Drugs That React With Perforomist

Perforomist Interactions Explained

The following sections explain in detail the potentially negative interactions that can occur when Perforomist is combined with any of the drugs listed above.
 
Beta Blockers
Taking Perforomist and a beta blocker together can decrease the effectiveness of both medications. Additionally, people with COPD should generally avoid beta blockers, as they can make their condition worse. While some beta blockers are less likely than others to interact with Perforomist, all beta blockers can potentially cause problems.
 
Certain Diuretics
Taking Perforomist and certain diuretics together can increase your risk of low potassium levels (hypokalemia). Talk to your healthcare provider before using these medications together.
 
Corticosteroids
Combining Perforomist with certain steroids can increase the risk of low blood potassium. Your healthcare provider may need to monitor you more closely.
 
Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs)
Perforomist should be used with extreme caution in combination with MAOIs, as life-threatening reactions could occur. Talk to your healthcare provider before combining Perforomist with an MAOI.
 
QT-Prolonging Medications
Perforomist should be used with extreme caution in combination with any medication that can cause an irregular heart rhythm (arrhythmia), known as QT prolongation. This interaction could cause life-threatening reactions. Talk to your healthcare provider before combining Perforomist with a QT-prolonging medication.
 
Theophylline (Uniphyl, Theocron, TheoCap, Theo-24, Elixophyllin)
Combining Perforomist with theophylline can increase the risk of low blood potassium. Your healthcare provider may need to monitor you more closely.

Perforomist Drug Information

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