Trientine hydrochloride and penicillamine
cannot be considered interchangeable.
challenge test in the diagnosis of Wilson's disease.
The use of trientine in preventing the effects of interrupting penicillamine
therapy in Wilson's disease.
Drug-induced EPS was commonly associated with the use of penicillamine
as previously observed by several reports.
Another important chelator, which is used in patients with severe emesis where oral administration of D penicillamine
is not possible is BAL.
Some of the associated conditions can be remembered with the mnemonic MADPPORES: Marfan syndrome, Acrogeria, Down syndrome, Penicillamine
, Pseudoxanthoma elasticum, Osteogenesis imperfecta, Rothmund-Thomson syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos (some forms), and Scleroderma.
Phase 2 trial of copper depletion and penicillamine
as antiangiogenesis therapy of glioblastoma.
3 This neuropathy is most common in high-risk patient population that includes slow acetylators, patients with HIV, diabetes, chronic renal failure, pregnant and lactating women, malnourished and elderly patients, alcoholics, patient on certain medications that antagonize B6 effect like hydralazine, cycloserine, penicillamine
and antiretroviral drugs.
Idiosyncratic renal damage may be secondary to NSAIDs, penicillins, gold and penicillamine
Several medications have been known to induce scleroderma-like clinical conditions including bleomycin, docetaxel, and penicillamine
16) Some of the other medications that have been tested as a single agent in the treatment of PBC include chlorambucil, penicillamine
, cyclosporine, corticosteroids, azathioprine, mycophenolate mofetil, thalidomide, methotrexate, malotilate, and colchicine.
Chelating agents, such as penicillamine
(Cuprimine[R]) and gold compounds, such as auranofin (Ridaura[R]) are used to decrease inflammation and to slow the destruction of joint tissue.