What is Hepsera?

Adefovir is a prescription medicine used to treat (chronic) infections with hepatitis B virus. A prodrug form of Adefovir was previously called bis-POM PMEA, with trade names Preveon and Hepsera. It is an orally administered nucleotide analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor (ntRTI). It can be formulated as the pivoxil prodrug adefovir dipivoxil.

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What is TRP medical test? A haptitus B patient who has taking the drug VIREAD and has taken the TRP test showing abnormal result and his doctor...

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TRP stands for tubular reabsorption of phosphate. It is the fraction of the phosphate that is reabsorbed in the renal...

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I am a male having age 19 years,5'10" height, 70 kgs Weight, two months before i was tested positive for hepatitis B so doctor prescribed me hepsera...

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hello doctor, in feb 2005 i found i was HBsAg reactive i consult a doctor and he prescribed me hepsera medicine for 6 months later my my test...

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Did you engage in any high risk activity in the mean time which could have reinfected you with HbsAg?

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