Warfarin, phenytoin and thyroid hormones - a binding combination?
Tenni, PC (2008) Warfarin, phenytoin and thyroid hormones - a binding combination? Australian Pharmacist, 27 (4). pp. 316-317. ISSN 0728-4632
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As all pharmacists would know, a change in phenytoin dose of
this magnitude is inappropriate and may result in an excessive
increase in levels. as later occurs in this patient. This
problem would need to be addressed with some explanation.
especially, as when the level was later elevated, the doctor
reduced the dose by lOOmg to 300mg. Advice on this aspect
of this case can be found in a previous medication review
article addressing this issue.'
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