Pain among ambulatory HIV/AIDS patients: multicenter study of prevalence, intensity, associated factors, and effect.

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UNLABELLED This study aimed to determine the prevalence, intensity, associated factors, and effect of pain among ambulatory HIV/AIDS patients. Three-hundred two adult ambulatory HIV/AIDS patients were consecutively recruited from HIV/AIDS outpatient clinics at 2 teaching hospitals in Uganda. The presence and intensity of pain were self-reported using the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jpain.2012.04.007

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@article{Namisango2012PainAA, title={Pain among ambulatory HIV/AIDS patients: multicenter study of prevalence, intensity, associated factors, and effect.}, author={Eve Namisango and Richard Harding and Leonard K. Atuhaire and Henry Ddungu and Elly Tebasoboke Katabira and Fred Roland Muwanika and Richard A. Powell}, journal={The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society}, year={2012}, volume={13 7}, pages={704-13} }