DRUG INTERACTIONS

Posted: October 1, 2012 in Featured articles
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In this article, we hae summarized some of the most common drug interactions. This article is in .pdf format. Here we have included the serial description of-

  • The class of two drugs ,
  • The type of interaction i.e, whether pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic,
  • The details of the interaction,
  • The result of the interaction,
  • Remarks on the use of combination.

Here is a total of 15 most common drug interactions. These are:

  1. Aspirin and warfarin
  2. Rifampin and OCP
  3. Ciprofloxacin and theophylline
  4. Metronidazole and alcohol
  5. Chloroquine and alkali mixture
  6. Amoxicillin and clavulanic acid
  7. Verapamil and propanolol
  8. Propanolol and insulin
  9. Digoxin and hydrochlorothiazide
  10. LevoDOPA and pyridoxine
  11. Chlorpropamide and dicoumarol
  12. Lithium and thiazide
  13. Enalapril and spironolactone
  14. Antacid and sucralfate
  15. Gentamicin and galantamine

So start downloading… Click on the following button … Hope you will find it useful……

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