Potentiation of Hepatic Damage by the Interaction of Tetracycline and Phenothiazine Derivatives: Therapy and Occurrance of New Psychiatric Symptomatology
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In chronic disease states such as epilepsy, schizophrenia and heart disease, when the patient contracts another illness, the conjoint administration of several drug therapies may be mandatory. However, to ensure the effectiveness and safety of multiple drug therapy, the potential for drug interaction must be evaluated and kept in mind.
KeywordsAcute Exacerbation Chronic Bronchitis Serum Bilirubin Obstructive Jaundice Hepatic Damage
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