Flavia Schmid

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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)
On October 1996 a Dutch-German medical team spent three weeks in Sokoto, Nigeria to initiate a surgical aid program for the treatment of noma. For logistic reasons a semiquantitative classification system for noma was devised, describing the extent of tissue loss of anatomical units such as the nose, the outer cheek and the inner lining of the cheek, the(More)