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  • Nature and prevalence of adverse drug reaction of antiretroviral medications in Halibet National Referral Hospital: a retrospective study. [Journal Article]
  • BPBMC Pharmacol Toxicol 2019 May 06; 20(1):24
  • Hagos L, Fessehaye S, Anand IS
  • CONCLUSIONS: ADRs associated with ART drugs in Halibet hospital were found to be highly prevalent. Furthermore, CD4 count below 200, was identified as a major risk factor that predisposes patients to ADRs. This is burdensome to resource constrained countries such as Eritrea who have limited drug options and high HIV prevalence, therefore these findings will help patients and healthcare professionals understand the nature as well as seriousness of these ADRs and identify the risks involved with ART medications which can help minimize ART associated ADRs early on.
  • Incidence and predictors of treatment failure among children on first-line antiretroviral therapy in Amhara Region Referral Hospitals, northwest Ethiopia 2018: A retrospective study. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2019; 14(5):e0215300
  • Yihun BA, Kibret GD, Leshargie CT
  • CONCLUSIONS: The proportion of treatment failure among children on first-line ART in Amhara Region referral hospitals, Northwest Ethiopia was found to be high. Nearly half of the children experienced Virologic failure. Poor ART adherence, children whose parents`died without parents, WHO clinical stage-4 at baseline and type of regimen patients took were found to be predictors of first-line ART treatment failure. Therefore, expanding access to routine viral load, CD4 and clinical monitoring is mandatory to detect and early intervene of treatment failures' to improve outcomes for children on ART. Patient caregivers or parents should strictly support children on medication adherence. Training to health professionals should be given time-based on revised guidelines, and follow up of treatment outcome should be monitored nationally to take the appropriate intervention.
  • Nevirapine in HIV maintenance therapy - can "old drugs" survive in current HIV management? [Journal Article]
  • SMSwiss Med Wkly 2019 04 22; 149:w20053
  • Notter J, Bregenzer A, … Kahlert CR
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this study, two thirds of the patients continued nevirapine with favourable long-term tolerability and efficacy. Thus, this low-cost “old drug” may still represent a valid treatment switch option for maintenance therapy in selected patients with a fully suppressed viral load. However, further evaluation is needed. &nbsp.
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