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Category: Anti-Viral

The goal of antiviral therapy is to interfere in the biological viral processes that are absent in the host cell (which for this reason is not damaged). The antiviral drugs currently marketed are able to counteract the viruses, but often they cannot completely eradicate the infection. The viral agents currently on the market can be classified into various groups, depending on their mechanism of action. Below, these groups will be briefly listed that you can find at our pharmacy: inhibitors of the early stages of viral replication; neuraminidase inhibitors; agents that interfere with the replication of viral nucleic acid and antiretroviral agents.

Aciclovir

Basic Info Manufacturer: Actiza Pharmaceutical Private Ltd. Active Substance: Aciclovir (acyclovir) Drug Form: Film-coated tablets, IV solution, cream Available Doses: Tablets 400mg; IV solution 250mg: 5% cream (2g) What is Aciclovir? Mechanism of action Uses and dosage Aciclovir directions Aciclovir vs Valaciclovir Aciclovir vs Penciclovir Aciclovir vs Abreva Aciclovir vs Doconasol Aciclovir vs Ganciclovir Side […] Continue reading