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November 23, 2005

Most Recent Medline Articles on "Herb-Drug Interactions"

1. Questionable methods in cancer therapy
Author(s): Jirillo Antonio, Falci Cristina
Recenti Prog Med null; 96(7-8): 344-51.

2. Do herbs increase the risk of herb-drug interactions for patients with arthritis?
Author(s): Thomsen M, Schmidt M, Vitetta L, Sali A
Ann Rheum Dis Oct, 2005; 64(10): 1527; author reply 1528. No Abstract Available.

3. Understanding the grapefruit-drug interaction.
Author(s): Flanagan Dennis
Gen Dent null; 53(4): 282-5; quiz 286.

4. Herb-drug interactions: interactions between kava and prescription medications.
Author(s): Bressler Rubin
Geriatrics Sep, 2005; 60(9): 24-5.

5. Herbal treatment for HIV/AIDS not recommended.
Author(s): Ahmad Khabir
Lancet Infect Dis Sep, 2005; 5(9): 537. No Abstract Available.

6. Alteration of pharmacokinetics of oxytetracycline following oral administration of Piper longum in hens.
Author(s): Singh M, Varshneya C, Telang R S, Srivastava A K
J Vet Sci Sep, 2005; 6(3): 197-200.

7. Prediction of herb-drug metabolic interactions: a simulation study.
Author(s): Zhou Shufeng, Huang Min, Xu Anlong, Yang Hongyuan, Duan Wei, Paxton James W
Phytother Res Jun, 2005; 19(6): 464-71.

8. Herbs and cytotoxic drugs: recognizing and communicating potentially relevant interactions.
Author(s): Lee Colleen O
Clin J Oncol Nurs Aug, 2005; 9(4): 481-7. No Abstract Available.

9. Herbal interaction with warfarin.
Author(s): Cheng Tsung O
South Med J Jul, 2005; 98(7): 748. No Abstract Available.

10. Other dangers of herbal remedies in rheumatology.
Author(s): Bamji A N
Ann Rheum Dis Sep, 2005; 64(9): 1388. No Abstract Available.

11. Potential for interaction of kava and St. John's wort with drugs.
Author(s): Singh Yadhu N
J Ethnopharmacol Aug 22, 2005; 100(1-2): 108-13.

12. RM matters: treating patients on anticoagulants.
Author(s): Davenport Jaime
Northwest Dent null; 84(3): 31. No Abstract Available.

13. Pilot study for the surveillance of adverse reactions to herbal preparations and dietary supplements
Author(s): Menniti-Ippolito Francesca, Mazzanti Gabriela, Firenzuoli Fabio, Bianchi Antonio, Raschetti Roberto
Ann Ist Super Sanita , 2005; 41(1): 39-42.

14. Herbal food supplements
Author(s): Di Giorgi Gerevini Valeria, Copparoni Roberto, Dalfr? Stefania, Leonardi Massimo, Guidarelli Lucia
Ann Ist Super Sanita , 2005; 41(1): 55-9.

15. Use of alternative medicine by patients with stage 5 chronic kidney disease.
Author(s): Burrowes Jerrilynn D, Van Houten Gloria
Adv Chronic Kidney Dis Jul, 2005; 12(3): 312-25.

16. The potential impact of the use of homeopathic and herbal remedies on monitoring the safety of prescription products.
Author(s): Woodward K N
Hum Exp Toxicol May, 2005; 24(5): 219-33.

17. NCCAM herbal supplement studies underway in the United States.
Author(s): Parkman Cynthia A
Case Manager null; 16(3): 41-3. No Abstract Available.

18. Herb-drug interaction implications in pediatric practice: an overview of pharmacokinetic trials.
Author(s): Johnston Bradley C, Wu Ping, Mills Edward
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med Jul, 2005; 159(7): 692. No Abstract Available.

19. Nature's wrath? A closer look at complications with five popular herbs.
Author(s): Simkins April, Thurston Diana, Colyar Margaret, Talbot Shawn
Adv Nurse Pract Jun, 2005; 13(6): 55-6, 58. No Abstract Available.

20. Elderly herbal supplement users less satisfied with medical care than nonusers.
Author(s): Shahrokh Linnet E, Lukaszuk Judith M, Prawitz Aimee D
J Am Diet Assoc Jul, 2005; 105(7): 1138-40.

21. Herbal medicines and postoperative haemorrhage.
Author(s): Jayasekera N, Moghal A, Kashif F, Karalliedde L
Anaesthesia Jul, 2005; 60(7): 725-6. No Abstract Available.

22. Herbal remedies in gastroenterology.
Author(s): Comar Kevin M, Kirby Donald F
J Clin Gastroenterol Jul, 2005; 39(6): 457-68.

23. Getting to yes.
Author(s): Walsh Kieran M
J Am Geriatr Soc Jun, 2005; 53(6): 1072. No Abstract Available.

24. Herb-drug interactions: a literature review.
Author(s): Hu Zeping, Yang Xiaoxia, Ho Paul Chi Lui, Chan Sui Yung, Heng Paul Wan Sia, Chan Eli, Duan Wei, Koh Hwee Ling, Zhou Shufeng
Drugs , 2005; 65(9): 1239-82.

25. The rational use of dietary supplements and nutraceuticals in clinical medicine.
Author(s): Mechanick Jeffrey I
Mt Sinai J Med May, 2005; 72(3): 161-5.

26. In vivo effects of goldenseal, kava kava, black cohosh, and valerian on human cytochrome P450 1A2, 2D6, 2E1, and 3A4/5 phenotypes.
Author(s): Gurley Bill J, Gardner Stephanie F, Hubbard Martha A, Williams D Keith, Gentry W Brooks, Khan Ikhlas A, Shah Amit
Clin Pharmacol Ther May, 2005; 77(5): 415-26.

27. Herbal medicines in Malaysia.
Author(s): Ang Hooi-Hoon
Clin Pharmacol Ther May, 2005; 77(5): 451. No Abstract Available.

28. Herbal interactions involving cytochrome p450 enzymes: a mini review.
Author(s): Delgoda Rupika, Westlake Andrew C G
Toxicol Rev , 2004; 23(4): 239-49.

29. Nutrition & oral health. Dietary supplements and Oral Health: should the dentist ask?
Author(s): Touger-Decker Riva
Quintessence Int Apr, 2005; 36(4): 287-92. No Abstract Available.

30. Use of herbal remedies and potential drug interactions in rheumatology outpatients.
Author(s): Holden W, Joseph J, Williamson L
Ann Rheum Dis May, 2005; 64(5): 790. No Abstract Available.

31. Natural health product-HIV drug interactions: a systematic review.
Author(s): Mills Edward, Montori Victor, Perri Dan, Phillips Elizabeth, Koren Gideon
Int J STD AIDS Mar, 2005; 16(3): 181-6.

32. Herb-drug interactions: interactions between Ginkgo biloba and prescription medications.
Author(s): Bressler Rubin
Geriatrics Apr, 2005; 60(4): 30-3.

33. Improvement of insulin resistance by panax ginseng in fructose-rich chow-fed rats.
Author(s): Liu T-P, Liu I-M, Cheng J-T
Horm Metab Res Mar, 2005; 37(3): 146-51.

34. The practice of polypharmacy involving herbal and prescription medicines in the treatment of diabetes mellitus, hypertension and gastrointestinal disorders in Jamaica.
Author(s): Delgoda R, Ellington C, Barrett S, Gordon N, Clarke N, Younger N
West Indian Med J Dec, 2004; 53(6): 400-5.

35. Antagonism of the anticoagulant effect of warfarin caused by the use of Commiphora molmol as a herbal medication: a case report.
Author(s): Al Faraj S
Ann Trop Med Parasitol Mar, 2005; 99(2): 219-20. No Abstract Available.

36. Effects of green tea extract administration on the pharmacokinetics of clozapine in rats.
Author(s): Jang E H, Choi J Y, Park C S, Lee S-K, Kim C E, Park H J, Kang J S, Lee J W, Kang J H
J Pharm Pharmacol Mar, 2005; 57(3): 311-6.

37. Effect of ginkgo and ginger on the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of warfarin in healthy subjects.
Author(s): Jiang Xuemin, Williams Kenneth M, Liauw Winston S, Ammit Alaina J, Roufogalis Basil D, Duke Colin C, Day Richard O, McLachlan Andrew J
Br J Clin Pharmacol Apr, 2005; 59(4): 425-32.

38. Herbal supplements in older adults. Consider interactions and adverse events that may result from supplement use.
Author(s): Hoblyn Jennifer C, Brooks John O
Geriatrics Feb, 2005; 60(2): 18, 22-3. No Abstract Available.

39. St. John's wort reduces effectiveness of anticancer medication.
Author(s): nu
Health News Feb, 2005; 11(2): 13. No Abstract Available.

40. Food-drug interactions via human cytochrome P450 3A (CYP3A).
Author(s): Fujita Ken-ichi
Drug Metabol Drug Interact , 2004; 20(4): 195-217.

41. Effects of Cassia auriculata and Cardospermum halicacabum teas on the steady state blood levels of theophylline in rats.
Author(s): Thabrew M I, Munasinghe T M J, Senarath S, Yapa R M S C
Drug Metabol Drug Interact , 2004; 20(4): 263-72.

42. Herb-drug interactions: an overview of the clinical evidence.
Author(s): Izzo Angelo A
Fundam Clin Pharmacol Feb, 2005; 19(1): 1-16.

43. Monograph. Angelica sinensis.
Author(s): nu
Altern Med Rev Dec, 2004; 9(4): 429-33. No Abstract Available.

44. Monograph. Valeriana officinalis.
Author(s): nu
Altern Med Rev Dec, 2004; 9(4): 438-41. No Abstract Available.

45. Medical mystery. A woman with too-thin blood. Why was the patient bleeding? What's her case mean to you?
Author(s): nu
Heart Advis Dec, 2004; 7(12): 4-5. No Abstract Available.

46. Phytopharmaceuticals--phytotherapy]
Author(s): Kopp Brigitte
Wien Med Wochenschr Nov, 2004; 154(21-22): 495-7. No Abstract Available.

47. Herbal remedies and anticoagulant therapy.
Author(s): Samuels Noah
Thromb Haemost Jan, 2005; 93(1): 3-7.

48. Impact of African herbal medicines on antiretroviral metabolism.
Author(s): Mills Edward, Foster Brian C, van Heeswijk Rolf, Phillips Elizabeth, Wilson Kumanan, Leonard Blair, Kosuge Kazuhiro, Kanfer Isadore
AIDS Jan 3, 2005; 19(1): 95-7.

49. Cinnamon to control blood sugar
Author(s): nu
MMW Fortschr Med Nov 25, 2004; 146(48): 12. No Abstract Available.

50. Patient education series. Herbal supplements.
Author(s): nu
Nursing Dec, 2004; 34(12): 52-3. No Abstract Available.

51. Pharmacogenetics and herb-drug interactions: experience with Ginkgo biloba and omeprazole.
Author(s): Yin Ophelia Q P, Tomlinson Brian, Waye Mary M Y, Chow Albert H L, Chow Moses S S
Pharmacogenetics Dec, 2004; 14(12): 841-50.

52. Prescribing herbal medications appropriately.
Author(s): Ernst Edzard
J Fam Pract Dec, 2004; 53(12): 985-8. No Abstract Available.

53. Kava update: a European perspective.
Author(s): Ernst Edzard
N Z Med J Nov 5, 2004; 117(1205): U1143. No Abstract Available.

54. Modulation of P-glycoprotein function by St John's wort extract and its major constituents.
Author(s): Weber C C, Kressmann S, Fricker G, M?ller W E
Pharmacopsychiatry Nov, 2004; 37(6): 292-8.

55. Coumadin and ginseng: a potentially dangerous combination.
Author(s): nu
Health News Nov, 2004; 10(11): 11. No Abstract Available.

56. Dietary antioxidants and human cancer.
Author(s): Borek Carmia
Integr Cancer Ther Dec, 2004; 3(4): 333-41.

57. Predicting pharmacokinetic herb-drug interactions.
Author(s): Zhou Shufeng, Chan Eli, Li Shu Chuen, Huang Min, Chen Xiao, Li Xiaotian, Zhang Qiang, Paxton James W
Drug Metabol Drug Interact , 2004; 20(3): 143-58.

58. Potential risks, adverse effects and drug interactions associated with herbal medicine in dental patients
Author(s): Zlotogorski Hurvitz A, Littner M
Refuat Hapeh Vehashinayim Apr, 2004; 21(2): 25-41, 97.

59. Herbal medicine use by children presenting for ambulatory anesthesia and surgery.
Author(s): Crowe Suzanne, Lyons Barry
Paediatr Anaesth Nov, 2004; 14(11): 916-9.

60. Risks of herbal medicinal products.
Author(s): Ernst E
Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf Nov, 2004; 13(11): 767-71.

61. The case of the felonious foxglove: the dark side of natural cures.
Author(s): Jeffcoat Marjorie K
J Am Dent Assoc Sep, 2004; 135(9): 1218, 1220. No Abstract Available.

62. Interactions between medicines and functional foods or dietary supplements.
Author(s): Ohnishi Noriaki, Yokoyama Teruyoshi
Keio J Med Sep, 2004; 53(3): 137-50.

63. Apocynum venetum extract does not induce CYP3A and P-glycoprotein in rats.
Author(s): Kobayashi Michiya, Saitoh Hiroshi, Seo Shujiro, Butterweck Veronika, Nishibe Sansei
Biol Pharm Bull Oct, 2004; 27(10): 1649-52.

64. Pharmacokinetic herb-drug interactions: are preventive screenings necessary and appropriate?
Author(s): Butterweck Veronika, Derendorf Hartmut, Gaus Wilhelm, Nahrstedt Adolf, Schulz Volker, Unger Matthias
Planta Med Sep, 2004; 70(9): 784-91.

65. Herbal medications in the perioperative orthopedic surgery patient.
Author(s): Trapskin Philip, Smith Kelly M
Orthopedics Aug, 2004; 27(8): 819-22. No Abstract Available.

66. Unknown risks of herbal medication use.
Author(s): D'Ambrosia Robert, Kilpatrick Jennifer A
Orthopedics Aug, 2004; 27(8): 803. No Abstract Available.

67. Effects of dietary supplements on induction and inhibition of cytochrome P450s protein expression in rats.
Author(s): Jang Eun-Hee, Park Yeong-Chul, Chung Woon-Gye
Food Chem Toxicol Nov, 2004; 42(11): 1749-56.

68. Complementary and alternative medical therapies for children with cancer.
Author(s): Kelly Kara M
Eur J Cancer Sep, 2004; 40(14): 2041-6.

69. Herb, nutrient and drug interactions may be hazardous.
Author(s): Tabone S
Tex Nurs Apr, 2001; 75(4): 5, 10, 14. No Abstract Available.

70. Inhibition of tumor growth in vitro by the extract of Fagopyrum cymosum
Author(s): Pui Kwong-Chan
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao Jul, 2003; 1(2): 128-31.

71. Comments on treatment of severe acute respiratory syndrome by integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine
Author(s): Wang Xin-Lu, Zhou Yong-Hong
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao Jul, 2003; 1(2): 155-7.

72. Complementary and alternative interventions in asthma, allergy, and immunology.
Author(s): Bielory Leonard
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol Aug, 2004; 93(2 Suppl 1): S45-54.

73. Assessing health risks of complementary alternative medicines in cancer patients.
Author(s): Shia G, Shaw D, Dargan P I
Br J Cancer Aug 31, 2004; 91(5): 995-6; author reply 996-7. No Abstract Available.

74. Complementary and alternative medicine: impact on dentistry.
Author(s): Little James W
Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod Aug, 2004; 98(2): 137-45.

75. The other side of the coin: safety of complementary and alternative medicine.
Author(s): Myers Stephen P, Cheras Phillip A
Med J Aust Aug 16, 2004; 181(4): 222-5.

76. Using complementary and alternative techniques--beware: harmful effects of herbs.
Author(s): Eliopoulos C
Director Winter, 2001; 9(1): 20-1. No Abstract Available.

77. Flavonoids: risks or therapeutic opportunities?
Author(s): Firenzuoli Fabio, Gori Luigi, Crupi Anna, Neri Daniele
Recenti Prog Med null; 95(7-8): 345-51.

78. How herbs can affect your patient's health.
Author(s): nu
Nursing Jul, 2004; 34(7): 70-1. No Abstract Available.

79. In vitro interaction of the HIV protease inhibitor ritonavir with herbal constituents: changes in P-gp and CYP3A4 activity.
Author(s): Patel Jignesh, Buddha Balasubrahmanyam, Dey Surajit, Pal Dhananjay, Mitra Ashim K
Am J Ther null; 11(4): 262-77.

80. Anesthetic considerations of the herbal, kava.
Author(s): Raduege Kevin M, Kleshinski James F, Ryckman J Victor, Tetzlaff John E
J Clin Anesth Jun, 2004; 16(4): 305-11.

81. Pharmacokinetic interactions of drugs with St John's wort.
Author(s): Zhou Shufeng, Chan Eli, Pan Shen-Quan, Huang Min, Lee Edmund J D
J Psychopharmacol Jun, 2004; 18(2): 262-76.

82. Herbal supplement use by persons aged over 50 years in Britain: frequently used herbs, concomitant use of herbs, nutritional supplements and prescription drugs, rate of informing doctors and potential for negative interactions.
Author(s): Canter Peter H, Ernst Edzard
Drugs Aging , 2004; 21(9): 597-605.

83. Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic drug interactions with Kava (Piper methysticum Forst. f.).
Author(s): Anke Jennifer, Ramzan Iqbal
J Ethnopharmacol Aug, 2004; 93(2-3): 153-60.

84. Interaction of St John's wort with conventional drugs: systematic review of clinical trials.
Author(s): Mills Edward, Montori Victor M, Wu Ping, Gallicano Keith, Clarke Mike, Guyatt Gordon
BMJ Jul 3, 2004; 329(7456): 27-30.

85. Comparison of natural product use between primary care and nephrology patients.
Author(s): Grabe Darren W, Garrison Gina Daubney
Ann Pharmacother null; 38(7-8): 1169-72.

86. Herbal remedies in the United States: potential adverse interactions with anticancer agents.
Author(s): Sparreboom Alex, Cox Michael C, Acharya Milin R, Figg William D
J Clin Oncol Jun 15, 2004; 22(12): 2489-503.

87. Common herbal supplements did not produce false-positive results on urine drug screens analyzed by enzyme immunoassay.
Author(s): Markowitz John S, Donovan Jennifer L, DeVane C Lindsay, Chavin Kenneth D
J Anal Toxicol null; 28(4): 272-3. No Abstract Available.

88. Herbal therapies.
Author(s): Tariq Syed H
Clin Geriatr Med May, 2004; 20(2): 237-57.

89. Herb-drug interactions: an evidence based approach.
Author(s): Coxeter P D, McLachlan A J, Duke C C, Roufogalis B D
Curr Med Chem Jun, 2004; 11(11): 1513-25.

90. Interference of Uzara glycosides in assays of digitalis glycosides.
Author(s): Th?rmann P A, Neff A, Fleisch J
Int J Clin Pharmacol Ther May, 2004; 42(5): 281-4.

91. Potential of chemotherapy-herb interactions in adult cancer patients.
Author(s): McCune Jeannine S, Hatfield Amy J, Blackburn Anne A R, Leith Patricia O, Livingston Robert B, Ellis Georgiana K
Support Care Cancer Jun, 2004; 12(6): 454-62.

92. Drug-drug, drug-dietary supplement, and drug-citrus fruit and other food interactions: what have we learned?
Author(s): Huang Shiew-Mei, Lesko Lawrence J
J Clin Pharmacol Jun, 2004; 44(6): 559-69.

93. Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies on interaction of "Trikatu" with diclofenac sodium.
Author(s): Lala L G, D'Mello P M, Naik S R
J Ethnopharmacol Apr, 2004; 91(2-3): 277-80.

94. Kava Hepatotoxicity: Are we any closer to the truth?
Author(s): Anke Jennifer, Ramzan Iqbal
Planta Med Mar, 2004; 70(3): 193-6.

95. Prevention of food-drug interactions with special emphasis on older adults.
Author(s): McCabe Beverly J
Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care Jan, 2004; 7(1): 21-6.

96. Effect of St John's wort and ginseng on the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of warfarin in healthy subjects.
Author(s): Jiang Xuemin, Williams Kenneth M, Liauw Winston S, Ammit Alaina J, Roufogalis Basil D, Duke Colin C, Day Richard O, McLachlan Andrew J
Br J Clin Pharmacol May, 2004; 57(5): 592-9.

97. Herbal modulation of P-glycoprotein.
Author(s): Zhou Shufeng, Lim Lee Yong, Chowbay Balram
Drug Metab Rev Feb, 2004; 36(1): 57-104.

98. Safety concerns of herbal remedies.
Author(s): Wynn Richard L
Gen Dent null; 51(1): 10-2, 14, 16. No Abstract Available.

99. Use of herbal therapies by older, community-dwelling women.
Author(s): G?z?m Sebahat, Unsal Ayla
J Adv Nurs Apr, 2004; 46(2): 171-8.

100. Drug interactions with St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum): a review of the clinical evidence.
Author(s): Izzo A A
Int J Clin Pharmacol Ther Mar, 2004; 42(3): 139-48.

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