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Antiviral Lecture
 

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  • Viruses are hard to treat because of their ability to use the host cells
  • Rapidly converted to acyclovir after oral administration via the intestinal and hepatic first pass metabolism
  • Setting of advanced immunosuppression typically due to reactivation of latent infection. Dissemination results to end-organ disease, retinitis, colitis, esophagitis, CNS disease, & pneumonitis
  • CMV infections occur primarily in the setting of advanced immunosuppression and are typically due to the reactivation of latent infection. Clinically prevalent after organ transplant with decreased incidence in HIV patients with the advent of potent antiretroviral agents.
  • PHARMACOTHERAPY OF FUNGAL DISEASE HAS BEEN REVOLUTIONIZED BY THE INTRODUCTION OF THE RELATIVELY NONTOXIC ORAL AZOLE DRUGS AND THE EICHONACANDINS

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