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SETTING Drug resistance threatens tuberculosis (TB) control, particularly among human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infected persons. OBJECTIVE To describe practices in the prevention and management of drug-resistant TB under antiretroviral therapy (ART) programs in lower-income countries. DESIGN We used online questionnaires to collect program-level(More)
A37 HIV drug resistance monitoring in children receiving first line antiretroviral therapy at two pediatric hospitals in Ho Chi Minh City Anh Q. Luong, Ton Tran, Khanh Thu H. Hoang, Ngoc Thao T. Do, Thinh X. Vu, Khanh H. Truong, Quy T. Du, Kim Thoa P. Le, Viet C. Do, An T. Vu, Thanh Thuy T. Le, Kim Chi T. Nguyen, Binh K. Nguyen, Hien. T Bui, Xuan Lien T.(More)
INTRODUCTION Management of tuberculosis (TB) is challenging in HIV/TB-coinfected children. The World Health Organization recommends nucleic acid amplification tests for TB diagnosis, a 4-drug regimen including ethambutol during intensive phase (IP) of treatment, and initiation of antiretroviral therapy (ART) within 8 weeks of TB diagnosis. We investigated(More)
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