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Antiretroviral Therapy

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  • HIV Meds Quarterly
    Brief updates and analysis of new findings related to common therapies used by HIV clinicians

Guidelines

Manual Chapters

  • ARV Interactions
    Drug tables of ARV interactions with common medications, food and supplements, lipid-lowering medications, and psychoactive medications. (Primary Care of Veterans with HIV)

Clinician Tools

  • The Image Library
    Images of clinical symptoms of HIV, including dermatological, pulmonary, ophthalmic, and oral manifestations

Related Resources

  • Antiretroviral Drug ProfilesLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    Profiles include background, approvals, formulation and dosing, clinical use, and resistance. From HIV Insite, a project of the University of California San Francisco.
  • Database of Antiretroviral Drug InteractionsLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    Searchable database by antiretroviral drug, interacting drug, or interacting drug class. From HIV Insite, a project of the University of California San Francisco.
  • Antiretroviral Pregnancy RegistryLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    In order to improve tracking of pregnancy-related adverse effects and fetal effects, the registry has been established as a collaborative project among the pharmaceutical industry, pediatric and obstetric providers, the CDC, and the NIH. Providers are encouraged to add to the available information on fetal risk by using this registry at first contact with a pregnant woman on ARVs.
  • HIV InSite Online TextbookLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    Chapters from the on-line textbook of HIV disease from the University of California San Francisco and San Francisco General Hospital.
    • Adherence to HIV Antiretroviral TherapyLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
      Reviews the current understanding of antiretroviral adherence, with a focus on describing the clinical implications of nonadherence and practical strategies for assessing and improving adherence.