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Drug interaction facts, 2010.


Drug interaction facts, 2010.

Wolters Kluwer Health


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For pharmacists and physicians, this guide provides current drug-drug and drug-food interaction information, as well as herbal products, based on current published biomedical data. Monographs are organized alphabetically and include interacting drugs, the clinical significance of onset, severity, and documentation, effects, mechanism, management, and discussion of the data and how assessments were made. The index, which has generic, class, and trade names, lists the significance rating for each interaction. This edition adds about 200 new and revised monographs, including interactions between anticoagulants and glucosamine, atazanavir and MAOIs, naladixic acid and melphalan, and tacrolimus and barbiturates.

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