I'hree nucleosides that have this effect are Retrovir
(zidovudine), which is part of Combivir; Videx (didanosine); and Zerit (stavudine).
Program Abstr Conf Retrovir
Oppor Infect 2004 Feb 8-11 11th San Francisco California : abstract no.
GSK reduce tambien el precio de otros como el Epivir 5 pesos, Retrovir
(AZT), a 8 pesos, lo que significae entre el 38 y 45 38% menos.
NRTIs--Ziagen, Trizivir, Videx, Epivir, 3TC, Combivir, Zerit, d4T, Viread, Hivid, Retrovir
A typical anti-HIV cocktail consists of one protease inhibitor, such as Kaletra or Viracept, and two nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors, such as Zerit, Retrovir
, and Videx.
Researchers in the US have found a new class of HIV-1 which appears to be becoming resistant to the drug zidovudine, also known as AZT or Retrovir
Also known as zidovudine and Retrovir
, Azidothymidine was approved by the FDA in March of 1987, just a few years after the disease had reached crisis level here in the U.
Zidovudine (Azidothymidine, AZT, Retrovir
, ZDV), Glaxo Wellcome
For instance, in Britain, where parallel importing is common, the list price for Glaxo's Retrovir
is 125 [pounds sterling], but consumers can purchase the same brand-name drug imported from other European countries for as low as 54 [pounds sterling].
Its products include the world's biggest-selling drug, anti-ulcer treatment Zantac, virus treatment Zovirax, migraine treatment Imigran, asthma drug Ventolin and Aids treatments Retrovir
John was taking Retrovir
, a drug prescribed only for patients with AIDS.
The investigation showed that Doe had been getting prescriptions for Retrovir
, an anti-AIDS drug.
Preliminary results of a international trial of Retrovir
(zidovudine, also known as AZT) indicate that treatment with the drug can reduce by two-thirds the risk of HIV-infected pregnant women transmitting the virus to their babies.
Department of Health and Human Services, described a recent nationwide study that found that the antiviral drug zidovudine (trademark Retrovir
, commonly known as AZT) may delay the progression to AIDS in symptomless infected individuals.
A videocassette describing the use of Retrovir
(AZT), the only anti-AIDS drug approved by the FDA, was sent unsolicited to thousands of physicians across the nation.