Please note that there are in fact more than 150 entries in the
Registry. This is due to two facts: 1) Each drug may be sold in
different dosages (e.g. Lipitor 10 mg. or Lipitor 20 mg.), and 2)
Each drug may be sold in a variety of methods of delivery (e.g.
tablets, caplets, capsules, chewable tablets, patches, suppositories,
syrups or liquids for syringes).
Advisory: It is very important that you tell your health care practitioner and the pharmacist about all of the medications and supplements that you are taking and to ask them how to avoid harmful interactions between those drugs. You should also ask your healthcare practitioner and pharmacist about any side effects associated with drugs you are taking or any other question you may have about the drug.
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