What are Ritonavir Tablets Ritomax pills used for?
Ritonavir Tablets Ritomax are used in combination with other medications to treat human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. Ritonavir belongs to the protease inhibitor class of medicines. It works by reducing the amount of HIV in the bloodstream.
Is Ritomax has taken orally?
There are pills, capsules, and an oral solution for Ritonavir Tablets Ritomax. If your doctor advises you to, do not switch types of this drug. If you miss taking a dose, remember to do so as quickly as possible. If the next dose is approaching, skip the doses that have been missed.
What is Ritonavir Tablets 100mg?
Ritomax Ritonavir Tablets is an antiretroviral (ARV) booster that is used to increase the levels of other ARVs in your body. It was first used as an HIV ARV, but larger doses caused too many negative effects. To know more click here
Does Ritomax have side effects?
- stomach discomfort
- changes in taste
- Tingling/numbness in the mouth area is all possible adverse effects immediately notify your doctor or pharmacist if any of these side effects continue or worsen.
Why is Ritonavir Tablets Ritomax used as a booster?
the medicines is, however, advised as a supplement to other protease inhibitors. This is because Ritonavir Tablets Ritomax prevents other protease inhibitors from being metabolized through the CYP3A4 route in the liver. As a result, these medications have larger blood concentrations and are cleared from the body more slowly.
What is the mechanism of action of Ritomax?
Ritomax binds to the active site of the protease and prevents it from functioning. This inhibition stops the viral polyproteins from cleaving and forming immature, non-infectious viral particles. Protease inhibitors are almost always used with at least two other anti-HIV medications.