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Bitherapy in hiv childrens

M Fernández-Ibieta, J T Ramos Amador, S Guillén Martín, María I González-Tomé, M Navarro Gómez, E Iglesias González-Nicolás, B Rubio Gribble, M I de José Gómez, J Beceiro Mosquera, J Regidor, M J De Santos Butragueño, N Martínez Guardia, M A Roa Francia
INTRODUCTION: Despite the success of preventive measures against mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of human immunodeficiency virus-1 and -2 (HIV-1 and -2) in developed countries, HIV-infected infants continue to be born. The aim of this study was to evaluate failures in the prevention of MTCT and the clinical characteristics of infected infants. METHODS: The Foundation for the Investigation and Prevention of AIDS in Spain (FIPSE) Cohort in Madrid prospectively follows up children at risk of MTCT HIV born in eight public hospitals in Madrid...
August 2007: Anales de Pediatría: Publicación Oficial de la Asociación Española de Pediatría (A.E.P.)
José Manuel Sánchez, José Tomás Ramos Amador, Sira Fernández de Miguel, María Isabel González Tomée, Pablo Rojo Conejo, Paloma Ferrnado Vivas, Julián Clemente Vivas, Jesús Ruiz Contreras, Angel Nogales Espert
BACKGROUND: Highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) slows the progression of HIV disease and lowers mortality and morbidity in adults. The impact on the disease course in children has not been still completely elucidated. Furthermore the effect of HAART on organ-specific complications of HIV is unknown. OBJECTIVES: To assess the effect of HAART on the progression of HIV infection, mortality, organ-specific complications, number of infections and hospitalizations in HIV-1-infected children...
October 2003: Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal
Alfredo Ovalle, Eloísa Vizueta, Alejandro Casals, Rebeca Northland, Reinaldo González, Eduardo Labbe
BACKGROUND: Using adequate infection control measures, the rate of vertical transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) during pregnancy, has been reduced to 3% in Chile. AIM: To determine vertical transmission rate and risk factors associated to perinatal infection in pregnant women with known (KI) and unknown HIV infection (UI). PATIENTS AND METHODS: HIV infected pregnant women whose deliveries were attended at the San Borja Arriaran Hospital were included...
June 2003: Revista Médica de Chile
F Monpoux, M Berlioz, C Pradier, H Haas, P Boutte
UNLABELLED: Accidental exposure to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), either by injury with a discarded syringe or after sexual abuse, increases among the children population. PATIENTS AND METHODS: The entire period of the study was seven-year. Twenty-eight children (14 males, 14 females) underwent three visits after an accidental exposure at Day 0, Day 30th and Day 90th. During each visit, a physical examination, liver enzymes, Ag P24, PCR-RNA HIV, B, C hepatitis serologies were performed...
March 2002: Archives de Pédiatrie: Organe Officiel de la Sociéte Française de Pédiatrie
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