7 edition of The consumer"s guide to drug interactions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 389-390) and index.
|Other titles||Drug interactions.|
|Statement||Jeffrey R. Schein and Philip Hansten.|
|Contributions||Hansten, Philip D.|
|LC Classifications||RM302 .S35 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||92041050|
Use WebMD’s Drug Interaction Checker tool to find and identify potentially harmful and unsafe combinations of prescription medications by entering two or more drugs in question. Clinical Drug-Drug Interaction Evaluations to Inform Drug Use and Enable Drug Access. Authors: Rekić D, Reynolds KS, Zhao P, Zhang L, Yoshida K, Sachar M, Piquette Miller M, Huang SM, Zineh I. J.
Written in plain language and designed to be consumer friendly, the form starts off with a page of some commonly asked questions and answers to help guide the user in submitting the form, and then. Food and drug interactions: a guide for consumers. [Gary A Holt] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library.
The interactions come from medicine labels that FDA has approved. And the guide uses the generic names of medicines, never brand names. The guide has been published in plain language, and is re-formatted as a guide for consumers to learn more about and avoid interactions. Drug-drug interactions can involve prescription or nonprescription (over-the-counter) drugs. Types of drug-drug interactions include duplication, opposition (antagonism), and alteration of what the body does to one or both drugs.
Began licensing and displayed Physician's Desk Reference (PDR) drug information in and continued to publish PDR content until In mid a change in policy by the distributors of PDR resulted in the non-renewal of the licence and the removal of Physician's Desk Reference Consumer Drug Information from the website.
Consumer-friendly information. Find Information about a Drug; Medication Guides Information for patients on how to safely use certain drugs MedlinePlus: Drugs (NIH). Summarizes descriptions of food and drug interactions that have appeared in articles and references in medical and health literature.
Entries are listed alphabetically according to the drug covered, and include the food in question, the outcomes of the interaction Cited by: 3. New York: Collier Books ; Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York: Maxwell Macmillan International, Edition/Format: Print book: English: 1st Collier books edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Drug interactions -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Drug interactions. Drug. What you eat and drink can affect the way your medicines work. Use this guide to alert you to possible “food-drug interactions” and to help you learn what you can do to prevent this guide, a food-drug interaction is a change in how a medicine works caused by food, caffeine, or alcohol.A food-drug interaction can:prevent a medicine from working the way it shouldcause a side effect Price: $ is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online.
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The guide answers frequently asked questions such as: Why was this drug prescribed for me?Reviews: Several drug interaction checkers are available online that can help you determine if your prescription drugs may interact with each other, as well as over-the-counter drugs, vitamins, dietary.
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The best first place to go for medical information. the consumer’s guide to drug interactions Ma 3 min read With multiple medical conditions come multiple medications; many of which can react either with each other, consumed food or drink, or the body itself to produce ‘drug interactions’.
The US Food and Drug Administration's database recorded almostserious adverse events in alone, of wh instances proved fatal. This updated new edition of the indispensable guide to drug interactions incorporates fresh research completed since the book's original publication by Humana Press in Yet a Consumer Reports Survey found that only 28 percent of people taking dietary supplements and prescription drugs together checked with a pharmacist about potential interactions (when a.
The MedFacts Natural Products Consumer database is a comprehensive source of information on traditional and/or conventional uses of natural products. A basic overview of each product is provided (including dosages, possible drug interactions, side effects and contraindications) along with safety and/or efficacy ratings from Wolters Kluwer Health.
MEDcounselor web-based modules on drug information, drug identification and drug interactions help consumers take their medications safely for better outcomes. Strengthen your healthcare partnership with your patients by giving them tools to avoid harmful medication errors.
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Drug-drug interactions occur when two or more drugs react with each other. This drug-drug interaction may cause you to experience an unexpected side effect.
For example, mixing a drug you take to help you sleep (a sedative) and a drug you take for allergies (an antihistamine) can slow your reactions and make driving a car or operating machinery. Drug-drug interactions have led to adverse events and withdrawals of drugs from the market, according to an article on drug interactions co-authored by.
“Avoid Food-Drug Interactions” (view sample pages here) is an updated version of NCL’s very popular “Food and Drug Interactions” brochure.
The renamed brochure contains new information, has been published in plain language, and is re-formatted as a guide for consumers to learn more about and avoid interactions.
Drug Interactions Checker. The Drug Interactions Guide explains the mechanism of each drug interaction, the level of significance of the interaction (major, moderate or minor), and in certain cases, can provide the recommended course of action to manage the interaction. Members can also save multiple interactions lists.
Throughout the book, I share some of my management tips and pearls to help you feel more comfortable with managing drug interactions. This book is a perfect piece of education for pharmacists, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, and nurses who are looking to pick up clinical, real-world practice s: Drug Interactions: A Guide for Consumers Medically reviewed by Femi Aremu, PharmD — Written by the Healthline Editorial Team — Updated on What is a drug interaction?Drug-drug.
A drug-drug reaction is when there’s an interaction between two or more prescription drugs. One example is the interaction between warfarin (Coumadin), an anticoagulant (blood thinner), and fluconazole (Diflucan), an antifungal medication.
Taking these two drugs together can lead to a potentially dangerous increase in bleeding.