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Mosby's Handbook of Drug-Herb and Drug-Supplement Interactions

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With an increasing number of patients combining herbal treatments with prescribed medications, reliable information on herb/supplement and pharmaceutical interactions is much needed. This portable reference is organized alphabetically by drug name and features an entry for each drug-herb/drug-supplement combination that has a proven interaction. Each entry is rated on a scale of 1 to 4 to show the severity of the interaction and includes information on related drugs, an interaction summary, a discussion of the interaction, management suggestions, and references. In addition to the core material, there are also several helpful appendices on interactions by herb or supplement, nutrient depletions, and drug-herb add-on depressant interactions.

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Key Features

    • Evidence-based content includes the most up-to-date, current research on herb/supplement and pharmaceutical interactions.
    • A unique rating scale uses scientific evidence to grade the level of interaction expected.
    • References are included for each drug-herb/drug-supplement combination.
    • A logical organization enables the reader to find information quickly.
    • Several appendices provide information on interactions by herb or supplement, nutrient depletions, and drug-herb add-on depressant interactions.

Author Information

    Written by Richard Harkness, Pharm, CDM, FASCP; and Steven Bratman, MD; for HealthGate

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  • Paperback
  • Reference
  • 496 Pages
  • Trim Size: 4 3/5 X 7 9/16 in
  • Imprint: Mosby
  • ISBN: 978-0-323-02014-5
  • Copyright: 2003