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Patients with acute renal failure, chronic kidney disease (CKD) or those treated with dialysis or kidney transplantation are frequently prescribed numerous medications. Drugs of many therapeutic classes are used to treat the underlying diseases leading to CKD, such as diabetes mellitus and hypertension, while others are used to control or treat the common complications of CKD, such as anemia, renal bone disease and lipid disorders. Dialysis patients often are prescribed 10 to 12 medications. With such a large number of medications, there is an increased risk for drug interactions. The accompanying table has been prepared as a reference regarding the most clinically significant drug interactions that might occur, together with an indication of the possible consequence. This table should be used as a general guideline.

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