Fortovase


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Related to Fortovase: Invirase

For·to·vase

(fôr′tō-vās′)
A trademark for the drug saquinavir.
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At 48 weeks, 57 percent of the Fortovase recipients had undetectable HIV RNA viral load levels below 400 copies; however, only 38 percent of the Invirase recipients had undetectable viral load levels.
COLUMN A COLUMN B Crixivan Combivir Kaletra Retrovir plus Epivir Norvir plus Fortovase Retrovir plus Videx Norvir plus Kaletra Trizivir Sustiva Zerit plus Epivir Viracept Zerit plus Videx
COLUMN A COLUMN B Agenerase Retrovir plus Hivid Fortovase Videx plus Epivir Norvir Rescriptor Viracept plus Fortovase Viramune Ziagen
Agenerase amprenavir Combivir [AZT+3TC] Crixivan indinavir Epivir lamivudine (3TC) Fortovase saquinavir Hivid zalcitabine (ddC) Kaletra lopinavir/ritonavir Norvir ritonavir Rescriptor delavirdine Retrovir zidovudine (AZT) Sustiva efavirienz Trizivir [abacavir+AZT+3TC] Videx didanosine (ddI) Viracept nelfinavir Viramune nevirapine Viread tenofovir DF Zerit stavudine (d4T) Ziagen abacavir
Fischer was Medical Director for Hoffmann-LaRoche's Virology Group, where he was involved in the launch of INVIRASE and developed FORTOVASE, protease inhibitors for the treatment of HIV.
HIV Drugs 1999 Nonnucleoside Nucleoside Reverse Reverse Transcriptase Transcriptase Inhibitors Inhibitors (NNRTI) (NRTI) Rescriptor Combivir (delavirdine mesylate) (lamivudine/zidovudine) Viramune Epivir (nevirapine) (lamivudine) Sustiva Retrovir (efavirenz; DMP-266) (zidovudine; AZT; ZDV) Zerit (stavudine; d4T) Hivid (zalcitabine; ddC) Videx (didanosine; ddl) Ziagan (abacavir; 1592) Nucleotide Analogue Protease Inhibitors (PI) (*)Preveon Crixivan (adefovir dipivoxil; PMEA) (indinavir) Norvir (ritonavir) Fortovase (saquinavir) Viracept (nelfinavir mesylate) (*) Agenerase[TM] (amprenavir; 141W94, VX-478)