Drug-drug interactions in the treatment for alcohol use disorders : A comprehensive review.
Janardhan hakke, Irshad A Shaikh, Nandkishor B Bawage, Dr. Shaymlila B Bawage
Drug interactions are one of the maximum common reasons of side effects in polypharmacy. Alcoholics are a class of sufferers at high chance of pharmacological interactions, because of the presence of comorbidities, the concomitant consumption of several medicines and the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic interferences of ethanol pharmacological interactions, except the opioid withdrawal syndrome because of the aggregate of nalmefene or naltrexone with an opiate remedy. The information obtained is designed to assist clinicians in expertise and managing the pharmacological interactions in auds, particularly in sufferers under multi-drug remedy, if you want to reduce the hazard of a poor interplay and to enhance the remedy results.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2

Page(s): 854 - 859
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