Not all medicines are affected by food, but many can be affected by what you eat and when you eat it. Sometimes, taking medicines at the same time you eat may interfere with the way your stomach and intestines absorb medicine. Other medicines are recommended to be taken with food.
In this course, you will learn about the most common Food-Drug Interactions:
- Antihypertensive drugs
- Lipid-lowering agents
- Immunosuppressive agents
- CNS agents
In a brief, simple, and smart way!
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- UPTODATE / LEXICOMP
- COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, NUTRIENT-DRUG INTERACTIONS AND FOOD , FACT SHEET NO . 9.361 / FOOD AND NUTRITION SERIES|HEALTH
- Food-Drug Interactions , Article in Drugs · February 2002 / DOI: 10.2165/00003495-200262100-00005 · Source: PubMed
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For more courses visit:
Food-Drug Interactions – Part 1
Food-Drug Interactions – Part 2
Food-Drug Interactions – Part 3
Food-Drug Interactions – Part 4
Food-Drug Interactions – Part 5
Food-Drug Interactions Quiz
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