A 28 year old outpatient with a history of glomeulonephritis has a positive dipstick

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  1. Neha Gupta

    Neha Gupta Active Member

    A 28 year old outpatient with a history of glomeulonephritis has a positive dipstick reaction to proteins in the urine. False-positive dipstick reactions for proteins are a feature of which medication?

    a) phenothiazines

    b) amphotericin B

    c) Isoniazid

    d) thiazide

    e) cephalosporin

    f) gentamicin

    g) amitriptyline

    h) carbonic anhydrase inhibitors

    i) streptomycin

    j) erythromycin

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