Antiretroviral prescriptions are a group of medications that restrain distinctive strides in the HIV replication process. Along these lines, they can stifle HIV disease never kill it totally from the body. There are four classifications of antiretroviral prescriptions:
- Nucleoside and nucleotide switch transcriptase inhibitors
- Non-nucleoside turns around transcriptase inhibitors
- Protease inhibitors and
- Drugs that meddle with viral section, for example, combination inhibitors and CCR5 foes.
Illnesses and deaths which are related with HIV have been generously lessened in late decades, following the across the board presentation of antiretroviral. Thus, personal satisfaction and the life expectancy of individuals living with HIV have enhanced essentially. The World Health Organization prescribes the utilization of specific blends of antiretroviral drugs for the ideal concealment of HIV disease, known as Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy. Pharmacovigilance Journal discusses the latest research innovations and important developments in this field. Pharmacovigilance Journal is interested in the special fields related to the topics of this Journal.