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As per available reports about 01 through its relevant journals 31 Conferences, 61 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Antiviral and about 197 articles are being published on Antiviral.
Antiviral drugs are prescription medicines (pills, liquid, an inhaled powder, or an intravenous solution) that fight against the flu in your body. Antiviral drugs are not sold over-the-counter. You can only get them if you have a prescription from your doctor or health care provider. Antiviral drugs are different from antibiotics, which fight against bacterial infections.
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Studies show that flu antiviral drugs work best for treatment when they are started within 2 days of getting sick. However, starting them later can still be helpful, especially if the sick person has a high risk health condition or is very sick from the flu. Follow instructions for taking these drugs. It’s very important that antiviral drugs are used early to treat hospitalized patients, people with severe flu illness, and people who are at higher risk for flu complications based on their age or underlying medical conditions. Other people also may be treated with antiviral drugs by their doctor this season. Most otherwise-healthy people who get the flu, however, do not need to be treated with antiviral drugs.
Antiviral may refer to: antiviral drug, a class of medication used specifically for treating viral infections. Antiviral protein, Antiviral Therapy, antiviral agents which are useful to restrict, a number of clinical situations. Furthermore, most antiviral drugs do not selectively inhibit virus replication without simultaneously injuring the host cell, and are therefore accompanied by serious side effects. Thus, possible beneficial effects of antiviral drugs must be balanced against potential immune-suppressive and other undesirable side effects. Nevertheless, the physician, faced with a seriously ill patient or concerned about the individual and economic consequences of an incipient epidemic of viral disease, is under considerable pressure by the patient, by the public or by his colleagues, to apply antiviral therapy. Although the pharmacology and use of antiviral drugs has been introduced for an overall reassessment of antiviral therapy, considering older approaches, such as post-exposure immunization, along with the newer chemotherapy, is lacking. Virus structure: Viruses contain a single type of nucleic acid, either ribonucleic acid (RNA) or deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). The viral core, composed of the nucleic acid and nucleoproteins is protected by an outer protein coat (the capsid). In addition, some viruses are surrounded by a lipoprotein envelope. Virus cell interactions: Viruses are obligate intracellular parasites. The field of antiviral therapy is expanding at an unprecedented rate. The tremendous expansion in drug screening and rational drug design brought about by the HIV pandemic, together with gathering interest in new viral targets' such as the hepatitis and papillomaviruses, means that more antiviral agents than ever are reaching clinical trials.
In 2014, the global antiviral market was estimated to be worth $27.6 billion and is expected to reach revenues of approximately $36.44 billion by 2019 at a CAGR of 5.71% between 2014 and 2019.
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