Finger Amputation

Finger Amputation

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All medicines have benefits and risks. The risks of medicines are the chances that something unwanted or unexpected could happen to you when you use them, such as Finger Amputation. Side effects can be temporary or long-lasting, and vary in seriousness. It is important to monitor drugs for Finger Amputation and any other side effects. Sometimes Finger Amputation can be reduced with the right treatment.

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Drug Side Effect Episodes associated with Finger Amputation

Episodes: 2
Diagnosed with hyperkeratosis palmaris and plantaris.Side effects: body height decreased, body mass index decreased, bone density decreased, finger amputation, gait disturbance, graft loss, hyperkeratosis, joint contracture, necrosis More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with peripheral ischaemia.Side effects: cyanosis, extremity necrosis, finger amputation, oedema peripheral, pain in extremity, reperfusion injury More
Episodes: 1
Side effects: finger amputation, gangrene More
Episodes: 1
Side effects: calciphylaxis, finger amputation, haemoglobin increased, ischaemia More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with heparin-induced thrombocytopenia.Side effects: activated partial thromboplastin time prolonged, cardiac arrest What is  cardiac arrest, coagulation time prolonged, finger amputation, foot amputation, gangrene, gastrointestinal haemorrhage, international normalised ratio increased, necrosis ischaemic More
Episodes: 7
Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis What is  multiple sclerosis.Side effects: accident, feeling abnormal, finger amputation, influenza like illness, limb injury More
Episodes: 2
Side effects: angiopathy, cardiomyopathy What is  cardiomyopathy, condition aggravated, ejection fraction decreased, finger amputation, myocardial infarction, skin ulcer, stevens-johnson syndrome, thrombosis More
Episodes: 3
Side effects: finger amputation More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with pain What is  pain.Side effects: angiopathy, cardiomyopathy What is  cardiomyopathy, cerebrovascular accident, ejection fraction decreased, finger amputation, hepatic function abnormal, skin disorder, skin ulcer, stevens-johnson syndrome More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with renal transplant.Side effects: angiopathy, diabetes mellitus, finger amputation, hyperglycaemia More
Episodes: 3
Side effects: blister, extremity necrosis, finger amputation, skin graft More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with pancreatic carcinoma.Side effects: allodynia, cyanosis, dry gangrene, dysaesthesia, finger amputation, hyperaemia, hyperaesthesia, paraesthesia, peripheral ischaemia More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with infection What is  infection.Side effects: angiopathy, arterial disorder, arteriosclerosis, finger amputation, hypertension, leg amputation, nausea What is  nausea More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with parkinson's disease What is  parkinson's disease, tremor.Side effects: finger amputation, fungal infection What is  fungal infection, malignant melanoma, nail discolouration More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with cellulitis What is  cellulitis, osteomyelitis.Side effects: blood creatine phosphokinase increased, finger amputation More
Episodes: 2
Diagnosed with hypertension.Side effects: contusion, diabetic gangrene, finger amputation, sepsis What is  sepsis More

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