FDA expands pediatric use of Bristol's HIV drug Sustiva

05/6/2013 | Drug Store News · RTT News

The FDA approved Bristol-Myers Squibb's Sustiva, or efavirenz, to treat HIV-1 patients ages 3 months to 3 years who weigh at least 7.7 pounds. The approval covers sprinkle administration when swallowing a capsule or tablet isn't possible. The drug was evaluated in three open-label trials involving 182 patients.

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