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COMPATIBILIDAD ENTRE ATRIPLA Y KETOCONAZOL
Jul 26, 2008

ESTOY TOMANDO ATRIPLA Y QUISIERA SABER SI PUEDO TOMAR A LA VEZ KETOCONAZOL A QUE TENGO HONGOS EN LAS UÑAS DE LOS PIES. GRACIAS.

Response from Dr. Natterstad

Efavirenz (Sustiva, Stocrin) tiene la potencialidad de disminuir las concentraciones de ketoconazole en sangre, pero no es clínicamente importante. Sí, puedes considerarlos compatibles. ¡Brindemos por las uñas de los pies más bonitas!

Dr. Steve


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