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March/April 2012

Brand name: Not yet established

Generic name: elvitegravir, or EVG

Class: Integrase inhibitor (integrase strand transfer inhibitor, or INSTI)

Manufacturer: Gilead Sciences, Inc.,, (800) GILEAD-5 (445-3235)

AWP: TBD; investigational drug at press time.

Standard Dose: One 150 mg or one 85 mg tablet once a day boosted with either Norvir or cobicistat. The dose depends on drug interactions with the co-administered PI. Take missed dose as soon as possible, unless it is closer in time to your next dose. Do not double up on your next dose.

Potential side effects and toxicity: Seen in clinical studies:

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See Also
The 16th Annual HIV Drug Guide
More on HIV Medications
Other Integrase Inhibitors

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