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Neutropenia

Medications which may cause neutropenia
acetazolamide alloprinol
asparaginase captopril
carbamazepine cephalosporins
chloramphenicol chlordiazepoxide
chlorpropamide chlorthalidone
cimetidine cyclophosphamide
ethacrynic acid fluorouracil
furosemide gold salts
ibuprofen imipramine
indomethasone meprobamate
methimazole methotrexate
metronidazole nitrofurantoin
penicillamine penicillins
phenothiazines phenylbutazone
phenytoin procainamide
procarbazine propylthiouracil
quinidine quinine
rifampin spironolactone
sulfonamides sulindac
thioridazine tolbutamide
Vancomycin  

Reference(s)

National Institutes of Health, U.S. National Library of Medicine, DailyMed Database.
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