Leila Abboud Dias Carneiro

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Acute poisoning is a frequent accident in childhood, particularly in children under 4 years of age. This was a descriptive study with data collected from standardized forms of the Poison Control Center and patient record charts. All the cases of acute poisoning in children aged 0 to 14 years during the period 2008 to 2012 were selected. The variables(More)
Due to the great genetic diversity of HIV, producing an effective vaccine is extremely difficult. The combined antiretroviral therapy, although not leading to a cure, is capable of preventing opportunistic infections, since it greatly reduces HIV viral load in the blood. Considering a large number of HIV infections occur through sexual intercourse, the use(More)
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