A: Acamprosate to Aztreonam.
B: Bacitracin to Butorphanol.
C: Capecitabine to Cycloserine.
D: Dabigatran to Dyphylline.
E: Edetate Calcium Disodium to Exenatide.
F: Famciclovir to Fosfomycin.
H: Hetastarch to Hydroxyurea.
I: Ibandronate to Itraconazole.
K: Kanamycin to Ketorolac.
L: Lacosamide to Lurasidone.
M: Magnesium Citrate to Mycophenolate Mofetil.
N: Nabumetone to Norfloxacin.
O: Ofloxacin to Oxcarbazepine.
P: Paliperidone to Pyridostigmine.
Q: Quinapril to Quinine.
R: Ramipril to Ruxolitinib.
S: Salsalate to Sunitinib.
T: Tadalafil to Trospium.
V: Valacyclovir to Voriconazole.
Z: Zalcitabine to Zonisamide.
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To promote effectiveness and minimize possible toxicity, the dosage of certain medications must be adjusted in persons with compromised kidney function. Failure to enjoin appropriate dosage adjustments in patients with abnormal or rapidly changing kidney function continues to lead to reports of drug toxicity involving a broad array of renally eliminated medications.
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