Precision Medicine: Why DIT Drug Database (DDD) and the MDDI Technology is needed in medical practice?
Imagine Dr. Meyer using his EMR and e-prescribing software has to treat Mr. William Pick, an older multimorbide patient.
Mr. Pick is due to hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, back ache and psychiatric disorders permanently on 6 drugs including amlodipine, ramipril, simvastatin, paroxetine, and aripiprazole. Mr. Pick suffers also from CKD stage 3A with a creatinine clearance of 40ml/min. Furthermore Mr. Pick is a poor metabolizer at Cytochrome P450 2C19.
Dr. Meyer diagnoses an acute infection for which he wants to prescribe clarithromycin. Furthermore he wants to raise the dose of ramipril from 5mg to 10mg per day as the hypertension ist not well controlled.
How long will it take till Dr. Meyer knows from his software and drug database
which drug interactions need immediate attention and what measures have to be taken?
which ramipril dosing is appropriate?
If Dr. Meyers needs more than a minute to identify all the major risks from this polypharmacy and to make decisions how to avoid them he definitely needs DIT Drug Database (DDD) with the new MDDI Calculator. Read more about MDDI and the Revolution in personalized drug risk checking in the Product section of our site.
DIT/SCHOLZ Databank at the 3rd Oxford Global Annual Precision Medicine Congress in San Diego, California USA, 2018
DIT mondial has succesfully participated as a sponsor and exhibitor of the 3rd Oxford Global Annual Precision Medicine Congress in San Diego on October 11 and 12 in San Diego, California 2018, and thanks all visitors for attending the Congress and DIT.