Drug alcohol interactions-a review
Chronic Alcoholics can induce interactions with various drugs. Mainly the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics interactions between drugs and alcohol plays an important role. Alcohol can cause potentiallyl harmful effects When people are unaware of known drug interactions, Knowingly combine due to negligence, As a tool to facilitate a crime. Most of the drugs involved are benzodiazepines, cocaine, NSAIDS, metronidazole caution, awareness, and education about the consequences should be enhanced within the alcoholic abusers who are in medication which can cause potential interactions and secondary effects. The elderly and chronic drug abusers are at risk mostly.
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