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Table 2 Drugs that may induce rhabdomyolysis

From: Bench-to-bedside review: Rhabdomyolysis – an overview for clinicians

Antipsychotics and antidepressants Drugs of addiction
     Heroin
   Amitriptyline    Cocaine
   Amoxapine    Amphetamine
   Doxepine    Methadone
   Fluoxetine    D-lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)
   Fluphenazine Antihistamines
   Haloperidol    Diphenhydramine
   Lithium    Doxylamine
   Protriptyline Other drugs
   Phenelzine    Alcohol
   Perphenazine    Amphotericin B
   Promethazine    Azathrioprine
   Chlorpromazine    Butyrophenones
   Loxapine    Emetics
   Promazine    Epsilon-aminocaproic acid
   Trifluoperazine    Halothane
Sedative hypnotics    Laxatives
   Benzodiazepines    Moxalactam
   Diazepam    Narcotics
   Nitrazepam    Oxprenolol
   Flunitrazepam    Paracetamol
   Lorazepam    Penicillamine
   Triazolam    Pentamidine
   Barbiturates    Phencyclidine
   Gluthetimide    Phenylpropanolamine
Antilipemic agents    Quinidine
   Lovastatin    Salicylates
   Pravastatin    Strychnine
   Simvastatin    Succinylcholine
   Bezafibrate    Theophyline
   Clozafibrate    Terbutaline
   Ciprofibate    Thiazides
   Clofibrate    Vasopressin