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Nevirapine Concentrations During the First Month of Life And Maternal Efavirenz Washout in High Risk HIV-Exposed Infants Receiving Triple Antiretroviral Prophylaxis.

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Summary of "Nevirapine Concentrations During the First Month of Life And Maternal Efavirenz Washout in High Risk HIV-Exposed Infants Receiving Triple Antiretroviral Prophylaxis."

Triple-drug infant antiretroviral prophylaxis containing nevirapine (NVP) is increasingly used to prevent HIV transmission among neonates at high risk of HIV-infection. Our aim was to describe NVP concentration from birth through the first month of life.

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Name: The Pediatric infectious disease journal
ISSN: 1532-0987
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