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PW11: Herb/Drug Interactions and Preventing Pharmaceutical-Induced Nutrient Depletions
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Continuing Education Credits
2.5 hours of pharmacy for California Naturopathic Doctors
3.0 CA LAc Category 1 Home Study Credits

Dr. Daniel Richardson, PhD

Webinar Description
Update on the type, mechanism, and severity of drug interactions with other drugs, foods, and botanicals, as well as those nutrients depleted by taking these drugs. There are many serious accidental poisonings and overdose situations, which are often caused by a lack of knowledge of these interactions. The major groups of medications will be covered, along with the most common botanical medicines, taken by our patients. Pharmacogenomics and nutrients depleted by drugs play a significant aspect in the cause of side-effects and untoward reactions due to certain drugs. The major drug-induced nutrient depletions, the sequelae of the depletions, as well as the amount of vitamins and nutrients that need to be replaced will be discussed. Finally, we will review the interactions of the botanicals with each other, based upon pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, as well as the pharmacogenomic considerations.
Goals and Objectives
  1. Major Mechanism of Drug Interactions
  2. Pharmacokinetic mechanisms
  3. Major Pharmacodynamics Interactions
  4. Drug Botanical Interactions (Major Organ system drugs, CNS, CV, GI, Respiratory and Hormone
  5. Susceptibility (Who is affected most)
  6. Primary Malabsorption mechanism
  7. Secondary Malabsorption mechanism
  8. Liver detoxification pathway mechanisms
  9. Drug Induced Nutrient Depletions
  10. How to counteract the depletion/Food choices
Dr. Richardson, PhD.
Dr Richardson is on the Post Doctorate Faculty at National University of Health Sciences, Logan College of Chiropractic and the Continuing Education University as well as the American College of Physical Medicine.  His list of post graduate topics include all areas of nutrition, pharmacology, pharmacognosy, drug interactions, drug-induced nutrient depletions, nutrition for sports physician Certification Program and nutrition for the Diplomate in Sports Medicine for physicians. He has spoken on these and other topics both in this country and in Europe. He has published many papers, the most recent of which is "The effects of Oral Contraceptive-Induced Nutrition Depletions and its consequences" The Original Internist, June 2011, pg 45-60.

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• Windows version (.wmv) and Mac version (.mov) of the Webinar
• PDF booklet
• Certification form
• Purchase the webinar
• Download files to your computer
• Watch webinar
• Use the link in the Word file receive your Self-Study CE certificate