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Voriconazole (Vfend, Vfend IV) inhibits normal breakdown/detox of Poison/"Vitamin A"

Voriconazole inhibition of vitamin A metabolism: are adverse events increased in cystic fibrosis patients?

RESULTS:  Five of six CF patients receiving treatment developed photosensitivity, whereas all six patients reported visual disturbances. We report two clinical cases of particular interest: a 7-year-old boy developed striking erythema in the face and upper thorax; a 16-year-old girl who reported unexpected visual disturbances, including scotomas and tunneling vision.

CONCLUSION:  Significant adverse effects of voriconazole were noted in all treated CF patients. We speculate that this may be due to suppression of activity of hepatic enzymes involved in all transretinonic acid metabolism coupled with vitamin A supplementation in CF. Consideration should be given to reducing vitamin A supplementation during voriconazole treatment.

I would venture a guess that other triazole antifungal medications also inhibit proper Poison/"Vitamin A" detox/breakdown as well.

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