DIS

(redirected from Drug interactions)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

DIS

(1) (Data Instrumentation Systems) See DST.

(2) (Dis) A virtual machine. See Inferno.
Copyright © 1981-2019 by The Computer Language Company Inc. All Rights reserved. THIS DEFINITION IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. All other reproduction is strictly prohibited without permission from the publisher.

Dis

god of nether world; identified with Pluto. [Rom. Myth.: Leach, 315]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
By drawing on these data sets, the approach operates as a catch-all for gathering information about potential negative drug interactions missed in patient-physician conversations or by any automated systems that PBMs or pharmacies may use currently.
Information deficits in the summary of product characteristics preclude an optimal management of drug interactions: a comparison with evidence from the literature.
(6) for use in studies of geriatric pharmacotherapy), occurrence of ADR and ADR-related drug interactions. All changes in the drug therapy of the patient during the hospitalization were recorded in the data collection instrument.
For drug-ethanol interactions, information was most often provided for clinical effects (ranging from 86.4%, Clinical Pharmacology, to 100.0%, Facts & Comparisons, Lexicomp, Micromedex, Drug Interactions Analysis and Management) and course of action (ranging from 76.9%, Stockley's Drug Interactions, to 100.0%, Facts & Comparisons, Lexicomp, Micromedex, Drug Interactions Analysis and Management).
There were no significant differences with regard to the number of comorbidities, number of medications, and number of drug interactions between males and females.
(8.) Digoxin: serious drug interactions. Prescrire Int.
The median days of treatment with potential drug interactions was 11 days (minimum of 4 and maximum of 41 days), resulting in a 39.7% prevalence of days with potential drug interactions.
The drug interaction was classified (2) as probable (score 6), according to Drug Interaction Probability scale due to well documented evidence on adults (3) and a single study in children.
Despite the overwhelming effect of drug interactions and increased prevalence of these deleterious health outcomes attributed to drug interactions, there is a limited consensus list of drug-drug and drug-disease interactions [10] and yet there is low knowledge on characteristics of patients who encountered drug-drug interaction, as well as potential determinants of events [11].

Full browser ?