About one third of HIV-positive people studied at Albany Medical Center had an important drug-drug interaction involving one of the medications in a first antiretroviral combination that included a protease inhibitor (PI), a nonnucleoside (NNRTI), or the integrase inhibitor Isentress (raltegravir).
What does DDI stand for?
DDI stands for Drug-Drug Interaction
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- Duke Digital Initiative (Duke University)
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- DNA-Damage Inducible 1
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- District Department of Internal Affairs (Ukraine)
- Double-Determinant Immune Assay
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It was, therefore, concluded that the pharmacists' awareness about drug-drug interaction seems very poor and they are generally not well informed about the serious interactions caused.
About 2 million individuals are potentially at risk for a major drug-drug interaction, according to a study of about 3000 people published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in early January.
11-12) In this issue of the Southern Medical Journal, (13) authors describe a case report of drug-drug interaction in a 61-year-old patient who was chronically treated with atorvastatin (plus ezetimibe and niacin) and antiseizure drugs, phenobarbital and phenytoin.
Drug-drug interactions are also studied carefully during Phase II as well as Pk and Pd in diseased patients, which can sometimes differ markedly from what was observed in healthy volunteers.
Many hospital admissions for drug-drug interactions in elderly patients are pre-dictable and avoidable, according to Dr.
The drug-drug interaction caused by PXR in humans may also be dangerous, he said.
in 1992, the newsletter has an international audience of psychiatrists, psychologists, and psychiatric nurses "who rely on the montly publication to alert them to new medications, potential side effects and drug-drug interactions," said publisher Betty Rawls Lang.