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List Drugs that cause Pancreatitis

The common drugs (important for USMLE) that can cause pancreatitis are:
  1. Patient on diuretics furosemide, thiazides.
  2. Patient with inflammatory bowel disease sulphasalazine, 5-ASA.
  3. Patient on immunosuppressive agents azathioprine, L-asparaginase.
  4. Patient with history of seizures or bipolar disorder valproic acid.
  5. AIDS patient think about didanosine, pentamidine.
  6. Patient on antibiotics metronidazole, tetracycline
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Really a nice ,helpful post. thnx
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dont forget Propofol!
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Also Exenatide
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