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HIV: antiretroviral treatment and emergence of resistance 

HIV: antiretroviral treatment and emergence of resistance
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HIV: antiretroviral treatment and emergence of resistance
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Daniel Bradshaw

, and Amber Arnold

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199665754.003.0007
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date: 19 January 2020

HIV resistance continues to pose a problem in the choice for effective regimens despite the arrival of newer antiretroviral agents. The emergence of resistance is dependent on both physician factors (for example, interpreting resistance information appropriately and prescribing medications at the correct dose and in effective combinations) as well as patient-related factors relating to adherence. This chapter presents a case where both areas were not ideal. The role of genotypic assays is evaluated and the interpretation of resistance data and choices of antiretroviral agents discussed.

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