Lethality among Patients with HIV/AIDS Monitored in the Clinic of Infectious Diseases in St George University Hospital, Plovdiv, 2010-2014.

@article{Stoycheva2017LethalityAP,
  title={Lethality among Patients with HIV/AIDS Monitored in the Clinic of Infectious Diseases in St George University Hospital, Plovdiv, 2010-2014.},
  author={Mariyana V Stoycheva and Nikolay Todorov Vatev and Vania Bozhidarova Georgieva and Antonina P Dineva and Maria V. Atanasova and Tatiana A Popova},
  journal={Folia medica},
  year={2017},
  volume={59 4},
  pages={
          454-460
        }
}
BACKGROUND The introduction of complex antiretroviral therapy has resulted in signifi cant decrease in the mortality rate of HIV positive patients, but it still remains unacceptably high, especially in some groups of patients. AIM To investigate the death rate in patients with HIV/AIDS, lethality and mortality in co-infection, and the most common causes and predictors of fatal outcome, focused on early diagnosis and appropriate therapy. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study included 53 deceased… CONTINUE READING
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