Antiretroviral drug interactions, not only with other approved drugs, but also with other substances (i.e. recreational drugs, complementary treatments, etc.), are a crucial aspect for the effective management of HIV patients within the clinical setting.
However, most of the available electronic resources on antiretroviral drug interactions are based on theoretical information, lacking information about its clinical relevance in real practice.
This is an open-access tool to share and look for real-life experiences on the clinical management of DDIs among all professionals involved in the provision of HIV healthcare.
This clinically based drug-drug interaction resource website is free of access and available to healthcare professionals, researchers, and patients.
This project is managed by FLS-Science, a platform by Fight AIDS and Infectious Diseases Foundation (Fundació Privada Lluita contra la Sida).