Explain how amiodarone and NSAIDs may interact with furosemide.

Question:

Explain how amiodarone and NSAIDs may interact with furosemide.

Furosemide Interactions:

Furosemide is a common drug used to reduce excess fluids resulting from diseases of the heart and other organs. It can have drug interactions with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and amiodarone.

Answer and Explanation:

Furosemide has interactions with NSAIDs such as aspirin, in particular by harming the kidney, and worsening diuretic issues. Additionally, it could...

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