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The Role of ARV Associated Adverse Drug Reactions in Influencing Adherence Among HIV-Infected Individuals: A Systematic Review and Qualitative Meta-Synthesis.

The Role of ARV Associated Adverse Drug Reactions in Influencing Adherence Among HIV-Infected Individuals: A Systematic Review and Qualitative Meta-Synthesis.
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Li H, Marley G, Ma W, Wei C, Lackey M, Ma Q, Renaud F, Vitoria M, Beanland R, Doherty M, Tucker JD,


Li H, Marley G, Ma W, Wei C, Lackey M, Ma Q, Renaud F, Vitoria M, Beanland R, Doherty M, Tucker JD, (click to view)

Li H, Marley G, Ma W, Wei C, Lackey M, Ma Q, Renaud F, Vitoria M, Beanland R, Doherty M, Tucker JD,

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AIDS and behavior 2016 9 9()

Abstract

Poor adherence remains a major barrier to achieving the clinical and public health benefits of antiretroviral drugs (ARVs). A systematic review and qualitative meta-synthesis was conduct to evaluate how ARV adverse drug reactions may influence ARV adherence. Thirty-nine articles were identified, and 33 reported that ARV adverse drug reactions decreased adherence and six studies found no influence. Visually noticeable adverse drug reactions and psychological adverse reactions were reported as more likely to cause non-adherence compared to other adverse drug reactions. Six studies reported a range of adverse reactions associated with EFV-containing regimens contributing to decreased adherence. Informing HIV-infected individuals about ARV adverse drug reactions prior to initiation, counselling about coping mechanisms, and experiencing the effectiveness of ARVs on wellbeing may improve ARV adherence.

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