To determine the number and characteristics of PrEP providers in the United States, researchers analyzed data from a national pharmacy database, which included more than 90% of all prescriptions dispensed by retail pharmacies and 60% to 80% of those dispensed by mail-order pharmacies.
He talks about HIV resistance in the context of pre-exposure prophylaxis use, how common it is, and how PrEP might influence subsequent therapies.
Which of the following are characteristics of primary HIV infection in users of pre-exposure prophylaxis?
In this Test Your Knowledge quiz, Diana Finkel, DO, poses a clinical scenario and asks you how you would manage this patient who is at high risk for HIV and is attending college for the first time.
A recent study investigated whether an increase in access to PrEP would increase the likelihood of adherence to the medication. Do you think this would work in your practice?