Drug-Drug Interactions in a Geriatric Outpatient Cohort

@article{Tulner2008DrugDrugII,
  title={Drug-Drug Interactions in a Geriatric Outpatient Cohort},
  author={Linda R. Tulner and Suzanne V. Frankfort and George J. P. T. Gijsen and Jos P. C. M. van Campen and Cornells H. W. Koks and Jos H. Beijnen},
  journal={Drugs & Aging},
  year={2008},
  volume={25},
  pages={343-355}
}
BackgroundThe prevalence of drug-drug interactions (DDIs) in a geriatric population may be high because of polypharmacy. However, wide variance in the clinical relevance of these interactions has been shown.ObjectivesTo explore whether adverse drug reactions (ADRs) as a result of DDIs can be identified by clinical evaluation, to describe the prevalence of ADRs and diminished drug effectiveness as a result of DDIs and to verify whether the top ten most frequent potential DDIs known to public… CONTINUE READING

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