stronger warnings about peripheral neuropathy with oral or IV quinolone antibiotics

You'll see stronger warnings about peripheral neuropathy with oral or IV quinolone antibiotics.

Mention "quinolone risks" and most providers think of CNS effects, tendinitis, blood sugar changes, and QT prolongation...not neuropathy.

Explain that even though patients will start seeing these warnings in MedGuides, quinolone-related nerve damage is VERY rare. But it can persist long after the drug is stopped.

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