Potential Drug-drug Interactions in Outpatients with Hypertensive Heard Disease
A total of 100 HHD outpatients prescriptions was analyzed and 94 of them had PDDIs. Majority of prescriptions had 3-4 and >4 PDDIs (33.00% each). Total of PDDIs observed were 397 cases. Most of PDDIs happened in the pharmacodynamic phase (86.40%) and need to monitored closely (93.20%). The concomitant use of Candesartan and Bisoprolol was found to be the most commpon interaction pair (11,08%) that can lead to the raise of potassium serum levels. The result of predictors analysis showed that the higher number of drug prescribed the higher the risk of the occurrence of PDDIs respectively (p-value 0,005) which addition 1 drug item will increase the PDDIs 7,232 time higher. In conclusion, the higher number of drug prescribed the closer monitoring need for PDDIs. In addition, closely monitoring in the elevating of potassium serum levels and the symptoms of hyperkalemia are needed in the treatment of HHD outpatients
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