What Does Atazanavir Treat
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThe increased bilirubin levels seen with atazanavir generally doesn't turn the skin or eyes noticeably yellow so for most that is not a concern. If it happens (though rarely) then switching off the drug reverses the condition. KH... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Dual protease inhibitor (PI) regimens have been used to treat HIV/AIDS; however, the possibility of drug-drug interactions must be carefully considered. Drug-drug interaction studies with Prezista (darunavir) have revealed that most other PIs are... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineHeadaches have been relatively uncommon with atazanavir in my experience and more often have been triggered by other drugs in the regimen or non-HIV drug factors. If atazanavir appears to be clearly linked to the headache then consideration of... Read more »
Washington University St. Louis, MO - Facultad de MedicinaHe tratado unos 20 pacientes con atazanavir como parte de estudios clnicos. En general es un frmaco bien tolerado, salvo porque en algunos pacientes incrementa la bilirrubina indirecta y algunos de ellos (uno de cada 20) se pone claramente icterico... Read more »
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Posted by sweetvanilla27, 1 ReplyI am wanting to hear from anyone who have experienced taking Raltegravir, Truvada & Atazanavir and how you have got on with the meds?
I first started taking meds in May this year I was put on Truvda and Sustiva first, and was taken off them due... Read more »
Posted by princealbertDoes anyone know how to access atazanavir, a new protease inhibitor not yet approved? I've got less than 20 CD4, VL 40,000, am multi-drug resistant, and don't have too many options left. I might be getting T-20, but need another good drug to add to... Read more »
Posted by princealbert, 1 ReplyDoes anyone know how to access atazanavir, a new protease inhibitor not yet approved? I've got less than 20 CD4, VL 40,000, am multi-drug resistant, and don't have too many options left. I might be getting T-20, but need another good drug to add to... Read more »
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