Pharmazam Advises Consumers, Patients and Health Care Professionals of Potential Adverse Drug Reactions with COVID-19 Treatment Prescriptions
Watch Dr. Howard McLeod explain the importance of understanding potential adverse drug-to-drug reactions prior to taking any new medication to treat Covid-19 and how you and your physician can make the safest choices. Dr. McLeod was recently named President and Chief Medical Officer of Pharmazam after 3 years of collaboration with the team. He is rated the #1 pharmacogenetic and precision doctor in the U.S. (#2 in the world), making his insights invaluable to the system.
A helpful overview explaining the new COVID-19 Medications Tab in the Pharmazam app. It’s all part of a personalized healthcare system that helps to enhance your quality of life by providing real-time information on over 130,000 medications and how they could react to any potential current drug to drug, drug to illness, drug to allergy, drug to food, and drug to gene reactions based on your specific health profile and genetic makeup.Download The App
This screenshot from the app is from an actual patient showing a possibly life-threatening adverse drug-to-drug reaction to Hydroxychloroquine used to treat COVID-19.
Below is a list of medications that have been identified to have a potential role in either the treatment of an aspect of COVID-19 infection or for which there is debate regarding its use in COVID-19 patients. The Pharmazam App can instantly indicate if any of these could cause a serious Adverse Drug Reaction.