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- What is nelfinavir, and how does it work (mechanism of action)?
- What brand names are available for nelfinavir?
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- Do I need a prescription for nelfinavir?
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- What is the dosage for nelfinavir?
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What is the dosage for nelfinavir?
The recommended dose for adults and adolescents 13 years and older is 1250 mg twice daily or 750 mg three times daily. The recommended dose for children 2-13 years of age is 25-35 mg/kg three times daily or 45 to 55 mg/kg twice daily. Nelfinavir should be administered with food or a light snack. The tablets may be crushed and dissolved in water or mixed with food. Once mixed in water or food, the mixture should be consumed within 6 hours.
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