PMID: 1123453Feb 1, 1975

Cardiovascular drug interactions

Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
D E Hutcheon


Drug interactions may be responsible for certain changes in therapeutic response and toxicity of cardiac drugs. Interactions occur at the sites of drug absorption and elimination as well as at the receptor sites in the pacemaker cells, specialized conducting tissue, and myocardium. Studies of the kinetics of cardiac drugs are being applied clinically in an effort to reduce the danger of adverse drug interactions in heart patients.


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