Protease Inhibitor Dosages
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Harvard Medical SchoolThe usual doses when combining ritonavir and saquinavir are 400 to 600 mg ofritonavir twice daily plus 400 mg of saquinavir. When you use only 200 mg ofritonavir it may be enough to help increase saquinavir levels, but it'scertainly not enough... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolA few comments to see what I can do to clarify what you've read.First - the guidelines. They do comment on some of the protease inhibitors that they recommend as part of a first combination, such as Viracept. They also comment on other... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillThere are concerns that garlic in sufficient quantities can interfer with certain HIV drugs. This is best described fo rteh protease inhibitor saquinavir (Fortovase, Invirase) but may hold true for other drugs in and outside of this drug class.One... Read more »
University of Utah, School of MedicineBMS-232632 is a new protease inhibitor that is being developed by Bristol Myers Squibb. Luckily, it is about due to get a real name. The studies presented so far have demonstrated that it has a long half life and probably can be used as a once a day... Read more »
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This is a question for the gentlemen with Hemophilia please.
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