HIV | Two Drug ART? — Clinical Considerations
e-HIV Review is a monthly CE series for nurses, nurse practitioners, and others involved in the care of patients with HIV. It provides updates on the latest research, best practices, and issues currently under debate, as well as a concise review of relevant journal literature.
(Volume 5, Issue 2)
- Identify appropriate and inappropriate patients and circumstances for a two-drug regimen as initial therapy.
- Describe appropriate and inappropriate patients and circumstances for two-drug regimen switch or maintenance therapy.
Ethel D. Weld, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences
Division of Infectious Diseases
Division of Clinical Pharmacology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
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