Vol. 7, Issue 1 (2018)
Food-drug interaction: A review
Arjun Kafle, Sushree Sangita Mohapatra, Jadav Sarma and Indrapal Reddy
The success of drug therapy to some extent does depend on interaction between food and the drug. A drug-food interaction is a condition in which the food affects the activity of a drug. The change most of the time may results in detrimental effect on the patient. Therefore it is advisable for patients to follow the physician and doctors instructions to obtain maximum benefits and simultaneously to prevent such unfortunate event. This review article will provide information about such interactions and will help physicians and pharmacists prescribe drugs cautiously with only suitable food supplement to get maximum benefit for the patient.
How to cite this article:
Arjun Kafle, Sushree Sangita Mohapatra, Jadav Sarma and Indrapal Reddy. Food-drug interaction: A review. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2018; 7(1): 114-118.