% 0.5%
SOMNOLENCE0% 0.5%
MUSCULOSKELETAL STIFFNESS0% 0.5%
INFECTION0% 0.5%
BLOOD GLUCOSE INCREASED0.4% 0%
HYPERKALAEMIA0.4% 0%
ABDOMINAL DISTENSION0.4% 0%
HYPOKALAEMIA0.4% 0%
HAEMORRHAGE0.4% 0%
HYPOXIA0.4% 0%
RESPIRATORY DISTRESS0.4% 0%
HEPATIC FAILURE0.4% 0%
MITRAL VALVE INCOMPETENCE0.4% 0%
ASCITES0.4% 0%
HEPATIC FUNCTION ABNORMAL0.4% 0%
OXYGEN SATURATION DECREASED0.4% 0%
PULMONARY HAEMORRHAGE0.4% 0%
CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE0.4% 0%
HAEMATOCRIT DECREASED0.3% 0%
CARDIAC DISORDER0.3% 0%
ACIDOSIS0.3% 0%
UNRESPONSIVE TO STIMULI0.3% 0%
WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT INCREASED0.3% 0%
ANURIA0.3% 0%
URINE OUTPUT DECREASED0.3% 0%
ARRHYTHMIA0.3% 0%
INTERNATIONAL NORMALISED RATIO INCREASED0.3% 0%
MENTAL STATUS CHANGES0.3% 0%
VENTRICULAR EXTRASYSTOLES0.3% 0%

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