Some drugs, like insulin, may interfere with the body's lipase system. This kind of interaction seems, however, to be of only limited clinical importance.
Heparin given in clinical doses causes a transient release of lipoprotein lipase into the circulation. This may result initially in increased plasma lipolysis followed by a transient decrease in triglyceride clearance.
Soya-bean oil has a natural content of vitamin K1. This may interfere with the therapeutic effect of coumarin derivatives which should be closely monitored in patients treated with such drugs.
Nutriflex Omega Special: Potassium containing solutions like Nutriflex Omega special should be used with caution in patients receiving drugs that increase serum potassium concentration (e.g. potassium-sparing diuretics, ACE inhibitors, cyclosporine or tacrolimus).