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fomivirsen

 [fo-miv´er-sin]
an antiviral agent administered by intravitreal injection in the treatment of cytomegalovirus retinitis associated with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS); used as the sodium salt.

fomivirsen

/fo·mi·vir·sen/ (fo-miv´er-sin) an antiviral agent used as the sodium salt in the treatment of cytomegalovirusretinitis associated with AIDS.

fomivirsen

[fomiv′ersin]
an antiviral agent administered by intravitreal injection in the treatment of cytomegalovirus retinitis associated with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS); used as the sodium salt.
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Fomivirsen Sodium Injection (Vitravene introvitreal injectable), Isis Pharmaceuticals
Fomivirsen sodium for AIDS-related CMV (cytomegalovirus) retinitis and palivizumab for RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) complications will increase the fastest in demand among other new products.
In a poster presentation entitled, "Case Studies of Intravitreal Fomivirsen Sodium for CMV Retinitis Unresponsive to Cidofovir," data were presented on 11 patients (13 eyes) treated with the 150 microgram and the 330 microgram dose of fomivirsen.