Definitions for "HAART"
HAART refers to the concurrent, as opposed to sequential, administration of two nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (e.g., AZT and 3TC) and a highly active protease inhibitor (e.g., Indinavir) in the treatment of newly diagnosed HIV patients. This triple-therapy protocol is becoming the first-line defense against HIV and related opportunistic infections. Source: IMS America press release - 10/14/97; Reuters - 01/29/98.
Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy, a term used to describe anti-HIV combination therapy with three or more drugs.
Refers to milti-drug combinations used to fight HIV, uses combinations of three or more Antiretroviral.