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- What is delavirdine, and how does it work (mechanism of action)?
- What brand names are available for delavirdine?
- Is delavirdine available as a generic drug?
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What is the dosage for delavirdine?
The recommended dose for adults is 400 mg three times daily. To administer as a solution four 100 mg tablets in at least 3 oz of water should stand for a few minutes. It then shoud be mixed and consumed in its entirety immediately. Delavirdine may be administered without regard to meals since food does not reduce its absorption.
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