What is Baycol?
Baycol, also known as cerivastatin, is a drug in the statin class, and works to inhibit the production of an enzyme in the liver which generates cholesterol. Baycol was sometimes prescribed with gemfibrozil or another drug because Baycol could lower cholesterol while other drugs worked to balance triglycerides. Baycol was withdrawn from the market on August 8, 2001, after it was made known that the use of Baycol with certain other drugs could cause rhabdomyolysis, and deaths resulting from the use of Baycol were reported.
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- Answers to questions about Baycol and rhabdomyolysis.
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