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Dr. Margareth da Eira
Institute of Infectious Diseases, Brazil     



Archive

Volume 2 Issue 1

Volume 1 Issue 2

Volume 1 Issue 1

1

Correlates of Hospital Admissions due to Non-Opportunistic Infections Including Attempted Suicide among HIV Patients at a Botswana Referral Hospital

Hospital admissions among people living with HIV (PLWH) are generally attributed to opportunistic infections (OIs), yet conditions other than OIs also account for a number of admissions among PLWH. Correlates of such admissions among PLWH have not been sufficiently investigated so the need for such an investigation is critical to inform health policies and priorities.

2

The Burden of Opportunistic-Infections and Associated Exposure Factors among HIV-Patients Admitted at a Botswana Hospital

Botswana is among countries most affected by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) pandemic. Since 2001, aggressive interventions have been launched by the government including free access to combination antiretroviral treatment (cART). cART is known to reduce HIV transmission, related morbidities and hospital admissions among people living with HIV (PLWH). However, hospital admissions among PLWH in Botswana still remain high.

Journal Highlights

  • Human Retroviruses
  • Molecular biology of HIV
  • Molecular biology, immunology, and pathogenesis
  • HIV/HTLV epidemiology
  • A variety of care settings: pathology, coinfections
  • Current developments in HIV/AIDS-related policy


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