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Multiple HIV-1 subtype infection and transmitted drug resistance; prevalence in HIV-1 infected Ugandans and association to disease stage and progression
(Makerere University, 2011-08)
Infection of an individual with two or more viral strains (dual/mixed infection) occurs in HIV-1 infection. The identification of the immunological and virological determinants of dual infection would provide data that ...
Prevalence, types and associated factors of anxiety disorders among HIV positive patients attending Taso HIV Clinic, Mulago, Uganda
(Makerere University, 2011-06)
Introduction. HIV/AIDS has been reported in all regions of the world with Sub-Saharan Africa being the worst affected. In Uganda, the prevalence of HIV infection is 6.4% for persons aged 15-49 years. Co-morbidity between ...
Prevalence, presentation and factors associated with low serum vitamin b-12 levels in ART-naïve HIV positive patients attending two outpatient HIV Care Clinics in Mulago Hospital
(Makerere University, 2011)
Introduction: The extent of vitamin B-12 depletion among HIV positive patients in Uganda and Sub Saharan Africa is unknown. We describe serum vitamin B-12 levels and factors associated with suboptimal vitamin B-12 among ...
Prevalence, clinical and laboratory characteristics of patients with spontaneous bacterial peritonitis in cirrhotic ascites at Mulago Hospital
(Makerere University, 2011-04)
Introduction and rationale: Patients with cirrhosis and ascites show a higher susceptibility to bacterial infections. In these patients, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis may occur in up to 25% of the cases and is usually ...