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Comment by Philip Hansten on EPha.ch Interactions

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Reviewer: Philip Hansten
General Comments:
This paper addresses a vitally important issue in the rational use of drug
interaction information in the clinical setting. I believe this paper represents an
important advance in the development of classification systems for drug
interactions for the following reasons:

1. The transparency of the decision model is important. This means that people
working in the field (as well as users) will be able to understand how the
decisions are made, and it should provide a framework for people working in
different centers to communicate effectively. This could be a real advance in the
field of drug interactions.

2. The authors selected appropriate questions for the decision model. They
addressed the factors that are important in the assessment of the clinical
importance of drug interactions in the clinical setting.

3. I ran several drug interactions through their decision model, and I think the
model could be developed into an excellent method for categorizing drug
interactions for the product information. For example, colchicine plus
clarithromycin would be a “DM-E” instead of merely being a strong caution as is
currently the case in the US product information.

Der Artikel in seiner vollen Länge: http://www.biomedcentral.com/imedia/1091625776680024_comment.pdf

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