Low-Risk Drugs

Low-risk drugs which can probably be given in NORMAL THERAPEUTIC DOSES to G-6-PD-deficient subjects without nonspherocytic hemolytic anemia.
Some of these drugs may appear also in the list of Unsafe Drugs (marked as Low Risk).
Always consult your doctor.

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Analgesic Antipyretic2Acetaminophen (paracetamol, Tylenol, Tralgon, hydroxyacetanilide)12/5/2017 Note
Analgesic Antipyretic3Acetophenetidin (phenacetin)10/29/2017
Analgesic Antipyretic4Aminopyrine (Pyramidon, amidopyrine)10/29/2017
Antihistamines27Antazoline11/2/2017
Analgesic Antipyretic5Antipyrine10/29/2017
Immunosuppressive 36Azathioprine (use with caution)9/19/2018 Note
Antispasmodic35Baclofen (use with caution)9/19/2018 Note
Antiparkinsonians28Benzexolo11/2/2017
Antibiotic7Chloramphenicol10/29/2017
Antimalarial18Chloroquine11/2/2017