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However plendil 5mg fast delivery prehypertension 30 years old, there are insufficient data on the long-term effects to recommend this strategy cheap plendil 5 mg otc arrhythmia joint pain. Table 4: Recommended first-line ART (without HBV or TB coinfection) (Bamford 2015) <1 year 1–3 years 3–6 years 6–12 years >12 years 3rd Agent LPV/r LPV/r LPV/r ATV/r ATV/r NVP NVP EFV EFV DRV/r EFV Preferred ABC1/3TC ABC1/3TC ABC1/3TC ABC1/3TC TDF/FTC4 Backbone (+AZT if NVP)3 (+AZT if NVP ABC1/3TC and CNS (if VL<105) involvement or high VL)2 3rdAgent - - NVP NVP NVP DRV/r LPV/r LPV/r DRV/r RAL6 DTG Alternative AZT5/3TC AZT5/3TC AZT5/3TC AZT5/3TC ABC1/3TC Backbone TDF/3TC(FTC) TDF/3TC(FTC) 1 HLAB*5701 testing prior to abacavir. If positive, ABC should not be prescribed 2 In children <3 years consider adding AZT to NVP-based regimen if very high VL or CNS involvement until VL suppressed for at least 3 months 3 Four-drug induction for infants on NVP-based therapy may be considered until VL suppressed for at least 3 months, followed by 3-drug maintenance therapy 4 TDF/FTC is preferred in older children with VL >100,000 copies/ml. Some clinicians would advocate deferring the use of TDF until after puberty 5 AZT should be avoided if possible apart from the indications described above 6 In rare instances (transmitted resistance, toxicity) RAL in children <12 years of age Table 4 shows the current treatment concepts for choosing antiretroviral drug com- binations. It appears useful to start with a combination that includes two classes (2 NRTIs plus a PI or an NNRTI) in order to spare one or two classes for future changes of ART and to minimize toxicity. In children >12 years integrase strand transfer inhibitor-based ART may be an alternative. As there are only small numbers of chil- dren and adolescents with HIV in Europe (after introducing successful transmission prophylaxis) it is highly recommended to include all children in multicenter clini- 562 Women and Children cal trials (e. Diana Gibb or Lynda Harper, Phone: + 44 20 7670 4825). The randomized PENPACT 1 study with participation both of the PENTA and the PACTG groups has answered the question of whether initial therapy in children is more effective with 2 NRTIs and a PI or an NNRTI (n=263). There was no significant difference concerning viral load reduction over the observation period of five years (Penpact-1 Study Team 2011). The poor taste of boosted PIs precludes their use in young children. Transmitted viral resistance (from the mother) remains rare in chil- dren. Still, pretreatment resistance genotyping should be done. Classes of antiretrovirals Drugs of all antiretroviral classes can lead to nausea, vomiting, fever, headache, diar- rhea, liver dysfunction, rash (sometimes severe) and anorexia. There is significant hyperlipidemia in a number of children and its long term consequences are unknown (Jacobson 2011). Some investigators found subclinical artherosclerosis and a high rate of coronary artery abnormalities in adolescents and young adults with long term ART exposure (Mikhail 2011). As with adults, dyslipidemia is associated with the use of PIs (Lainka 2002). This includes elevated total cholesterol, triglycerides (TG), and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-c) and decreases in high density lipopro- tein cholesterol (HDL-c). In lipodystrophy, there is a loss of subcutaneous fat (lipoatrophy) and/or a deposition of fat tissue subcutaneously or in visceral stores (lipohypertrophy). Studies from South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda estimate prevalence on ART as between 8–30% (Piloya 2012, Arpadi 2013, Kinabo 2013). Lipodystrophy and dyslipidemia coexist, and their inter- connection is unclear. Insulin resistance is another side effect that may present with or without fasting hyperglycemia, with new onset diabetes mellitus and exacerbations of pre-existing diabetes (Bitnun 2005). Moreover, PIs may influence bone mineral density and metabolism (Mora 2004). Taken together, the long-term consequences of PI-con- taining ART for growth and development of the child are currently not known. In the Swiss cohort, children exposed to PIs over a period of more than 10 years did not experience any major side effects (Rudin 2008). NRTIs The combination of 2 NRTIs as part of ART is effective and well-tolerated. For older children there are fixed dose combinations (see below). Severe side effects are rare but potentially life-threatening, such as lactic acidosis and hepatic steatosis. Neuromuscular dysfunction, cardiomyopathy, pancytopenia, pancreatitis and neu- ropathy are probably related to mitochondrial toxicity caused by NRTIs.
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