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ARV

 
AIDS-related virus.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

ARV

(1) Human immunodeficiency virus-1 (HIV-1). 
(2) Human immunodeficiency virus-2 (HIV-2).
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He said that on Monday the centre had only 63 ARV vials and 125 dog-bite cases because both the CMCH and PPHI were not providing their share.
"We have also simplified the process so many are able to avail of the ARV.Before, you have to reach a certain level of CD4 before you can be enrolled in ARV but now when you test positive for HIV, you can immediately avail of ARV," he said.
'When an HIV positive person takes ARV daily as prescribed, he or she is likely to achieve viral suppression which leads to undetectable viral load usually within six months after starting treatment.
He is only the second person documented to be in sustained remission without ARV. The first, the Berlin Patient, also received a stem cell transplant from a donor with two CCR5[eth]o32 alleles, but to treat leukaemia.
As recently as May, ARV officers in Stirling assisted with the search for a vehicle reportedly being driven erratically on the M9 at Bannockburn as they were the closest unit available.
He said that stakeholders will continue to supply ARV and ASV injections to the cases.
"ARV officers will now support colleagues and the public by responding to a wider range of incidents with an emphasis on public protection, vulnerability and speed of response.
The number of patients in whom enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay was positive for HIV, the CD4+ count when available, and whether ARV treatment was given or not were extracted from the database.
Despite major advances and successes achieved in the last ten years, problems related with access to antiretroviral medicines (ARV) still persist and tend to increase in many developing countries: the maintenance and expansion of long-term financing; reducing early mortality by promptly starting ART and other medications against co-morbidities; implementation of novel 2010 WHO guidelines, which are more comprehensive and include costlier medicines in early treatment stages; improving the management of long-term treatment, which includes access to viral load tests needed for better clinical assessment and progression to second and third-line regimens (4).
Paul gives much discussion to associative remote viewing (ARV) and explains how it is not a remote viewing method.
According to the company, TLE400 is an antiretroviral (ARV) fixed-dose combination and will be available in developing countries as a first-line regimen for people being treated for HIV/AIDS.