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Database of anti-retroviral drugs approved for use in the USA arranged alphabetically by brand name; updated daily with new drugs.

It is VERY important that HIV patients take these drugs exactly as prescribed. 

DO NOT SKIP DOSES. Even skipping one dose of HIV medication can be detrimental to the outcome of therapy.  Call your pharmacist 2 or 3 days in advance for refills.  Do not wait until the last minute. 

Practice Safe-Sex.  Recent studies demonstrate that even though your viral load may be so low that it is undetectable, you can still transmit the HIV virus via bodily fluids such as semen or  vaginal secretions.  It is very important that you practice safe-sex if you are HIV positive regardless of whether you are taking these medicines.

There is Hope.  HIV is a chronic disease just like diabetes, hypertension or asthma.  Just like other chronic conditions, HIV is highly treatable.  In fact, HIV is less deadly than heart failure or many cancers.  There are millions of HIV positive people working, raising families, spending time with friends and family; enjoying life.

The key to HIV treatment is early detection and sticking to the regimen of medicines that your doctor has prescribed.

One day there will be a cure.  We have made remarkable progress fighting HIV. New medications are coming out all the time.  HIV is not the death-sentence it was 10 or 15 years ago. 

If you are HIV positive make sure that you get adequate sleep, nourishment and exercise.  Take your meds religiously.

The information in this database has been harvested from AIDSINFONYC.orgHIV InSite, and Rx List  and put into a more user-friendly interface.  The drugs are listed alphabetically by brand name, since that is how most patients and practitioners know them.


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Abacavir (former name = Ziagen) -  nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Agenerase (amprenavir) - protease inhibitor
Please Note: Glaxo (the manufacturer of Agenerase brand of amprenavir) has developed a new form of Agenerase called Lexiva.  These days, Agenerase is only available as 50mg capsules and a liquid formulation containing.  For information regarding Lexiva, scroll down to the Lexiva portion of this database.
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
Insite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Aptivus® (tipranavir) - Protease inhibitor; Boehringer Ingelheim
Aptivus.com - Official Website
AidsMeds Q&A
Patient Information From FDA
Insite Monograph
Prescribing Information
Medline Search


Atripla; Three pills in one; combines the active ingredients of Sustiva (efavirenz), Emtriva (emtricitabine) and Viread (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate).

[The Atripla recipe is the same as adding together Truvada + Sustiva.  Atripla will be just as expensive as Truvada and Sustiva when purchased separately but you only take one pill rather than two pills and you only pay one copay rather than 2 copays like you would if you purchased the pills separately.]
AidsMeds Q&A
Official Website

Atripla Label (PDF)
Atripla Questions & Answers
Atripla Fact Sheet

Combivir -combination of Retrovir (300mg) and Epivir (150mg) - together in the same tablet for convenience.
Official Website
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
Medline Search

Crixivan (indinavir) - protease inhibitor
Crixivan.com - official website; information on Crixivan as well as general information regarding HIV/AIDS.
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Delavirdine (former brand name = Rescriptor - non nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
InSite Monograph
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efavirenz (former brand name = Sustiva) - non nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
InSite Monograph
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Medline Search

Emtriva [ emtricitabine (FTC)]
Emtriva.com - Mechanism of action animation, full PI
Aidsmeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
Insite Monograph
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Medline Search

Epivir (3tc / lamivudine) - nucleoside analog  reverse transcriptase inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
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Epzicom ( a combination of 2 nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs in the same pill; 600mg of Ziagen (abacavir) and 300mg of Epivir (3TC).
Official Web Site - Epzicom.com
NIH Fact Sheet
AidsMeds Q&A
Patient Information
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Fortovase (saquinavir) - protease inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Fuzeon (enfuvirtide) - Fusion inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info

Hivid (ddc /zalcitabine) - nucleoside analog  reverse transcriptase inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

INTELENCE™ (Etravirine) - Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NNRTI)
AidsMeds.com Monograph
InSite Monograph
Medline Search For "etravirine"
Official Website
Package Insert
Recent Media Coverage [1/21/08] regarding approval:
FDA Approves New HIV Drug After Priority Review … most common adverse events reported were rash and nausea … rare cases of serious skin reactions such as Stevens-Johnson syndrome and erythema multiforme were reported …[FDA Press Release]
FDA clears new Johnson & Johnson HIV drug… also known as TMC125 or etravirine … wholesale cost will be $5.45 per tablet …   … first NNRTI to work for patients who have developed resistance to medicines in the same family ... [Reuters]

Isentress (raltegravir) Integrase Inhibitor
Merck Press Release 10/13
Official Website
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet -
coming soon
Insite Monograph -
coming soon
Prescribing Information
Medline Search

Invirase (saquinavir) - protease inhibitor
Official Website
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Kaletra (lopinavir) - protease inhibitor
Official Website
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite monograph
Prescribing Info ; PDF File - you need Adobe Acrobat to open this file;
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Medline Search

Lexiva (Fosamprenavir) - Protease Inhibitor approved 10/20/03
Formerly known as GW-433908 or VX-175
Improved version of Agenerase ( amprenavir); supposed to be fewer pills per day and fewer GI Side effects….[ source ]
Lexiva.com; Patient safety information, Prescribing Information
Prescribing Information PDF File - you need Adobe Acrobat to open this file;   Click Here to Download Adobe Acrobat Software for Free
Aidsmeds Q&A
AIDSNYC Monograph  PDF File - you need Adobe Acrobat to open this file;
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Nevirapine (former brand name = Viramune) - non nucleoside analog Reverse transcriptase inhibitor
Official Website
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Norvir (ritonavir) - protease inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

PREZISTA (darunavir) tablets. - protease inhibitor;
used when other protease inhibitors don't work any more.
Official Website
AidsMeds Q&A
Medline Search
FDA Press Release - explains what Prezista is, how it works, when it should be used.

Retrovir, AZT (zidovudine) - nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Reyataz (atazanavir; BMS-232632) - protease inhibitor
Official Website
AidsMeds Q&A
Reyataz Monograph - New Mexico AIDS Infonet
Prescribing Information
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info ; PDF File - you need Adobe Acrobat to open this file;
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Medline Search

SELZENTRY™ (maraviroc) Chemokine Coreceptor Antagonist
Selzentry.com
AidsMeds Q&A
Insite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Stavudine (former brand name = Zerit) - nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Trizivir (3 non nucleosides in one tablet ; abacavir + zidovudine + lamivudine
Trizivir.com
AidsMeds Q&A
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Truvada (Emtricitabine + Tenofovir DF )
Combination of 2 nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI's in one pill).
Official Website - Truvada.com; prescribing information, side effects, drug interactions
Prescribing information
NIH Fact Sheet
AIDSmeds Fact Sheet Frequently asked questions, patient information,

Videx (ddl/didanosine)  nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Videx EC; (ddl / didanosine)  nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor;
Note: Same exact active ingrediend as Videx in a delayed release formulation for increase patient compliance.
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Q&A from AidsMeds.com
Medline Search

Viracept (nelfinavir) - protease inhibitor
Official Website
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info
Medline Search

Viread (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) Nucleotide Reverse transcriptase inhibitor ( Adenosine Class)
AidsMeds Q&A
Fact Sheet
InSite Monograph
Prescribing Info -PDF File - you need Adobe Acrobat to open this file;
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Editors' Suggestions:

You may also be interested in visiting:

Supersite: AidsMeds.com - HIV owned and operated; dedicated to providing people living with HIV the necessary information they need to make empowered treatment decisions; excellent aids drugs database.

Project Access - Info on obtaining Public Assistance to help pay for  HIV meds.

Aids Treatment News - from Aids.Org - keep up to date; reprint the data and take them with you to your doctors.  You and your family are responsible to ensure that you are getting the best treatment available.

AIDS/HIV Page our editor's hand-picked links

HIV News Wire - from Yahoo updated hourly

Home Page - updated daily - information and news of new drugs

Medical Management of HIV Infection; The Johns Hopkins University John G. Bartlett, Joel E. Gallant; 2002.

Mayo Clinic Overview - electronic book



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