Drug and Nutrient Interaction are defined as physical, chemical, physiologic, or pathophysiologic relationships between a drug and a nutrient. The causes of most clinically significant drug-nutrient interactions are usually multifactorial. Failure to identify and properly manage drug-nutrient interactions can lead to very serious consequences and have a negative impact on patient outcomes. Nevertheless, with thorough review and assessment of the patient’s history and treatment regimens and a carefully executed management strategy, adverse events associated with drug-nutrient interactions can be prevented. Let’s get this in details.
Hi , I am Clinical Nutritionist and Diabetes Educator Aritra Khan , Specialist in Cardiology MNT, Heart failure Educator and Renal Nutrition . I AM Guest Faculty of KPC School of Nutrition , KPC Medical College and Hospital and also working with Heart Failure patient counselling since 2017.
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