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Introductory material details the principles of drug interactions, drug-induced prolongation of the cardiac QT interval and torsades de pointes, and the effects of cigarette smoking on drug therapy.
The MPR Mobile drug database with Drug Interactions Checker is available to healthcare professionals as a free download for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android.
Drug Interaction Facts 2009: The Authority on Drug Interactions provides health professionals with a fast and accurate interaction screening tool.
Pharmacokinetic drug interactions in particular are often manageable, and their risk may be lessened by dose adjustment.
Weight affects drug levels in the bloodstream, but so do drug interactions, and other factors like hormones, so separating out these factors remains difficult.
Careful screening of patients for substance abuse or dependency serves as a basis for giving prevention messages, assists in management of clinical problems, helps to minimize drug interaction effects, helps to prevent domestic violence, child abuse, and malpractice suits, and allows the dental team the ability to change community norms and community health.
The first step is to identify patients who are at high risk for adverse drug interactions, such as patients taking two or more drugs.
AMDA's Web site provides more information on the list, including: generic and brand names of the drugs, methods to prevent interactions and answers to other common questions about the drug interactions.
The guide, first published in 1994, explains the different types of drug interactions, and includes questions to ask healthcare professionals.
Speakers are scheduled to discuss such topics as drug interactions, osteoporosis, exercise and healthy cooking.
In a recent review of complications arising from drug-herb interactions from George Washington University, 21 commonly used herbal preparations were identified that produced significant drug interactions.
Recent efforts include a clinical information system that includes com puterized entry of physicians' orders, an electronic prescription system with tracking for drug interactions and systems that identify the best medications for particular clinical conditions.
EDI provides accurate and complete summaries of published clinical research findings on drug interactions.
a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Hearst Corporation, has released the latest version of Evaluations of Drug Interactions (EDI), their comprehensive drug interaction printed reference.
Formerly a Concise Guide, the volume is now a Clinical Manual and has been expanded to include a section on addictions treatments, integration of pharmacogenetics and transporters in each chapter, and updated coverage of drug interactions by medical specialty.
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