January 1, 2008


Adult and Adolescent HIV Treatment Guidelines Updated


The Department of Health and Human Services has released a new version of the “Guidelines for the Use of Antiretroviral Agents in HIV-1-infected Adults and Adolescents.”  The update includes new information on:

  • lab tests to run for newly diagnosed patients during their initial clinic visit
  • updated recommendations on when to start treatment
  • management of treatment-experienced patients, including suggestions on prescribing the recently FDA-approved drugs, Maraviroc and Raltegravir

Changes to the guidelines are summarized at the beginning of the guidelines and are highlighted in yellow throughout the text and tables.

The updated guidelines are available on the NIH AIDS info Web site.  

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