Practical Aspects of Antiretroviral Treatment in Children
For those with access to antiretroviral medication, HIV is now a treatable condition. Long-term viral suppression can be achieved and the expectation is maintenance of health. One of the main and most challenging tasks for clinical staff is to help children to continue to take these difficult medications on a daily basis throughout childhood and into adult life. If that can be achieved, an optimistic future should be predicted with a long life and near-normal lifestyle.
KeywordsNucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor Mitochondrial Toxicity Undetectable Plasma Viral Load Peutic Drug Monitoring Protean Clinical Manifestation
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