DRUG INTERACTION A COMMON DRUG THERAPY PROBLEM IN THE CLINICAL SETUP: SCENARIO OF KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA, PAKISTAN.
Roheena Zafar, Iftikhar Ali
Department of Pharmacy Services, Northwest General hospital & Research Centre, Hayatabad Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan
Keywords: Drug interaction, common drug therapy problem, clinical setup.
The more drugs a patient requires, the increased risk of a drug–drug interaction. Unfortunately it is impractical to just stop possibly offending drugs, however the drug interactions need to be overseen as securely as could be expected under the circumstances.Drug-drug interactions(DDIs) in a small extent produces clinically important pharmacokinetic changes and produces potential unfavorable outcome.
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