I am doing some research and trying to determine if there is a good/simple rating/ degree of increase that is quantifiable to measure the increase in severity of drug to drug interactions.
What are the criteria used to determine if a drug interaction is major, moderate, or minor?
- 4 Jun 2010 by TonyT555
5 Jun 2010
As far as my knowledge goes this is a extremely difficult task as each individual is different to another and the interactions of the meds may vary from one to the other, all the sites on meds have sighted this observations, wish you all the best in your research & please for information do let me know too, thanks.
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