Antiretroviral (ARV) regimens are often complex and specific to each patient’s needs. Effectiveness, side effects, adherence, and resistance issues are of consideration when choosing ARVs. The following resources can assist you in considering the variables.
Antiretroviral Drug Tables
The CCC’s antiretroviral tables explain available drugs, reactions, interactions, and renal/hepatic dosing. Both a comprehensive table listing all current available drugs and a table of frequently prescribed drugs is available. Tables are updated as new drugs or dosages are made available.
- Antiretrovirals: Adult Dosing, Dosage Form Modifications, Adverse Reactions, and Potential Interactions (Comprehensive)
- Antiretrovirals: Adult Dosing, Dosage Form Modifications, Adverse Reactions, and Potential Interactions (Frequently Prescribed ARVs Only)
- NIH Guide to Prescription HIV Medications
- Dosing of Antiretroviral Drugs in Adults with Renal Insufficiency and Hemodialysis
Go to AETC website