Simona Paraschiv

Dan Oțelea7
Leontina Bănică4
Ionelia Bâțan3
7Dan Oțelea
4Leontina Bănică
3Ionelia Bâțan
2Cristina Petre
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SUMMARY RegaDB is a free and open source data management and analysis environment for infectious diseases. RegaDB allows clinicians to store, manage and analyse patient data, including viral genetic sequences. Moreover, RegaDB provides researchers with a mechanism to collect data in a uniform format and offers them a canvas to make newly developed(More)
  • Costin-Ioan Popescu, Ovidiu Vlaicu, Leontina Bănică, Simona Paraschiv, Dan Oțelea
  • 2014
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) co-infect five million people worldwide. HIV-HCV co-infection represents the major cause of liver related morbidity among the HIV infected patients. The current HCV standard of care consisting of pegy-lated a-interferon and ribavirin has variable efficacy and considerable side-effects. A major(More)
  • Ioana Bădicuț, Simona Paraschiv, Alina Borcan, Daniela Tălăpan, Olga Dorobăț
  • 2014
Cryptococcosis represents a major life-threatening fungal infection in patients with severe HIV infection. Crypto-coccal meningoencephalitis is the most common manifestation of cryptococcosis in patients with advanced immunosuppression. Objectives: evaluating risk factors for severe evolution of patients with HIV infection and meningitis. Possible risk(More)
  • Dragoş Florea, Ionelia Bâțan, Angelica Doana, Simona Paraschiv, Leontina Bănică, Dan Oțelea
  • 2014
Objective: to estimate the rate and the significance of low level viraemia in HIV positive patients registered in the National Institute for Infectious Diseases " Prof. Dr. Matei Balş " , Bucharest, Romania. We retrospectively analysed the rate of HIV viral loads (VL) <200 copies/mL in patients admitted in our institute from 2011 to 2013. The patients with(More)
  • Simona Paraschiv, Ionelia Bâțan, Leontina Bănică, Iulia Niculescu, Dan Oțelea
  • 2014
Until 2011, the main risk factor for the spread of HIV-1 in Romanian adult population was heterosexual contact. More recently, the number of HIV-1 new cases among IDUs significantly increased. This new subepidemic is characterized by circulation of particular forms of infective strains (CRF14_BG), high prevalence of HCV co-infections and infective(More)
  • Iulia Niculescu, Eliza Manea, Simona Paraschiv, Ionelia Bâțan, Adrian Abagiu, Adriana Hristea +6 others
  • 2014
Since 2011 Romania is experiencing a dramatic increase of newly diagnosed HIV infections among injecting drug users (IDUs), mainly linked to the introduction of new psychoactive substances (NPS) on the Romanian market, their use being related to higher levels of risk behavior compared to opioid abuse. There is no sufficient data showing the natural course(More)
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