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HIV Medications: When to Start and What to Take

C O N T E N T SHIV Medications: The BasicsWhen to Start Treatment?What Is a T-Cell or CD4 Count?What Is Viral Load?Preparing to Start TreatmentWhat to Start Treatment With?Considering Your Options?Why an Experienced...

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Meet the HIV Medications

Picture & Name of MedicationDosage NotesSide Effects & InteractionsMulti-Class CombosAtripla(combination of Sustiva + Viread + Emtriva)Taken once daily; take on an empty stomach or with a light snackDon't take with Combivir, Emtriva, Epivir, ...

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Meet the Meds

Now that you've thought about the class or classes of HIV medications you should start with, it's time to choose specific medications. Besides considering all the things we've mentioned, there's another important factor: How often will you need to ta...

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Labeling for Protease Inhibitors Updated With New Info on Drug-Drug Interactions

The approved protease inhibitors for the treatment of HIV-1 infection now all include the following drug-drug interaction information:

Revatio (sildenafil) as a contraindicated medication when prescribed for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hyper...

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Ongoing Safety Review of High-Dose Zocor (Simvastatin) and Increased Risk of Muscle Injury

Safety Announcement Additional Information for Patients Additional Information for Healthcare Professionals Data Summary Simvastatin Dose Limitations Contact Us

Safety Announcement

Based on review of data from a large clinical trial and...

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Women and HIV: Hormonal Contraception for HIV Positive Women

For women who are living with HIV, avoiding pregnancy (or the side effects of severe periods) may not be as easy as popping a birth control pill. As this article from the San Francisco AIDS Foundation details, the use of hormonal contraceptives can r...

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HAART Chart -- Approved Antiretroviral Drugs

Generic (Common) NameBrand NameCompanyYear ApprovedProtease Inhibitors (PIs)amprenavirAgeneraseGlaxoSmithKline1999; withdrawn 2007atazanavirReyatazBristol-Myers Squibb2003darunavirPrezistaTibotec2006fosamprenavirLexiva (U.S.)Telzir (Europe)ViiV Healt...

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Kaletra (Lopinavir/Ritonavir) Package Insert Revision Regarding Drug-Drug Interaction Information

On January 29, 2009, FDA approved revisions to the Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir) package insert to include drug-drug interaction information for concurrent Kaletra administration with inhaled medicines such as salmeterol or salmeterol in combination ...

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Information for Health Care Professionals: Update to the Labeling of Clopidogrel Bisulfate (Marketed as Plavix) to Alert Health Care Professionals About a Drug Interaction With Omeprazole (Marketed as Prilosec and Prilosec OTC)

FDA is alerting the public to new safety information concerning an interaction between clopidogrel (Plavix), an anti-clotting medication, and omeprazole (Prilosec/Prilosec OTC), a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) used to reduce stomach acid. New data show...

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CCR5 Antagonists and Tropism Testing in Clinical Practice

Full Audio and Slides:Listen to Audio (77 min.)Download AudioDownload SlidesListen to Audio With SlidesWritten Summaries,Audio and SlidesDivided by Topic:Research UpdateListen to Audio (45 min.)Read Written SummaryDownload AudioDownload SlidesCase St...