n CME : Your SA Journal of CPD - Drug-drug interactions in oncology : implications for general practice : clinical pharmacology




In all patients on anticancer drugs, drug interactions should be considered before prescribing concomitant medication by consulting the package inserts or other medicine information sources.

Patients on anticancer drugs are at high risk of drug-drug interactions as they are prescribed multiple drugs and are often elderly.
It is important to take a detailed medication history, including complementary / alternative and over-the-counter medicines.
Enhance monitoring for signs and symptoms of interactions when potentially interacting drugs need to be co-administered.


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