A patient who was given Zantac (ranitidine) went on to develop aseptic meningitis, two French doctors have observed. They suspect that drug induced meningitis may be related to the immune system because other cases have involved patients suffering fr

“Adverse reactions must be kept in mind with ranitidine,” warn Drs J M Durand and L Suchet from Sainte Marguerite Hospital in Marseilles.

The patient, a 30 year old man, was admitted to the hospital suffering from meningitis two weeks after taking ranitidine. Treatment was resumed twice, and on both occasions he developed meningitis. Since coming off all similar drugs, he has not suffered a recurrence

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