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ВИЧ-инфекция и иммуносупрессии

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Наносистемы для доставки антиретровирусных лекарственных средств: возможности, проблемы и перспективы

https://doi.org/10.22328/2077-9828-2021-13-4-64-76

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Ведение пациентов с инфекцией, вызванной вирусом иммунодефицита человека (ВИЧ), сопровождается трудностями ранней диагностики, отсутствием специфической профилактики и дорогостоящим лечением. На данный момент от эпидемии, вызванной ВИЧ, от синдрома приобретенного иммунного дефицита (СПИД), умерло 32,7 млн человек по всему миру. Одним из наиболее важных направлений, позволяющих осуществлять контроль вирусной нагрузки и продлевать продолжительность жизни пациентов с ВИЧ, является наличие достаточного количества вариантов лечения ВИЧинфекции, доступных на  каждой стадии заболевания, что увеличивает эффективность терапии и позволяет избежать и/или минимизировать побочные эффекты лекарств.
Целью данной работы является обзор различных направлений в разработке новых лекарственных форм антиретровирусных средств на основе наносистем (НС) как препаратов, обладающих большей эффективностью для профилактики и лечения ВИЧ-инфекции.

Об авторах

А. Н. Усеинова
Медицинская академия имени С. И. Георгиевского Крымского федерального университета имени В. И. Вернадского
Россия

Усеинова Асие Наримановна — доцент кафедры базисной и клинической фармакологии

SPIN-код: 9031–2079

295051, Республика Крым, г. Симферополь, бул. Ленина, д. 5/7



Е. А. Егорова
Медицинская академия имени С. И. Георгиевского Крымского федерального университета имени В. И. Вернадского
Россия

Егорова Елена Александровна — доцент кафедры базисной и клинической фармакологии

SPIN-код: 6856–7328

295051, Республика Крым, г. Симферополь, бул. Ленина, д. 5/7



С. П. Марьяненко
Медицинская академия имени С. И. Георгиевского Крымского федерального университета имени В. И. Вернадского
Россия

Марьяненко София Павловна — студентка III курса специальность «Лечебное дело»

295051, Республика Крым, г. Симферополь, бул. Ленина, д. 5/7



Н. Л. Иванцова
Медицинская академия имени С. И. Георгиевского Крымского федерального университета имени В. И. Вернадского
Россия

Иванцова Наталья Леонидовна — доцент кафедры базисной и клинической фармакологии

SPIN-код: 3640–9298

295051, Республика Крым, г. Симферополь, бул. Ленина, д. 5/7



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Усеинова А.Н., Егорова Е.А., Марьяненко С.П., Иванцова Н.Л. Наносистемы для доставки антиретровирусных лекарственных средств: возможности, проблемы и перспективы. ВИЧ-инфекция и иммуносупрессии. 2021;13(4):64-76. https://doi.org/10.22328/2077-9828-2021-13-4-64-76

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Useinova* А.N., Mar’yanenko S.P., Egorova E.A., Ivancova N.L. Nanosystems for the delivery of antiretroviral drugs: opportunities, problems, and prospects. HIV Infection and Immunosuppressive Disorders. 2021;13(4):64-76. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.22328/2077-9828-2021-13-4-64-76

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