NNRTI


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Related to NNRTI: nevirapine, HAART, efavirenz, Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors

NNRTI

abbr.
non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor

NNRTI

NNRTI

Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor, see there.

NNRTI

Nonnucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor.
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Patients switched at varying degrees to protease inhibitors and NNRTIs.
The authors did not specify whether the nevirapine experienced patients had actually failed the NNRTI or their length of experience on the drug.
We have evaluated our 2nd generation NNRTI for the treatment of HIV, RDEA427, in a human micro-dose pharmacokinetic study and have selected it for clinical development.
Children failing an initial regimen containing an NNRTI usually have resistance, but still have a powerful second regimen available.
Adverse events (AEs) leading to discontinuation in the EDURANT arm were 4 percent compared to 9 percent in the EFV arm, and there were no new safety concerns with either NNRTI between 48 and 96 weeks.
If ANY systemic features are noted the NNRTI should be stopped immediately and the patient treated supportively until the rash recovers.
1) Drug-drug interactions were more frequent among people taking a PI or an NNRTI than among people taking Isentress.
Bone densities were retested after 48 weeks of combination HIV therapy with a nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI) and nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs), or an NNRTI and a boosted protease inhibitor, or two NRTIs and a boosted protease inhibitor.
INTELENCE is the First NNRTI to Show Antiviral Activity in Patients With NNRTI-Resistant Virus
Rilpivirine (Tibotec) is an NNRTI and a di-aryl-pyrimidine (DAPY).
Further, as late as 2001, 96% of all treatment regimens in Greenland included an unboosted PI (26% in Denmark), and in 2002 only 7% were NNRTI based (40% in Denmark).