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  • Weighing Boosted vs Unboosted Options for a Patient With Comorbidities Who Desires an STR

    Eric S. Daar MD - 6/21/2017
    What is the optimal ART regimen for a patient with CKD and CVD who desires an STR?
  • Optimizing ART for a Patient With PI Intolerance and a History of Resistance and Nonadherence

    Eric S. Daar MD - 6/21/2017
    Would you switch a virologically suppressed patient who is experiencing PI toxicity to a PI-sparing regimen if they had history of nonadherence and resistance?
  • Weighing Boosted vs Unboosted Options for a Patient Who Requires Treatment Prior to Availability of Resistance Data

    Eric S. Daar MD - 6/21/2017
    For a newly-diagnosed patient with an OI and pending resistance test results, when and with what would you recommend initiating ART?
  • Contemporary Management of HIV: To Boost or Not to Boost: Advantages and Disadvantages of Boosted ART

    In this downloadable slideset, Eric S. Daar, MD, and Program Director Joseph J. Eron, Jr., MD, review advantages and disadvantages of boosted ART regimens for managing patients with HIV.
    Date Posted: 6/16/2017
  • Choosing Statins for Patients With Dyslipidemia and Elevated CVD Risk

    David A. Wohl MD - 6/1/2017 1 comment / Last Comment: 6/16/2017
    Which statins should be avoided in patients receiving boosted ART regimens?
  • Selecting ART for an Aging Patient With Multiple Comorbidities and Potential Drug–Drug Interactions

    David A. Wohl MD - 5/31/2017
    In an older patient managing hypertension, reactive airways disease, and moderate renal insufficiency, what ART regimen would you recommend?
  • Adopting Lung Cancer Screening Recommendations for an HIV-Infected Individual With a Smoking History

    David A. Wohl MD - 5/31/2017
    What qualifies an HIV-infected past or current smoker for annual lung cancer screening using low-dose CT scans?
  • ART Switch for Comorbidities in a Middle-Aged Black Woman

    Lisa Hightow-Weidman MD, MPH - 5/12/2017 1 comment / Last Comment: 6/16/2017
    One-tablet regimens may not always be the best choice of ART, but the best choice is always the one the patient is willing to take.
  • Initiating ART in a Hispanic MSM With Fear of Stigma and History of Depression

    Lisa Hightow-Weidman MD, MPH - 5/12/2017
    Understanding a patient’s life circumstances may be as important as any other aspect of providing good care.
  • Optimizing HIV Care Engagement for a Newly Diagnosed Young Black Man

    Lisa Hightow-Weidman MD, MPH - 5/12/2017
    In some cases, gaining trust may be the most important aspect of a patient’s care.
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