Dominique Salmon-Céron

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AIMS To assess the relationship between genetic polymorphisms and indinavir pharmacokinetic variability and to study the link between concentrations and short-term response or metabolic safety. METHODS Forty protease inhibitor-naive patients initiating highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) including indinavir/ritonavir and enrolled in the COPHAR(More)
Since human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) share the same modes of transmission, HIV-HCV co-infected patients are relatively common. Until recently, the clinical course of HCV in co-infected patients was overshadowed by the high morbidity and mortality of HIV disease. Recent reductions in morbidity and mortality among HIV-infected(More)
As a result of high inter-patient variability, and efficacy-concentration and toxicity-concentration relationships, optimization of HIV-protease inhibitor (PI) doses based on plasma concentrations could be beneficial. During a 48-week open prospective non-randomized interventional study of 115 protease inhibitor-naïve patients initiating an(More)
BACKGROUND Treatment for the hepatitis C virus (HCV) may be delayed significantly in HIV/HCV co-infected patients. Our study aims at identifying the correlates of access to HCV treatment in this population. METHODS We used 3-year follow-up data from the HEPAVIH ANRS-CO13 nationwide French cohort which enrolled patients living with HIV and HCV. We included(More)
INTRODUCTION In France, young adults are legally freed from parental authority at the age of 18 years and are, thus, responsible for their own vaccine record. This young adult population is more frequently exposed to vaccine-preventable infectious diseases. OBJECTIVE To determine the factors associated with students' knowledge of the interval between two(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Hepatic stellate cells, the major producers of extracellular matrix in the liver, and hepatocytes bear CXCR4 and CCR5, the two main co-receptors for entry of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). In vitro studies suggest that HIV-envelope proteins can modulate the replication of hepatitis C virus (HCV) and fibrogenesis. We investigated(More)
We report a unusual case of neuralgic amyotrophy (NA) occurring during the seroconversion stage of an HIV infection. Combined with previously published cases, our observation suggests that NA associated with HIV could belong to the group of early multiplex mononeuritis. Neurologists should be aware of HIV infection when managing a patient with NA.
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