Medication- Induced Tendinopathies: Clinical Considerations for the Nurse Practitioner Prescribing Practices for Improved Outcomes and Decreased Injury

Fluroquinonones and statins are associated with increased risk of tendon injury, especially in active and athletic patients. Please review these medications causing tendinopathy. You can go where you think it best. Bottom line, some prescribers do not take a patients activities into account when prescribing Cipro (for example). If they are athletes or very active another class of antibiotics may be a better choice. Does the risk of tendon injury outweigh the benefits of a statin drug.. Thank you

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