Adesão aos antirretrovirais em pessoas com coinfecção pelo vírus da imunodeficiência humana e tuberculose

  title={Ades{\~a}o aos antirretrovirais em pessoas com coinfecç{\~a}o pelo v{\'i}rus da imunodefici{\^e}ncia humana e tuberculose},
  author={L. Lemos and Maria Luciana Teles Fiuza and Renata Karina Reis and Andr{\'e} Carvalho Ferrer and Elucir Gir and Marli Teresinha Gimeniz Galv{\~a}o},
  journal={Revista Latino-americana De Enfermagem},
Objective: assess the adherence levels to antiretroviral therapy in people coinfected with HIV/tuberculosis and correlate these levels with the sociodemographic and clinical variables of the study population. Method: cross-sectional study involving 74 male and female adults coinfected with HIV/tuberculosis. For the data collection, a sociodemographic and clinical assessment form and the Antiretroviral Treatment Adherence Assessment Questionnaire were used. For the data analysis, the software… Expand
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