Adherence to lipid-lowering drugs could be challenging in our patients as it is in the general population, which is described as low as 25%. Our aim was to evaluate adherence to statins and to investigate clinical event impact on it.

Adherence to Lipid-Lowering Medication in People Living with HIV: An Outpatient Clinic Drug Direct Distribution Experience / Cuomo, Gianluca; Raimondi, Alessandro; Rivasi, Marianna; Guaraldi, Giovanni; Borghi, Vanni; Mussini, Cristina. - In: JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN PHARMACY PRACTICE. - ISSN 2319-9644. - 10:1(2021), pp. 10-16. [10.4103/jrpp.JRPP_20_96]

Adherence to Lipid-Lowering Medication in People Living with HIV: An Outpatient Clinic Drug Direct Distribution Experience

Cuomo, Gianluca;Raimondi, Alessandro;Rivasi, Marianna;Guaraldi, Giovanni;Mussini, Cristina
2021

Abstract

Adherence to lipid-lowering drugs could be challenging in our patients as it is in the general population, which is described as low as 25%. Our aim was to evaluate adherence to statins and to investigate clinical event impact on it.
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Adherence to Lipid-Lowering Medication in People Living with HIV: An Outpatient Clinic Drug Direct Distribution Experience / Cuomo, Gianluca; Raimondi, Alessandro; Rivasi, Marianna; Guaraldi, Giovanni; Borghi, Vanni; Mussini, Cristina. - In: JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN PHARMACY PRACTICE. - ISSN 2319-9644. - 10:1(2021), pp. 10-16. [10.4103/jrpp.JRPP_20_96]
Cuomo, Gianluca; Raimondi, Alessandro; Rivasi, Marianna; Guaraldi, Giovanni; Borghi, Vanni; Mussini, Cristina
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