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Drug Drugs Causing Acute Interstitial Nephritis

FEVER + RASH + JOINT PAIN = AIN

Drugs are SCARP

SCARP
S= SULFA DRUG
C= CEPHALOSPORIN
A= ALLOPURINOL , ASPIRIN ( NSAIDs )
R= RIFAMPIN
P= PENICILLIN , PPI
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But where's NSAIDs in the list
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In list there is Aspirin ... most common NSAIDs that causes AIN ........ OK let me put NSAIDs there ..
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In list there is Aspirin ... most common NSAIDs that causes AIN ........ OK let me put NSAIDs there ..
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