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Phase angle from bioelectrical impedance analysis remains an independent predictive marker in HIV-infected patients in the era of highly active antiretroviral treatment.
BACKGROUND Highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART) reduces the risk of wasting in HIV infection and may alter the prognostic weight of wasting. The phase angle from bioelectrical impedanceExpand
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Discordant responses on starting highly active antiretroviral therapy: suboptimal CD4 increases despite early viral suppression in the UK Collaborative HIV Cohort (UK CHIC) Study *
Patients starting highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) may have a suboptimal CD4 increase despite rapid virological suppression. The frequency and the significance for patient care of thisExpand
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Identification of diagnostic markers for tuberculosis by proteomic fingerprinting of serum
Summary Background We investigated the potential of proteomic fingerprinting with mass spectrometric serum profiling, coupled withExpand
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Virological treatment failure of protease inhibitor therapy in an unselected cohort of HIV‐infected patients
Objective:To determine the rate of virological treatment failure with protease inhibitor therapy in unselected patients and to assess underlying risk factors. Design and setting:Retrospective studyExpand
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Risk factors for the HIV‐associated lipodystrophy syndrome in a closed cohort of patients after 3 years of antiretroviral treatment
Objective To identify prevalence and risk factors associated with the HIV‐associated lipodystrophy syndrome (HIVLD) after 3 years of antiretroviral therapy, to investigate the diagnostic value ofExpand
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ESPEN Guidelines on Enteral Nutrition: Wasting in HIV and other chronic infectious diseases.
Undernutrition (wasting) is still frequent in patients infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), despite recent decreases in the prevalence of undernutrition in western countries (asExpand
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Renormalization group approach to neutron matter: quasiparticle interactions, superfluid gaps and the equation of state
Renormalization group methods can be applied to the nuclear many-body problem using the approach proposed by Shankar. We start with the two-body low momentum interaction Vlowk and use the RG flowExpand
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Polarization contributions to the spin dependence of the effective interaction in neutron matter.
We calculate the modification of the effective interaction of particles on the Fermi surface due to polarization contributions, with particular attention to spin-dependent forces. In addition to theExpand
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Adverse events and treatment interruption in tuberculosis patients with and without HIV co-infection
Background: Serious treatment associated adverse events are thought to occur more frequently in individuals with tuberculosis (TB) who are co-infected with HIV. A study was undertaken to assess theExpand
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