General Information About Vonaday
Vonaday is an antiretroviral medication formulated by Emcure Pharmaceuticals. Each tablet contains 600mg of efavirenz, 300mg of tenofovir, and 300mg of lamivudine. Combined, these components harm the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in the body whilst increasing the number of infection-fighting cells. This drug is indicated as part of antiretroviral therapy in patients affected by HIV. A bottle of Vonaday contains 30 film-coated tablets that must be stored at a consistent temperature of 25℃.
Vonaday is formulated with 3 different active ingredients, for the convenience of a single tablet dosage. The recommended dosage of Vonaday is 1 tablet per day. It is best to take this medication on an empty stomach, since food may increase the risk of adverse risks.
Vonaday is contraindicated in patients who are hypersensitive to efavirenz, tenofovir and/or lamivudine, as well as any other excipients in the formulation. Efavirenz may not be suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding patients.
Some commonly documented side effects following Vonaday administration include:
- Upset stomach.
Patients may also experience more serious side effects, such as:
- Irritated pancreas;
- High cholesterol;
- Allergic reactions, as characterized by swollen lips, tongue and/or face, hives, difficulty with breathing and/or swallowing;
Please note that this list is not exhaustive. Refer to the package insert for more details on possible side effects.
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- Avoid use with other medications that can potentially cause kidney damage.
- Elderly patients should monitor blood levels of sugar and lipids.
- Inform your doctor of any bone erosion, redistribution of fat, of inflammation of the pancreas.
- Inform your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant.
- Follow up with your doctor if you experience an increased heart rate, a cold feeling in the limbs, muscle weakness, or breathlessness.
In order to reduce the risk of major health complications, provide your doctor with your medical history during the initial consultation session.
Vonaday can negatively react to other drugs.
Speak to your health-care provider for more information on possible drug interactions and the appropriate dose adjustment. This will help to tailor a safe yet effective antiretroviral therapy.
Pregnancy & Lactation
Due to the possible teratogenic effects of efavirenz, it is not advised to prescribe pregnant patients with this drug during their pregnancy or while breastfeeding.
Patients who have accidentally overdosed on Vonaday must be monitored for toxicity. Contact a medical practitioner if you suspect you may have overdosed. Speak to a medical professional before making any alterations to your dose.
Alternative Brand Names
Vonaday is also known as Telura in North America.
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