You can install PPMD to make it easier to access on your device. A network connection is still required to view medication and interaction information.
You should now see a icon on your home screen.
Tap then menu button, and then tap Install.
Not all web browsers and platforms support progressive web applications (PWA). Consult the documentation for your web browser for additional assistance.
The Precautionary and Prohibited Medications Database was created to assist AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG) investigators and research staff during protocol development and the conduct of clinical studies. Investigators and research staff may access the most current pharmacokinetic data regarding drug-drug interactions for medications utilized in each of several ACTG scientific focus areas.
The drug interactions are divided into a Precautionary Medications and a Prohibited Medications section. In order to gain more experience with the data in this database, users are also encouraged to complete the Clinical Pharmacology Tutorial that is provided through the University at Buffalo's Clinical Pharmacology Quality Assurance program.
This database assists HIV researchers developing a protocol or conducting a protocol to:
The Precautionary and Prohibited Medications Database is funded by the AIDS Clinical Trials Group.