Drug Interaction in Infectious Diseases

A change in the way a drug acts in the body when taken with certain other drugs, herbals, or foods, or when taken with certain medical conditions. Drug interactions may cause the drug to be more or less effective, or cause goods on the body that aren't anticipated. These relations do when one medicine (the perpetrator) alters the attention of another drug (the object) with clinical consequences. Medicine commerce occurs when a case's response to a drug is modified by food, nutritive supplements, expression excipients, environmental factors, other drugs or disease. Drug interactions may make your drug less effective, cause unanticipated side goods, or increase the action of a particular medicine. Some drug interactions can indeed be dangerous to you.


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