Key Principles and Recommended Regimens for First-line Antiretroviral Therapy
Table 1. DHHS and IAS-USA: Recommended Antiretroviral Therapy Regimens for Treatment-Naive Patients[DHHS ART; IAS-USA ART]
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*Al++/Ca++/Mg++–containing antacids should be taken a minimum of 2 hours after or 6 hours before dolutegravir- or elvitegravir-containing regimens. Bictegravir/emtricitabine/tenofovir AF can be taken under fasting conditions 2 hours before Al++/Ca++/Mg++–containing antacids. Al++/Mg++–containing antacids are not recommended in combination with raltegravir.
†Not recommended for individuals with creatinine clearance < 30 mL/min or with severe liver impairment.
‡In patients who are HLA-B*5701 negative.
§Lamivudine can substitute for emtricitabine and vice versa if a non–fixed-dose NRTI combination is desired.
||Tenofovir DF and tenofovir AF are 2 forms of tenofovir approved by the FDA. Tenofovir AF has fewer bone and kidney toxicities than tenofovir DF, whereas tenofovir DF is associated with lower lipid levels. Safety, cost, and access are among the factors to consider when choosing between these drugs.
¶Tenofovir DF may be substituted for tenofovir AF if tenofovir AF is not available for the patient.
#Can be given as 400 mg BID or 1200 mg (two 600-mg tablets) once daily.
″Fewer long-term data available for bictegravir vs dolutegravir.
+See section below on important considerations for use in women during conception related to interim reports of potential dolutegravir teratogenicity.
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