TDF 300mg / 3TC 300mg / DTG 50mg, tab., for PEP


Valid Article - Fixed-dose combinations of antiretroviral medicines
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Therapeutic Action

Fixed-dose combination (FDC) of three antiretrovirals:


HIV infection, according to strengths recommended by WHO

Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) after accidental exposure to blood or body fluids

Instructions for use

Two different codes depending on the packaging and the indication:

  • DORATELD1T-: 90-tablets packaging preferred for HIV treatment.
  • DORATELD1TPEP: 30-tablets packaging reserved for PEP (Post Exposure Prophylaxis).

In children, use DTG 10mg disp. (≥ 4 weeks and ≥ 3 kg) or 50mg (≥ 20 to < 25 kg) in combination with the fixed-dose combination ABC 120mg / 3TC 60mg.


Below 25ºC