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OBJECTIVE To determine nasopharyngeal colonization rates of two vaccine preventable bacterial pathogens Hemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), and Streptococcus pneumoniae (Pneumococcus), antibiotic susceptibility of isolates, factors associated with their colonization, and immunization history in a cohort of HIV infected children. METHODS The authors(More)
HIV infection is one of the major health problems in today's world, especially in a developing country like India. The impact of HIV on the pediatric population is no less dreadful. Pediatric HIV is a subset of HIV which requires special attention. Efficient information management is one of the key issues in pediatric HIV treatment. Electronic Health Record(More)
Growth in the use of simulation technology has been less than expected. Today there are still many applications that could benefit from simulation, but that do not use it. As companies decide whether to use simulation, they need to consider the investment and all possible benefits. In this panel, four simulation professionals from academia and industry(More)
OBJECTIVE To document the immunization rates, factors associated with incomplete immunization, and missed opportunities for immunizations in children affected by HIV presenting for routine outpatient follow-up. METHODS A cross-sectional study of immunization status of children affected by HIV presenting for routine outpatient care was conducted. RESULTS(More)
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