fomivirsen

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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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The company has commercialized its first product, Vitravene (fomivirsen), to treat CMV-induced retinitis in AIDS patients.
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The company's first product, Vitravene, (fomivirsen), to treat CMV-induced retinitis in AIDS patients, is being sold in the United States, Europe, Brazil and Switzerland.
The company's first product, Vitravene (fomivirsen), to treat CMV-induced retinitis in AIDS patients, is being sold in the United States, Europe and Brazil.