Estimation of adhesion to antiretroviral coformulated 3 in 1

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Bárbara Poliselo de Sá
Mariana Ribeiro Martins
Beatriz Böger
Frederico Alves Dias
Yanna Dantas Rattmann

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Introduction: In order to stimulate adherence to antiretrovirals and minimize the risks of viral mutations and resistance to these drugs, the Ministry of Health (MS) started providing the 3-in-1 drug, a co-formulation of tenofovir (300 mg), lamivudine (300 mg) and efavirenz (600 mg), which innovates by the use of a single daily tablet. Objective: Estimating the adherence to antiretroviral drugs in the first line of HIV treatment. Methods: Verification of the frequency of monthly patient returns to a dispensary of antiretroviral drugs provided by MS. Results: Patients treated with the 3-in-1 medication were more assiduous and returned 65% higher at the dispensary. Conclusion: The introduction of 3-in-1 confirms that the simplification of therapeutic schemes is a measure that facilitates adherence to treatment. This generates the expectation of keeping individuals in the first line of treatment longer, delaying the need to resort to other more expensive therapeutic lines, with a higher number of drugs and associated risks.

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Sá, B. P. de, Martins, M. R., Böger, B., Dias, F. A., & Rattmann, Y. D. (2018). Estimation of adhesion to antiretroviral coformulated 3 in 1. ABCS Health Sciences, 43(3). https://doi.org/10.7322/abcshs.v43i3.1002
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Bárbara Poliselo de Sá, Curso de Farmácia, Laboratório de Saúde Pública e Ambiental, Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR) - Curitiba (PR)

Graduada em Farmácia

Mariana Ribeiro Martins, Curso de Farmácia, Laboratório de Saúde Pública e Ambiental, Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR) - Curitiba (PR)

Graduada em Farmácia

Beatriz Böger, Curso de Farmácia, Laboratório de Saúde Pública e Ambiental, Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR) - Curitiba (PR)

Farmacêutica, doutoranda em Ciências Farmacêuticas pela UFPR

Frederico Alves Dias, Centro de Medicamentos do Paraná (CEMEPAR), Secretaria de Estado da Saúde do Paraná, Curitiba (PR)

Farmacêutico, funcionário do CEMEPAR, responsável pela logística dos medicamentos antirretrovirais no Paraná

Yanna Dantas Rattmann, Curso de Farmácia, Laboratório de Saúde Pública e Ambiental, Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR) - Curitiba (PR)

Mestrado e doutorado em Farmacologia pela UFPR, com estágio na Université de Strasbourg-França. Atualmente, professora do Departamento de Saúde Comunitária da UFPR, Curso de Farmácia.

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