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Other Potentially Dangerous Pharmaceutical Drugs. The following prescription medications are capable of causing problems in people who already have significant kidney damage:
a. ACE inhibitors and ARBs. These drugs protect the kidneys in most people, but if you have a condition called "renal artery stenosis" they may be harmful.There is a test, the Captopril Scan, that can be done to ensure you respond appropriately to these kinds of drugs if there is any question that you might have renal arterial stenosis.
b. Radioacontrast agents used during angiography. According to this review published in Endocrine Today up to 35% of people with diabetes may experience acute renal failure when given these during angiograms. Proper hydration appears to be the appropriate defense. Discuss this issue with your doctor before you find yourself in a hospital having tests done by doctors who don't have your chart. If you are at risk, make sure that information is available at any hospital you might be taken to.
c. Antibiotics. These can occasionally cause kidney failure, too. Again, this is mainly a problem if you have serious kidney damage. If you do ask the doctor who treats your diabetes before you take ANY medication prescribed by another doctor who may not know the details of your case
Endocrine Today: Medications that worsen renal function in diabetes