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Important Drug-Drug Interactions for the Addiction Psychiatrist.

The misuse of illicit substances, prescribed medications, and alcohol poses obvious health risks to afflicted individuals. When addressing these health risks, the overarching concerns generally relate to the direct effects that various substances can have on the functioning of multiple organ systems: cardiac, pulmonary, central nervous system, and others. What is not always evident, but potentially equally or even more dire, are the risks arising from drug-drug interactions involving illicit drugs and alcohol, whether with each other, or with prescribed medications. This review provides some basics that enable the reader to fruitfully approach the broad topic of drug-drug interactions.

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