Published in AIDS Weekly, April 10th, 1995
The ACTG report suggests that trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, high-dose dapsone, and aerosolized pentamidine are all effective in preventing PCP in AIDS patients, but it noted that in patients with CD4 counts under 100 lymphocytes per cubic millimeter the former two agents are superior to aerosolized pentamidine ("A Randomized Trial of Three Antipneumocystis Agents in Patients with Advanced HIV," The New England Journal of...
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