VCV

(redirected from Valacyclovir)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
VCVVlaams Centrum Voor Volkscultuur
VCVSouthern California Logistics Airport (Victorville, CA)
VCVValacyclovir
VCVVolume Control Ventilation
VCVVideo Complexity Verifier
VCVVideophile Component Video
VCVVolume Cycled Ventilation
VCVVale Countryside Volunteers
VCVVan Council of Victoria
VCVVaginal Collection Vial
VCVVertical Continuous Vulcanising
VCVVida Camino Verdad (band)
VCVVirtual Classroom Visit
VCVVisual Communication Victoria Inc
VCVVessel Compliance Verification
VCVVirtual City Visions
VCVVoluntary Center Vojvodina
VCVVertex-Cortical Viewer
VCVVirtual Communication Visualization
VCVVirtual Curriculum Vitae
VCVVirtual Containment Vessel
VCVVeron-Cetty + Verron
VCVVisual Causality Vector
VCVVowel-Consonant-Vowel (speech synthesis)
VCVVerse Chorus Verse (Nirvana song)
VCVVolume Control Valve (plumbing)
VCVVacuum Check Valve
VCVVietnam Combat Veterans Ltd
VCVVariance Covariance
VCVVapor Control Valve
References in periodicals archive ?
Valacyclovir targets a different enzyme and works only in infected cells, whereas pritelivir has the advantage of protecting healthy cells while thwarting virus replication in infected cells, Rubsamen-Schaeff said.
Payne says the valacyclovir results proved surprising.
Treatment was initiated with valacyclovir, cephalexin, and topical antimicrobial drugs.
The current standard of care for these infections is the use of oral nucleoside analogues, such as valacyclovir (Valtrex).
A recent review of eight clinical trials of antiviral therapy for herpes zoster showed a PHN rate of 11%-33% at 6 months, with an average of about 19%, convincingly higher than with gabapentin plus valacyclovir, said Dr.
Initiation of antiviral therapy with valacyclovir, acyclovir, or ganciclovir may be warranted if the history and/or symptoms are compatible with B virus infection.
On each occasion he created the names of both doctors and patients to try and get batches of the drug valacyclovir.
The patient was treated with a 10-day course of valacyclovir, 1g administered 3 times daily, and prednisone, 1 mg/kg/day for 5 days followed by a 10-day taper.
A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial was conducted of HSV suppressive therapy with valacyclovir (at a dose of 500 mg twice daily) in Burkina Faso among women who were seropositive for HIV-l and HSV-2.
Though there is no cure, treatment with acyclovir or valacyclovir can decrease the duration and severity of symptoms and can reduce the chances of transmitting infection.
Famciclovir, 500 mg three times a day for seven days, or Valacyclovir, 1000 mg three time a day for ten days, are also options.
However, the Leone (2005) review indicates that for individuals with known infection, daily treatment with valacyclovir reduces the risk of transmission to uninfected partners by about 50%.