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The Infectious Diseases Society of America issued guidance on managing drug interactions with nirmatrelvir/ritonavir (Paxlovid) on May 6. ... 4. Review potential drug interactions between nirmatrelvir/ritonavir and the patient's current medications using
May 2022

Addressing drug interactions when their likelihood is ‘yes' Once a patient is taking 10 or more drugs, they face drug interactions. ... The likelihood of drug interactions increases with each prescription. There are quite a few drugs that interfere with the
June 2009

How to fix EMRs

decision support (reminders about indicated services, drug-drug interactions, embedded care pathways, access to supporting clinical evidence); the ability to aggregate information for quality improvement purposes, and more.
May 2022

Listening to our patients

Drug-drug interactions have been associated with diuretic failure and, ultimately, resistance.
May 2022

Communication between primary care and hospitalists

We get patients doctor shopping for more opiates. We get drug interactions because doctor B has no idea what doctor A prescribed.
May 2022

life expectancy. “There is a general denial ofdeath, denial ...

An editorial stated that since polypharmacyhas become ubiquitous, better surveillancefor drug-drug interactions is needed, andnoted that the true costs of hypoglycemiaextend beyond immediate treatment.“Serious hypoglycemia substantially
September 2014

New warnings on acetaminophen, ketoconazole

A warning and new limits on ketoconazole (Nizoral) oral tablets due to risks of liver injury, drug interactions and adrenal gland problems. ... The topical formulations of ketoconazole have not been associated with liver damage, adrenal problems or drug
October 2013

QD: News Every Day--Geriatrics society cites 5 more things older patients should question

Polypharmacy may lead to diminished adherence, adverse drug reactions and increased risk of cognitive impairment, falls and functional decline. ... Medication review identifies high-risk medications, drug interactions and those continued beyond their
May 2022

Marketing medicine and the treatment of high blood pressure

Also those patients who already are treated for hypertension and have “good control” will be started on yet more medications with drug interactions, high costs and potentially dangerous side effects.
May 2022

Managing DOACs in primary care

underlying risk factors, such as severe renal impairment or potential drug interactions, he said. ... Dr. Khorana said. The recommended drugs include apixaban, rivaroxaban, and LMWH in patients who don't have a significant risk for bleeding or a
April 2022

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