How Long Does Indinavir Take To Work
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Harvard Medical SchoolYup. Very clear. Hope the answer is equally lucid.Yes -- delavirdine (for simplicity I'll abbreviate it DLV) does have similar effects on the p450 system as does ritonavir. Not as potent but similar. So yes you can dose reduce the IDV to... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineBuflomedil is not available to my knowledge in the US. It is a adrenergic agonists with some calcium channel blocker activity that is used for intermittent claudication and other indications. I don't know how it is metabolized since I could... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillI suspect your brother is on one more additional drug (probably zidovudine or stavudine) along with his indinavir, ritonavir and lamivudine. If he is not, he should be.This is an older combination of drugs not used much in the US but it should work... Read more »
University of California Los Angeles School of MedicineNope -- I think you are probably right on the money. Your partner is risking it all by taking Crix with food and/or skipping doses. Why go through the hassle of taking meds, and possible side effects, if you don't do everything possible to... Read more »
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