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The information contained on the familiprix. Always consult a health professional before taking or discontinuing medication or making any other decision. The symptoms disappeared after captopril had been discontinued.
Cross-sensitivity did not appear to be a problem, as the rash was not noted when the patient was started on captopril. There is a case of perindopril causing pneumonitis associated with bronchial wall eosinophilic infiltration.
Following perindopril withdrawal and corticosteroid therapy, there was a marked clinical improvement.
After rechallenge with a single perindopril tablet seven months later, fever, cough and dyspnoea reappeared. Dermal and pulmonary complications of eosinophilia have been reported with at least three ACE inhibitors, and it seems likely this is a class effect.
Clinicians should be aware of this. In one case, the diagnosis was confirmed by rechallenge.
Spironolactone There are two cases of spironolactone causing a severe eosinophilia with an erythematous macular rash.
Calcium channel blockers There is a case report of a patient who developed a fever, relative eosinophilia and a pruritic maculopapular rash following treatment with diltiazem.
Anti-arrhythmic drugs Eosinophilia has been reported with quinidine.