Our DNA acts as a template to produce very important proteins known as enzymes. These enzymes are used to act upon certain target substances, like a drug, in order to trigger a reaction. In this case, the reaction would ideally be what allows the drug to do its intended work. A pharmacogenomics test will provide the information needed to allow the physician to prescribe the right medications and avoid those that would be both inefficient and/or could cause adverse drug interactions
Enzymes modify drugs into their active and inactive metabolites. A person’s genetic makeup may seriously affect how well certain enzymes perform.
RESPONSE™ acts as a lifelong prescribing roadmap, steering the provider towards drugs that are metabolized efficiently and away from those that are not.
RESPONSE™ acts as a safeguard, protecting both physician and patient from undesirable adverse drug reactions.
RESPONSE™ flags potentially dangerous interactions between drugs and often suggests suitable alternatives.
A lifelong prescribing roadmap that will steer the provider toward drugs that are metabolized efficiently and away from those that are not.
A safeguard, protecting both physician and patient from undesirable, adverse drug reactions and potentially dangers drug-drug interactions.
In cases of potential adverse drug reactions or unfavorable drug-drug interactions, RESPONSE™ often suggests suitable alternatives.
Patients that experience less than optimal results from prescribed medications.
Patients with a personal or family history of adverse drug reactions in response to certain medications.
Patients taking multiple prescribed medications for multiple chronic conditions.