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I'd like to find a good list of drugs that can interact with MAOIs. A link would be handy. Most lists cover generic categories, I'd like something more professional - something to hand to providers, to print out and carry in my wallet, etc.

any ideas?

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http://www.rxfiles.ca/acrobat/cht-AD-DIs-landscape.pdf

pages 48 and 49 of this (Schatzberg and Nemeroff - I know it's a 1998 version, but mostly applicable, not many new interactors out since then, and I can't find the most recent version online):

http://books.google.com/books?id=svZWkZJJA...;hl=en#PPA49,M1

From the Emsam page:

http://emsam.com/emsam/hcp/content/content...ug_Interactions

(you will have to click through and tell them you are a medical professional)

or:

http://emsam.com/emsam/content/content.jsp...rugInteractions

but the first one is more useful... so I'd use that one.

The MAOI wallet card I'm thinking of advised EMS/ER personnel to not give adrenaline without reducing the dose, etc. (I'm kind of surprised Emsam isn't putting one in the box, now that I think about it.) Anyway, it was an NHS publication and it was yellow/black, and it looked just like their lithium card... if anyone out there has a link? It didn't just say, "For the love of heaven, don't put anything in your mouth without checking with your doctor," but had actual relevant information on it.

None of those are the one of which I was thinking, but the Emsam 'professional' one is as good a bet as any.

I'll hunt around tomorrow if someone hasn't already posted a better link, OK?

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[link=http://www.rxfiles.ca/acrobat/cht-AD-DIs-landscape.pdf"'>http://www.rxfiles.ca/acrobat/cht-AD-DIs-landscape.pdf" target="_blank]http://www.rxfiles.ca/acrobat/cht-AD-DIs-landscape.pdf[/link]

pages 48 and 49 of this (Schatzberg and Nemeroff - I know it's a 1998 version, but mostly applicable, not many new interactors out since then, and I can't find the most recent version online):

[link=http://books.google.com/books?id=svZWkZJJAOEC&pg=PA48&lpg=PA48&dq=MAOI+interactions+card&source=web&ots=QHVCsvfQQW&sig=dM0W_uAGJfV3dWrOu5215ux0Y1k&hl=en#PPA49,M1" target="_blank]http://books.google.com/books?id=svZWkZJJA...;hl=en#PPA49,M1[/link]

From the Emsam page:

[link=http://emsam.com/emsam/hcp/content/content.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=Yes&channelName=HCP/0200@HCP_EMSAM_The_First_Antidepressant_Patch/600@HCP_Drug-Drug_Interactions" target="_blank]http://emsam.com/emsam/hcp/content/content...ug_Interactions[/link]

(you will have to click through and tell them you are a medical professional)

or:

[link=http://emsam.com/emsam/content/content.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=Yes&channelId=-88259#drugInteractions" target="_blank]http://emsam.com/emsam/content/content.jsp...rugInteractions[/link]

but the first one is more useful... so I'd use that one.

The MAOI wallet card I'm thinking of advised EMS/ER personnel to not give adrenaline without reducing the dose, etc. (I'm kind of surprised Emsam isn't putting one in the box, now that I think about it.) Anyway, it was an NHS publication and it was yellow/black, and it looked just like their lithium card... if anyone out there has a link? It didn't just say, "For the love of heaven, don't put anything in your mouth without checking with your doctor," but had actual relevant information on it.

None of those are the one of which I was thinking, but the Emsam 'professional' one is as good a bet as any.

I'll hunt around tomorrow if someone hasn't already posted a better link, OK?

u roc, dood.

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  • 2 weeks later...

I've been on Parnate forever and a day and I can eat a lot of what is considered a no no on the very old lists. Don't know if someone posted an updated version for you or not, but a bunch of the stuff on the old ones are totally ok to eat. I've had elective surgery several times and never had to go off my meds. I mean, if you were in an accident and needed surgery they would do it, so why make you stop meds just for another type of surgery? That never made any sense to me. As long as the docs know you are on an MAO, they can handle it.

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