VF

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VFVery Funny
VFVanity Fair
VFForward Voltage
VFVery Fine
VFVentricular Fibrillation
VFValley Forge (Pennsylvania)
VFVodafone (UK)
VFVirtua Fighter (Sega game)
VFField of Vision
VFViewfinder
VFVector Field
VFVisual Flight (rules)
VFVersion Française
VFVia Ferrata (Italian: Iron Road; mountain route)
VFVärmlands Folkblad (Swedish newspaper; Karlstad, Sweden)
VFNavy Fighting Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1920s to 1960s)
VFFixed-Wing Fighter
VFVampire Freaks (online community)
VFVasculitis Foundation (est. 1986)
VFNavy Fighter Plane (US Navy)
VFVisual Field
VFVendor Financing
VFVentricular Flutter
VFVertical Feet (Skiing)
VFVoice Frequency
VFViolent Femmes (band)
VFVariance Factor (ATM)
VFVisit Florida
VFVisceral Fat
VFVryheidsfront (South Africa freedom front)
VFVideo Frequency
VFVirologic Failure
VFVirtu Financial, LLC (New York, NY)
VFVery Fair
VFVariable Fighter (Robotech/Macross)
VFVirtual Factory
VFVaccine Fund (UN)
VFVertical Flight
VFVicar Forane (religious)
VFFighting (Plane) Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used in from 1922 to 1948)
VFVara Federal (Federal Court, Brazil)
VFVegan Freak (online community)
VFVocal Fremitus
VFVerkehrsfunk (radio traffic service)
VFVisions Fantastic (Disneyland website)
VFVanilla Face
VFVojska Federacije (Serbian: Federation Army)
VFVoltage Flicker
VFVerification Fixture
VFVaporizer Feed
VFDesign-Flap Velocity (velocity with flaps)
VFMaintain Visual Flight
VFVigilance Factor
VFVariable-to-Fixed Length Coding
VFVirtual Factor
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This virologic failure rate highlights the importance of the challenge of adherence in this population,"
Indeed, a higher incidence of virologic failure was found in our cohort of patients compared with the only available study to date which has formally investigated ABC/lamivudine/NVP as a simplification strategy for HIV patients with undetectable viral load.
Virologic failure endpoint definition in clinical trials: Is using HIV-1 RNA threshold < 200 copies/mL better than < 50 copies/mL?
The researchers defined virologic failure in two ways:
In summary, the frequency of reduced elvitegravir/ raltegravir susceptibility among INSTI experienced patients experiencing virologic failure at ILH was 14/41 (34%).
Predicting virologic failure among HI V-l-infected children receiving antiretroviral therapy in Tanzania: A cross-sectional study.
Characterization of virologic failure patients on darunavir/ritonavir in treatment-experienced patients.
However, the existing data regarding the associations between viral blips and clinical factors such as medication adherence, emergence of resistance mutations, and subsequent virologic failure, are sparse and sometimes conflicting.
Virologic failure was more common among patients who had HCV genotype-la infection than among those who had HCV genotype-1b infection.
When they excluded participants who discontinued the study for reasons other than virologic failure, the response rates were similar in women and men (73.
This compared with only one of the five patients in the lopinavir/ritonavir group who experienced virologic failure.
Those in the nevirapine group who began nervirapine-based antiretroviral treatment within six months of childbirth were at substantial risk of virologic failure (41.