Brand Name: Crixivan Other Name(s): IDV, indinavir sulfate Drug Class: Protease Inhibitors
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What Is Indinavir?
Indinavir is a drug used as part of antiretroviral therapy (ART). It i...
Brand name: Crixivan
Generic name: indinavir sulfate (indinavir), or IDV
Class: Protease inhibitor (PI)
Manufacturer: Merck and Co., www.merck.com, (800) 850-3430
AWP: $548.12/month for 180 400 mg capsules
Standard Dose: STANDARD DOSE: Rarely us...
Crixivan 400-mg capsules are semi-translucent white capsules coded with "CRIXIVANTM 400 mg" in green. Other dose formulations of Crixivan are available. Dosing may vary.
Background and Description Dose Food Restrictions Storage Patient Assis...
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