The goal of antiretroviral therapy in HIV positive patients is 1 Maximum

The goal of antiretroviral therapy in hiv positive

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375.The goal of antiretroviral therapy in HIV-positive patients is: 1. Maximum suppression of HIV replication2. Eradication of HIV virus from the body3. Determining a treatment regimen that is free of adverse effects4. Suppression of CD4 T-cell count 376.Pregnant women who are HIV positive:
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377.Antiretroviral therapy is recommended for HIV-positive patients with: 378.If considering starting a patient on the nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor abacavir, the following testing is recommended prior to prescribing: 379.Suzanne is pregnant and has tested HIV positive. Which antiretroviral drug should be avoided in womenwho are pregnant? 1. Lopinavir/r2. Zidovudine3. Ritonavir4. Lopinavir/ritonavir 380.The cost of HIV treatment can be prohibitive for any patient. Patients can receive assistance from the: 4. Centers for Disease Control HIV/AIDS Treatment Fund381.Resistance to antiretroviral therapy (ART) is measured by: 382.Phenotype assays are used to measure _______ of antiretroviral therapy. 383.Patient factors that contribute to antiretroviral therapy (ART) failure include: 1. Being a male who has sex with males2. HIV diagnosis in pregnancy3. Good compliance with the ART treatment regimen4. ART adverse effects 384.Patients who are taking antiretroviral therapy need to have the following monitored: 385.Successful antiretroviral therapy (ART) in an HIV-positive patient is determined by:
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