Pharmacogenomics is the study of how genes affect a person's response to drugs. This is relatively a new field of science that combines the understanding of pharmacology (the science of drugs) and genomics (the study of genes and their functions) to develop effective, safe medications and doses that will be tailored according to a person's genetic makeup...
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PGx testing is one tool; your healthcare provider can use to help identify the right drug for you.
There are different reasons why your healthcare provider might order PGx testing to help guide your current or future medication use, such as:
To identify the risk and avoid or prevent serious side effects related to certain medications
To adjust the dose of a current medication or recommend a different medication
To identify medication or dose of a medication, most likely to work for you before you take it.
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These types of questions might be answered by Pharmacogenomics (PGx), which is, the study of how genes affect the body's response to medications.
Pharmacogenomic (PGx) testing, also referred to as drug-gene testing can guide your health care provider to tailor your medications based on your genes.
This is the key to personalizing your health care.
A science, which helps you to understand how your body will respond to any medicine? This can be understood based on your genetic makeup.
Genes that are inherited from your parents carry information that determines characteristics such as eye color, blood type, etc.
Similarly genes also influence how you process and respond to medications. Depending upon your genetic makeup, some medications may work faster for you, or some may work slower. Some may produce more side effects, while some may produce fewer.
It is an emerging tool of pharmacogenomic testing of psychiatry medications, which does the analysis of essential genes and help you to identify the best suitable drug for an individual. Thus it ensures personalized treatment, which improves patient compliance and quality of life.
This test provides testing of those genes which are responsible for metabolism and action of following drugs used in cardiac disease management - Warfarin, Clopidogrel, Statins, etc.
Gene based actionable interpretations are given for the selection of the right drug. The genetic test is helpful in understanding the difference in rate of drug metabolism among each patient.