Track 06: Drug Interaction

Drug Interaction:

A Drug interaction is an interaction between a drug and some other substance, such as another drug or a certain type of food, which prevents the drug from working correctly. Interactions should always be considered in the differential diagnosis of any unusual response occurring during drug therapy. Early detection could enable reconsideration of the culprit treatment regimen and prudent management if they do lead to adverse events. The fact that two drugs share a common metabolic pathway does not mean they will have a clinically significant interaction when co-administered; the interaction being dependent upon various factors including relative affinities of each drug.

Subtracks:

1. Adverse Drug Reaction

2. Drug – Drug Interaction

3. Drug – Food Interaction

4. Drug – Receptor Interaction

5. Drug -  Herb Interactions 

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