University of Liverpool Drug Interactions Database

Around 37 million individuals are living worldwide with HIV and although advances in therapy have yielded effective regimens, individual antiretroviral drugs are amongst the most therapeutically risky for drug-drug interactions presenting significant risks to patients and a challenge for health care providers to ensure safe and appropriate prescribing. In order to address this, the Liverpool Drug Interactions website was established in 1999 by members of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Liverpool to provide a freely available drug-drug interaction resource.