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DDIDidanosine (aka Videx; antiretroviral drug)
DDIData Documentation Initiative
DDIDevelopment Dimensions International, Inc.
DDIDirection et Développement Informatique (French: Management and Software Development)
DDIDideoxyinosine
DDIDisplay Driver Interface
DDIDigital Data Interchange
DDIDirect Data Interface
DDIData Distribution Initiative
DDIDedicated Display Interface
DDIDisk Dupe Image
DDIDirect Draw Interface
DDIDisk Doubler Image
DDIDistributed Data Interface
DDIDevice Driver Interface
DDIDéclaration des Droits de l'Internaute (French: Declaration of Internet Rights)
DDIDirect Dialing In
DDIDrug-Drug Interaction
DDIDiplôme de Docteur Ingénieur (French: Doctorate of Engineering; various universities)
DDIData Design Interactive (video game developer; UK)
DDIDansk Døve-Idrætsforbund
DDIDesign Driven Innovation (networking blog)
DDIDirect Debit Instruction (UK finance & banking term)
DDIDevelopment, Design and Implementation (various organizations)
DDIDeputy Director of Intelligence (US CIA)
DDIDon't Do It
DDIDéveloppement et Distribution Informatique (French: Information Distribution and Development; Belgium)
DDIDuke Digital Initiative (Duke University)
DDIDirect Debit Instruction
DDIDiscado Directo Internacional (Spanish: international direct dial)
DDIDiscagem Direta Internacional (Brazilian Portuguese: direct international dialing)
DDIDynamic Desktop Initiative (software; CItrix)
DDIDistressed Debt Investors
DDIDevice Dependent Interface
DDIDigital Display Indicator
DDIDesign, Develop, and Implement
DDIDouai Distribution Industrielle (French distribution company)
DDIDairy Development International, LLC
DDIData Directions Inc. (Virginia)
DDIDiagnostic Digital Imaging
DDIDeutsches Derivate Institut (German: German Derivatives Institute)
DDIData and Dimensions Interface
DDIDirector of Defense Information
DDIDartmouth Debate Institute
DDIDownwelling Diffuse Irradiance (clouds)
DDIDía de Independencia (Spanish: Independence Day)
DDIDirect Deposit Indicator
DDIDigital Data Interpreter
DDIDistilled De-Ionized (water)
DDIDigital Data Indicator
DDIDepth Deviation Indicator
DDIDuty Director for Intelligence
DDIDiscrete Data Input (NASA)
DDIDatabase Data Interchange
DDIDedicated Display Indicator (NASA)
DDIDirector Defense Information
DDIDiscrete Digital Input
DDIDummy, Drill and Inert (training ammunition)
DDIDynamic Data Interchange
DDIDatabase Designing Incorporated
DDIDynamic Dies, Inc. (est. 1971)
DDIDocument Data Index (configuration management)
DDIDental Digital Imaging (dentistry)
DDIDecoy-DECM Integration
DDIDiamond Design, Inc.
DDIDaini-Denden Planning Company (Japan, now KDDI)
DDIDirect Dial Information
DDIDemand Display Index
DDIDrivers Display Interface
DDIDigital Design Initiative
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With regard to low HDL-cholesterol, we found that older age was a risk factor, while being male and exposure to didanosine for longer than 6 months were protective factors.
Over an 18-year period, the FDKs Adverse Event Reporting System received 42 reports of non-cirrhotic portal hypertension in patients ages 10 to 66 years taking didanosine (marketed as Videx) or the delayed-release formulation (marketed as Videx EC).
The antiretroviral drug most frequently associated with pancreatitis is didanosine, an adenosine analogue.
Didanosine tablets, 100 mg, 150 mg Aurobindo Pharma Ltd.
ABBREVIATIONS: ABC = abacavir; AIDS = acquired immune deficiency syndrome; AZT = zidovudine; ddC = zalcitabine; ddl = didanosine; dNTP = deoxynucleotide triphosphate; ddNTP = dideoxynucleotide triphosphate chain terminator; d4T = stavudine; FDA = Food and Drug Administration; FTC = emtricitabine; HIV = human immunodeficiency virus; HAART = highly active antiretroviral therapy; LTR = long terminal repeats; NNRTI = non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor; NRTI = nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitor; PI = protease inhibitor; PR = protease; RT = reverse transcriptase; TAM = thymidine analogue mutations; TDF = tenofovir; 3TC = lamivudine.
Some side effects are life threatening, such as the hypersensitivity reaction associated with Ziagen and the inflammation of the pancreas that can occur with stavudine and didanosine. More common side effects from antiviral drugs are headache, fever, rash and nausea.
Additionally, to show the feasibility for use of the assay in a clinical setting, we evaluated the in vivo effects of initiating antiretroviral treatment with zidovudine (AZT), lamivudine (3TC), and indinavir (IDV), and on the mtDNA content in PBMCs derived from patients over time after switching to stavudine (d4T) with didanosine (ddI) and IDV as well as in a study in which protease inhibitors were either continued or switched to non-NRTIs.
For those beginning antiretrovirals, the guidelines now say that the combination of an NNRTI + didanosine plus tenofovir should not be used, due to virologic failure and development of resistance.
During up to 24 weeks of therapy, asymptomatic increases in serum lipase to greater than 5 times the upper limit of the normal range (Grade 4) were seen in 50% of patients receiving 200 mg Reverset with ddI (didanosine), and we have concluded Reverset should not be used with ddI.
--Study of Videx (didanosine, ddI) and hydroxyurea shows decreased viral load in patients with HIV
Severe hepatotoxicity occurred in patients on zidovudine (ZDV), lamivudine (3TC), or nevirapine (NVP) and with antiretroviral regimens containing didanosine (ddI) or stavudine (d4T).
Thai AIDS activists had sued to challenge the validity of a patent on the formulation of didanosine (ddI), used as a component of the lifesaving drug cocktail for people with AIDS.