Rapid HIV antigen test.
Western Blot analysis.
Viral load test.
White blood cell count.
Throat swab gram stain.
Complete blood count.
Random blood sugar.
Blood uric acid.
Take the medication in the morning before meals.
Include a low-fat diet.
Weight gain is expected.
Avoid being exposed to sunlight.
Blood pressure of 100/62 mm/Hg.
Redness and pain at the site of the infusion.
Sudden sweating and hunger.
Unusual taste or dryness in the mouth.
An overdosage of the medication.
The need for an additional dosage.
The client has developed another infection.
The client is experiencing the therapeutic effect of the medication.
Obtain a 12-lead ECG.
Observe for signs of retinal damage.
Instruct the client on a low potassium diet.
Instruct the client on limit fluid intake.
The client has a soft non-tender lump in the shoulder.
An increase cholesterol level.
Grade 1+ pitting edema in the feet.
Swollen and pinkish gums noted.
Albuterol (Ventolin HFA).
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