Clinical Resources From inPractice HIV
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    Clinical Resources From inPractice HIV
    In these 3 modules from inPractice, experts review best practices and recent guidelines for ART selection and management in the first-line setting and when switching regimens in patients with virologic suppression. In addition, expert guidance, recommendations, and key considerations for managing HIV infection in women are provided. Each module includes concise summaries of key clinical data and implications of those data for clinical practice.
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    José R. Arribas, MD, discusses the rationale for and clinical trial data on the modification of virologically suppressive antiretroviral therapy regimens, including important considerations for individualized decision making.
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    Paul E. Sax, MD, discusses issues to be considered in selecting an initial antiretroviral regimen as well as considerations for special patient settings.
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    Kristine Patterson, MD, discusses specific topics to consider in the clinical care of HIV-infected women in different life stages, including treatment-related issues and complications specific to HIV-infected women.
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