Drug-Drug Interaction

With the help of this tool it is possible to check whether the metabolisms of the different combinations of drugs interact with each other. By typing in the first few letters of the drug or its synonyms, you can already choose from the list below. If you have chosen your drugs, click on the "Get Interactions" button.
For example: Enalapril (ACE-inhibitor) and Tasosartan (AT2-Antagonist). Both are metabolized by CYP3A4. The consequence could be to lower the dosage of both. The table gives also alternatives for both drugs, so that it might be possible to choose two drugs with the same effect that don't interact with each other: e.g. Enalapril and Candesartan (CYP2C9).
Type in a Drug Name (e.g. Omeprazole)
Select a drug from the results below
Repeat step one and two, you can select as many drugs as you want.
When you have finished, click here: