Joelle Tricoire

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BACKGROUND Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in children is mainly acquired via maternal transmission. Our aim was to identify mother-to-child-transmission (MTC) risk factors, namely those associated with maternal virological characteristics and mode of delivery. METHODS Women were included between October 1998 and September 2002 in six hospitals in(More)
BACKGROUND The clinical impact of early antiretroviral multidrug therapy on the risk of early-onset severe human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease has not been evaluated on a large scale. METHODS We evaluated the risk of early-onset events associated with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), particularly the risk of encephalopathy, among infants(More)
OBJECTIVE Micronutrients (zinc, copper, selenium, vitamin A, E, and carotenoids) are essential for the integrity of host defences. This study was designed to determine the prevalence of abnormalities of the micronutrient levels in HIV-1-seropositive children. DESIGN Prospective study. SETTING The study was performed on HIV-1-infected children at the(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess both benefits and risks related to treatment interruption (TI) in children with chronic HIV-1 materno-fetal infection. DESIGN : A multicentre, retrospective analysis in five university hospital pediatric departments in France. METHODS Clinical events, plasma HIV-1 RNA, CD4 cell counts, CD4 percentages (CD4%) and genotypes were(More)
PCV21 ManageMent Of ChrOniC thrOMbOeMbOliC PulMOnary hyPertensiOn: CliniCal and rePOrted OutCOMes frOM a referral hOsPital in sPain Escribano P.1, Del Pozo R.1, Cuervo J.2, Rebollo P.2, Alvarez M.P.3, Espinós B.3, Vieta A.3, LópezGude M.J.1, Cortina J.1 1Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, Madrid, Spain, 2LASER ANALYTICA, Oviedo, Spain, 3Bayer Hispania,(More)
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