Adverse drug interactions in dentistry

@inproceedings{HE2008AdverseDI,
  title={Adverse drug interactions in dentistry},
  author={V. HE},
  year={2008}
}
  • HE V.
  • Published 2008
According to the United States Food and Drug Administration web site, there are more than 15,000 currently approved prescription and over-the-counter drugs, diagnostics and intravenous supplementation products in the United States (78). Couple these with the hundreds of herbal and dietary supplements that undergo little if any scrutiny by the Food and Drug Administration (48), and it is no wonder that the potential for adverse drug interactions is a growing concern for all fields of patient… CONTINUE READING

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