Clinical follow-up and monitoring of patients on PrEP
A course of non-occupational post exposure prophylaxis (nPEP) may be required if a patient is on daily PrEP, or on-demand† PrEP and had a recent high-risk exposure (within 72 hours) but only if they did not take PrEP during those days. This nPEP may need to consist of a three-drug regimen, depending on the nature of the exposure. See section on nPEP and PrEP for management of such cases.
† The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has not approved this regimen in Australia.