Metabolic Complications Associated with HIV Protease Inhibitor Therapy

  title={Metabolic Complications Associated with HIV Protease Inhibitor Therapy},
  author={Dr David Nolan},
HIV protease inhibitors were introduced into clinical practice over 7 years ago as an important component of combination antiretroviral drug regimens which in many ways revolutionised the treatment of HIV infection. The significant improvements in prognosis that have resulted from the use of these regimens, combined with the need for lifelong treatment, have increasingly focused attention on the adverse effects of antiretroviral drugs and on the metabolic complications of HIV protease… CONTINUE READING
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