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About this MedsFacts analysis covering adverse side effect reports of CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL) patients who developed DRUG INTERACTION.

MedsFacts provides MD-approved analysis to help both patients, researchers, and physicians accurately assess the risk profile for more than 20,000 different pharmaceutical products. The below report offers compiled information from Food & Drug Administration and MedsFacts user submissions. Between January 2004 and October 2012, 3 individuals taking CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL) reported DRUG INTERACTION to the FDA. A total of 11 CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL) drug adverse event reaction reports were made with the FDA during this time period. Often the FDA only receives reports of the most critical and severe cases; these numbers may therefore underrepresent the complication rate of the medication.

FDA Research Report

Introduction This page is designed to help you determine the relationship, if any, between CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL) and DRUG INTERACTION. In doing so, we compare CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL) with other drugs that cause DRUG INTERACTION, to help you evaluate whether or not CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL) causes DRUG INTERACTION. Likewise, this page shows the most highly-reported side effects of CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL), so you can see if DRUG INTERACTION ranks among CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL)'s most well-known side effects.
Summary Statistics
Reports of any side effect of CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL) : 11
Percentage of CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL) patients where DRUG INTERACTION is a reported side effect: 27.2727%

FDA reports of any drug causing DRUG INTERACTION : 50284
Average percentage for all medicated patients where DRUG INTERACTION is reported as a complication: 0.3152%

Physician opinion on CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL) as adverse event culprit:

Overall opinion for all reports of this drug:
Most frequent diagnoses/indications for prescribing CONCOR COR (BISOPROLOL):
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WARFARIN SODIUM (2875 patients)
OMEPRAZOLE (2503 patients)
FUROSEMIDE (2320 patients)
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ZOCOR (1386 patients)
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ALLOPURINOL (1316 patients)
NEXIUM (1305 patients)
LISINOPRIL (1296 patients)
PLAVIX (1285 patients)
COUMADIN (1225 patients)
RISPERDAL (1144 patients)
METFORMIN HCL (1137 patients)
TRAMADOL HCL (1113 patients)
CYMBALTA (1080 patients)
DIAZEPAM (1047 patients)
METHOTREXATE (1044 patients)
AMLODIPINE (1032 patients)
CLOZAPINE (1019 patients)
FLUOXETINE (987 patients)
LAMICTAL (983 patients)
GABAPENTIN (927 patients)
RISPERIDONE (919 patients)
ZOLOFT (905 patients)
CLONAZEPAM (892 patients)
REMICADE (891 patients)
NEURONTIN (884 patients)
VALPROATE SODIUM (884 patients)
MIRTAZAPINE (883 patients)
FENTANYL (881 patients)
LANSOPRAZOLE (872 patients)
TEGRETOL (871 patients)
EFFEXOR (869 patients)
CARBAMAZEPINE (867 patients)
CORDARONE (855 patients)
PREDNISONE (852 patients)
FLUCONAZOLE (836 patients)
ZYPREXA (834 patients)
PREVISCAN (818 patients)
IBUPROFEN (815 patients)
ALDACTONE (812 patients)
AMIODARONE HCL (805 patients)
SPIRONOLACTONE (781 patients)
LAMOTRIGINE (765 patients)
LITHIUM CARBONATE (764 patients)
XANAX (752 patients)
CYCLOSPORINE (740 patients)
ENALAPRIL MALEATE (732 patients)
NORVASC (730 patients)
CIPROFLOXACIN (712 patients)
CRESTOR (709 patients)
VALPROIC ACID (705 patients)
FOLIC ACID (702 patients)
SYNTHROID (682 patients)
TACROLIMUS (681 patients)
LEXAPRO (673 patients)
WARFARIN (669 patients)
MORPHINE (647 patients)
CLOZARIL (647 patients)
PHENYTOIN (647 patients)
PROPOFOL (639 patients)
OLANZAPINE (634 patients)
ALPRAZOLAM (618 patients)
AMITRIPTYLINE HCL (618 patients)
CLOPIDOGREL (618 patients)
PAROXETINE HCL (616 patients)
DEPAKENE (605 patients)
METOCLOPRAMIDE (601 patients)
CARVEDILOL (586 patients)
METHADONE HCL (586 patients)
LANTUS (578 patients)
SINTROM (577 patients)
ABILIFY (562 patients)
CELEBREX (554 patients)
TORSEMIDE (550 patients)
TRAZODONE HCL (548 patients)
ATORVASTATIN (536 patients)
INSULIN (524 patients)
BISOPROLOL (523 patients)
HALOPERIDOL (522 patients)
PROZAC (517 patients)
PARACETAMOL (508 patients)
AMOXICILLIN (502 patients)
METFORMIN (500 patients)
VENLAFAXINE HCL (500 patients)
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HALDOL (489 patients)
KEPPRA (488 patients)
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PANTOPRAZOLE (485 patients)
RITONAVIR (482 patients)
DEXAMETHASONE (479 patients)
ALBUTEROL (472 patients)
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QUETIAPINE (455 patients)
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WELLBUTRIN (442 patients)
TOPIRAMATE (438 patients)
METRONIDAZOLE (437 patients)
ARICEPT (437 patients)
METOPROLOL (434 patients)
VERAPAMIL (433 patients)
PRAVASTATIN (428 patients)
LEVOFLOXACIN (428 patients)
ALTACE (428 patients)
FOSAMAX (428 patients)
VOLTAREN (424 patients)
TOPAMAX (424 patients)
COLCHICINE (422 patients)
ITRACONAZOLE (413 patients)
EFFEXOR XR (413 patients)
AMBIEN (412 patients)
KLONOPIN (408 patients)
DEPAKOTE (407 patients)
NEORAL (406 patients)
PREDNISONE TAB (406 patients)
RIFAMPICIN (404 patients)
NIFEDIPINE (403 patients)
PROPRANOLOL (402 patients)
LAMIVUDINE (400 patients)
OXYCONTIN (400 patients)
ERYTHROMYCIN (400 patients)
DIOVAN (391 patients)
ZOLPIDEM (384 patients)
VIAGRA (383 patients)
GLEEVEC (382 patients)
COZAAR (382 patients)
DILANTIN (382 patients)
KALETRA (381 patients)
AZATHIOPRINE (380 patients)
GLUCOPHAGE (377 patients)
RANITIDINE (372 patients)
MORPHINE SULFATE (370 patients)
AZITHROMYCIN (367 patients)
TOPROL-XL (367 patients)
FENOFIBRATE (362 patients)
DILTIAZEM (351 patients)
MICONAZOLE (351 patients)
VENLAFAXINE (350 patients)
SPIRIVA (348 patients)
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ZOLPIDEM TARTRATE (315 patients)
ZETIA (313 patients)
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GEODON (304 patients)
LITHIUM (304 patients)
STRATTERA (303 patients)
AMIODARONE (302 patients)
SINEMET (301 patients)
VALSARTAN (300 patients)
HUMIRA (300 patients)
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OXCARBAZEPINE (287 patients)
NORVIR (286 patients)
TRUVADA (286 patients)

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