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Tobi Podhaler Drug Interactions Explained

The following sections explain in detail the potentially negative interactions that can occur when Tobi Podhaler is combined with any of the drugs listed above.
 
Amphotericin B
Using Tobi Podhaler with amphotericin B could increase your risk for kidney problems. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor your kidney function more closely using blood and urine tests if you take these medicines together.  
 
Bisphosphonates
Combining Tobi Podhaler with a bisphosphonate could lead to low blood calcium levels (hypocalcemia). Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor your blood calcium levels if you take these medicines together.
 
Carboplatin
Taking Tobi Podhaler with carboplatin could increase your risk for inner ear damage, which could lead to hearing loss, ringing in the ears, or balance problems. Talk to your healthcare provider before taking these medicines together.
 
Cephalosporin Antibiotics
Combining Tobi Podhaler with a cephalosporin antibiotic could increase the risk for kidney problems. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor your kidney function more closely using blood and urine tests if you take these medicines together.  
 
Cisplatin
Combining Tobi Podhaler with cisplatin could increase the risk for kidney problems. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor your kidney function more closely using blood and urine tests if you take these drugs together.  
 
Colistimethate
Combining Tobi Podhaler with a colistimethate could increase your risk for certain side effects, including kidney problems. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor you more closely if you take these drugs together.  
 
Cyclosporine
Combining Tobi Podhaler with cyclosporine could increase your risk for kidney problems. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor your kidney function more closely using blood and urine tests if you take these medicines together.  
 
Gallium Nitrate
Combining Tobi Podhaler with gallium nitrate could increase the risk for kidney problems. It is recommended that these medicines not be used together if at all possible. If you need to take both gallium nitrate and Tobi Podhaler, your healthcare provider will closely monitor your kidney function using blood and urine tests.
 
Loop Diuretics
Taking loop diuretics with Tobi Podhaler could increase the chance that you will experience Tobi Podhaler side effects, including kidney and ear problems. Talk to your healthcare provider before taking these medicines together. He or she may want to monitor you more closely for potential side effects.
 
Mannitol
According to the manufacturer of Tobi Podhaler, this medicine should not be used in combination with mannitol, as doing so could increase the risk for Tobi Podhaler side effects.
 
Neuromuscular-Blocking Medications
Combining Tobi Podhaler with neuromuscular-blocking medicines could increase your risk for certain serious side effects, including abnormally slow and shallow breathing. Your healthcare provider will monitor you more closely if you take these drugs together.
 
NSAIDs
Combining Tobi Podhaler with an NSAID may increase the risk for kidney problems. This interaction appears to mainly be a concern in premature infants. However, your healthcare provider may choose to monitor your kidney function more closely using blood and urine tests if you take these drugs together, just to be safe.  
 
Other Aminoglycoside Antibiotics
If you take Tobi Podhaler with other aminoglycoside antibiotics, you may have a higher risk for side effects and may need to be monitored more closely.
 
Vancomycin
Combining Tobi Podhaler with vancomycin could increase the risk for kidney problems. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor your kidney function more closely using blood and urine tests if you take these medicines together.  
 

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