All tagged HIV Clinical pearls
Over a period of several months, we wrote a 7 part series on tl;dr pharmacy called "HIV Boot Camp." However, we don't like clicking around several different posts to find specific information, so we thought we'd make it easier for you.
The following is an organized (and slightly condensed) summary of the entire HIV Boot Camp series.
Integrase Inhibitors (also known as IN Strand Transfer Inhibitors...or commonly abbreviated as INSTIs) first appeared on the market in 2007. This may come as a surprise to you, but their job is to inhibit the HIV enzyme Integrase.
What does Integrase do?
PIs. Ahhh the ever-so-important private investigators.
Err...I mean protease inhibitors.
You may recall that we've already discussed protease inhibitors in our post on Hepatitis C.