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n CME : Your SA Journal of CPD - Interactions of OTCs with prescription and nonprescription medicines : main topic

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Abstract

72% of people taking prescription medication also take OTC preparations. <br>Doctors should be aware of clinically significant drug interactions when prescribing. <br>Habits and OTC preparations which may cause interactions : smoking, alcohol, herbal and complementary drugs, antacids and H2-receptor blockers, antihistamines and antinauseants, decongestants, analgesics, laxatives, bronchodilators, topical preparations. <br>It is critically important to take a comprehensive medication history.

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2003-02-01
2016-12-05
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