Drug interactions are reported among people who take Spiriva and Chantix together. This review analyzes the effectiveness and drug interactions between Spiriva and Chantix. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports of 1,654 people who take the same drugs from FDA and social media, and is updated regularly.
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Spiriva has active ingredients of tiotropium bromide monohydrate. It is often used in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. (latest outcomes from Spiriva 58,571 users)
Chantix has active ingredients of varenicline tartrate. It is often used in quit smoking. (latest outcomes from Chantix 68,382 users)
On Aug, 20, 2016
1,654 people who take Spiriva, Chantix are studied.
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN The Hon Sussan Ley MP Minister for Health Minister for Sport TGA & the TGA Committee Professor Emily Banks, Dr Liam Balkin, Professor Nicholas Buckley, Professor David Le Couteur, Dr Genevieve Gabb, Dr Arnagretta Hunter, Professor Stephen Kisely, Associate Professor Peter Lewindon, Dr Roger Lord, Ms Alison Marcus, Dr Mark Nicholls, Dr Nicole Pratt, Dr Heather Tapp, Professor Duncan Topliss, Dr Michael Ward. Re: ALL DOCTORS, HEALTH CARE WORKERS & PHARMASISTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ADVERSE EFFECTS FROM CHAMPIX Dear Madam / Sir How do you explain this? https://search.tga.gov.au/s/search.html?collection=tga-websites-web&query=champix WHY 1. Wasn't this site available in 2014, 2015 & in the beginning of 2016 2. Didn't you direct me to this information when I first complained in 2014 3. Didn't you quote these updates 4. Isn't there enough adverse effects listed to warrant a “Black Box Warning” The TGA _ ACSOM have just made ALL Doctors, Health Care Workers & Pharmacists FULLY RESPONSIBLE for the 1800 Adverse Reactions & 40 deaths reported & all other suffers. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT THIS?
On eHealthMe, Spiriva (tiotropium bromide monohydrate) is often used to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Chantix (varenicline tartrate) is often used to treat quit smoking. Find out below the conditions the drugs are used for and how effective they are.
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