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Old 07-17-2010
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Gray baby syndrome ----> Chloramphenicol induced

Gray man syndrome ----> Amiodarone induced

Red man syndrome ----> Vancomycin induced
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For Amiodarone ....it's more a blue than a gray even they call it Smurf colored
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well in DIT videos they say it as grey but i will check on it from other sources again
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Well we can add Blue baby syndrome due to methemoglobinaemia caused by excessive intake of nitrates.
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Blue baby syndrome-----> cyanosis of new born
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red orange discoloration of body fluids ---> Rifampin (anti-TB inhibits DNA dependent RNA Polymerase
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