New PDF release: Adverse Drug Interactions - A Handbook for Prescribers

By George Stouffer

ISBN-10: 0340927690

ISBN-13: 9780340927694

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Phase II metabolism, where drugs are bound to compounds (by glucuronidation or sulphuration) to facilitate excretion. Phase I metabolism is mainly catalysed by a superfamily of enzymes, the cytochrome group (a group of nearly 30 related enzymes present in the endoplasmic reticulum of cells in the liver and intestine), which can be induced (producing increased activity) or inhibited (producing decreased activity). Induction by drugs, food and herbal medicines is usually dose- and time-dependent, and in general reversible.

Drugs acting on the gastrointestinal tract Drug dependence therapies Cytotoxics 10. Drugs to treat infections Antivirals – antiretrovirals Antidiarrhoeals Protease inhibitors xxxvii INDEX OF DRUG NAMES Drug (primary) Page Part of the Book Category loratadine lorazepam 661, 662 266 12. Respiratory drugs 2. Drugs acting on the nervous system Antihistamines Anxiolytics and hypnotics lormetazepam see benzodiazepines (BZDs) 264–270 36 1. Cardiovascular drugs Antihypertensives and heart failure drugs 1.

Anticancer and immunomodulating drugs 170, 175, 2. Drugs acting on the 177 nervous system 254 2. Drugs acting on the nervous system fluoride fluorouracil fluoxetine flupentixol xxx 2. Drugs acting on the nervous system Minerals Cytotoxics Antidepressants Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors Antipsychotics fluphenazine 254 Antipsychotics flurazepam see benzodiazepines (BZDs) 264–270 flutamide 346 3. Anticancer and Hormones and immunomodulating drugs hormone antagonists fluvastatin 129 1. Cardiovascular drugs Lipid-lowering drugs Statins fluvoxamine 171, 172, 173, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179 2.

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