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MW AETC Resources

Last updated December 6, 2017

Be "In the Know" About Your HIV Medications

Initiated in the ID clinic and pharmacy as an information reference for patients, this is a laminated, pocket card about drug-drug interactions between antiretrovirals and other classes of medications. It explains why this is a concern, describes what types of medications may complicate ART, offers suggestions about how to avoid interactions, and provides resources for specific information on individual drug interactions. Intended for distribution in HIV care settings and clinical trial settings. May also be useful in subspecialty clinics where HIV pts are referred for care.Initiated in the ID clinic and pharmacy as an information reference for patients, this is a laminated, pocket card about drug-drug interactions between antiretrovirals and other classes of medications. It explains why this is a concern, describes what types of medications may complicate ART, offers suggestions about how to avoid interactions, and provides resources for specific information on individual drug interactions. Intended for distribution in HIV care settings and clinical trial settings. May also be useful in subspecialty clinics where HIV pts are referred for care.

Last updated December 6, 2017

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