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Mechanisms of Drug Interactions

  • Angela D. M. Kashuba
  • Joseph S. BertinoJr.
Part of the Infectious Disease book series (ID)

Abstract

One hundred and fifty million outpatient prescriptions for antibiotics are dispensed each year in the United States (1). In institutional settings, 25–35% of hospitalized patients receive antibiotic treatment for active infections or to prevent infections (2). Given that antibiotics represent global sales of approximately $20 billion of a $370 billion pharmaceutical market, one can assume that many patients who are prescribed antibiotics are also receiving other agents (3). Therefore, the potential for drug interactions is significant.

Keywords

Drug Interaction Antimicrob Agent Human Hepatocyte Cytochrome P450 Enzyme Grapefruit Juice 
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