Antifungal Drug Interactions

Antifungal Interactions Database and Smartphone APPs: 

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Search here: Information for Patients ¦  Information for Clinicians

and for Smartphones

Android (Patient ¦ Professional)  APPLE devices iOS - search for 'antifungal interactions'.


NOTE: Our rebuttal to a recent article in Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy that ignored the existence of this database

In conjunction with Stockley's Drug Interactions.   Background information for antifungal interactions.pdf

There are also specialised databases that describe drug:drug interactions when using drugs commonly precribed for the treatment of HIV and Hepatitis