Augustin Cupșa

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A1 The outcome of patients with recurrent versus non-recurrent pneumococcal meningitis in a tertiary health-care hospital in Background Pneumococcal meningitis (PM) is a life-threatening disease. Recurrent PM is relatively rare and associated with predisposing conditions. This study analyzed the outcome of patients with recurrent versus non-recurrent PM.(More)
Session title: epidemiology, subtypes, regional issues O1 HIV-1 diversity in Bulgaria (current molecular epidemiological picture) Objectives In Bulgaria 1606 cases with HIV/AIDS were diagnosed from 1986 until 2012. Epidemiological data indicated greater heterogeneity of HIV-1 positive population, including minority groups, migrants, and recent increase of(More)
Background When assessing comorbidities in HIV-infected patients, the bone and the kidney represent important target organs that can potentially be affected by both virus and antivirals. Given the particular characteristics of the Romanian HIV cohort [1], most of the patients have experienced HIV infection in childhood and have received multiple therapeutic(More)
Objective: to establish a set of predictive criteria for the occurrence of neurological sufferances in a group of Romanian HIV infected patients (Px). Retrospective study (January 1990 – January 2011): we have stratified data (CD4 count, HIV-RNA level, total duration of antiretroviral treatment (ART) and duration of a certain ART regimen) from 98 Px(More)