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Month: May 2021

Treatment of cytomegalovirus infection of the nervous system. Herpes simplex virus and the nervous system.

Treatment of cytomegalovirus infection of the nervous system. Herpes simplex virus and the nervous system.

Currently, two virostatic drugs are used to suppress active CMV infection in AIDS. Both drugs are classified as virostatins. Some authors propose a combination therapy for patients with CMV lesions of the central nervous system. Foscarnet has a better ability to penetrate the CSF than ganciclovir. In addition to acting on CMV, it has moderate antiretroviral activity. The initial dose of the drug is 90 mg / kg intravenously and is prescribed for patients with normal renal function for 14-21…

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