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BACKGROUND Physiological changes associated with pregnancy may alter antiretroviral plasma concentrations and might jeopardize prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission. Lopinavir is one of the protease inhibitors more frequently prescribed during pregnancy in Europe. We described the free and total pharmacokinetics of lopinavir in HIV-infected(More)
  • F Schmid
  • 1993
Long-term results are reported for 35 knees with patellofemoral osteoarthrosis treated by Maquet procedure. Eighty percent were rated very good or good, and 20% fair or poor. The poor results are attributed to errors in the diagnosis or to inadequate surgical technique. The Maquet procedure thus provides good results for painful knees with patellofemoral(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the potential of spiral computed tomography (CT) densitometry of the lung to assess segmental perfusion defects in patients with acute pulmonary embolism. MATERIALS AND METHODS Ten patients with known segmental or lobar perfusion defects on ventilation/perfusion scintigraphy and with normal findings in the contralateral lung segment(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the impact of a multimodal infection control program on the rate of nosocomial infections at a 550-bed tertiary care center. METHODS Before and after the implementation of an infection control program, the rate of nosocomial infection was recorded in time-interval prevalence studies. Hand hygiene compliance was studied before and after(More)