Drug-drug interaction analysis; anti-tuberculosis drugs versus anti-lipidemic agents

Won Sriwijitalai, Viroj Wiwanitkit

Abstract


Tuberculosis is an important public health globally. It is possible that there is a coincidence of tuberculosis and other common medical disorder. To management the concurrent infection between tuberculosis and other medical disorders usually requires several drugs and the important concern is on drug-drug interaction. Here, the authors performed an informatics study to assess drug – drug interaction between anti-tuberculosis drug and anti-lipidemic drugs using a standard bioinformatics tool, drug interaction checker. Several possible drug-drug interactions can be predicted for different combinations between anti-tuberculosis drugs and anti-lipidemic drugs. The drug – drug interaction between anti-tuberculosis drugs and anti lipidemic drugs is possible and can occur at various degrees.

 

Core tip:The drug – drug interaction between anti-tuberculosis drugs and anti lipidemic drugs is possible and can occur at various degrees.

 Citation:Sriwijitalai W, Wiwanitkit V. Drug-drug interaction analysis: anti-tuberculosis drugs versus anti-lipidemic drugs. Toxicol Persa. 2019


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