Nelfinavir/nevirapine/zidovudine withdrawal

May 2004
Reactions Weekly;5/1/2004, Issue 999, p12
Discuses research being done on the development of multiple organ failure in a woman patient receiving nelfinavir, nevirapine and zidovudine for HIV infection. Reference to a study by M. Crespo et al published in a January 2004 issue of the "European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases"; Symptoms exhibited by the patient; Significance of antiretroviral agents to the condition of the patient.


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