Drug–Disease Interactions

A drug–disease interaction occurs when an administered drug exacerbates an underlying disease in a patient. Drug–disease interactions are one type of inappropriate prescribing. However, drug–disease interactions can be a potential result of both inappropriate and appropriate ...

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