Study authors assessed various demographic, HIV-specific, and antiretroviral-therapy-specific risk factors associated with weight gain following initiation of antiretroviral therapy in patients with HIV.
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Study authors assessed the association between elevated and increasing red blood cell distribution width and increased mortality risk in patients with COVID-19.
The increased and inadequate use of linezolid prescriptions in a tertiary NICU and growing concerns of antimicrobial resistance are reviewed.
Researchers conducted an observational, prospective, multicentric study to assess the possible relationship between granulocytic markers and COVID-19 infection and severity.
Investigators conducted a prospective analysis in patients with HIV to assess the rate of switching from TDF-based to TAF-based or dual therapy regimens and to assess the impact of switching on eGFR.
Investigators conducted a randomized, open-label trial during the 2018-2019 influenza season to assess neutralization titers in pre- and post-immunization sera from 133 adults immunized with one of three types of influenza vaccines.
Researchers conducted a prospective study to analyze the relationship between continued angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor (ACEi) or angiotensin II receptor blocker (ARB) use in the hospital and better clinical outcomes (ICU admission, morbidity, mortality).
Researchers conducted a retrospective cohort study to analyze national trends in drug payments and other associated costs of HIV PrEP treatment.
New study published in the European Respiratory Journal suggest that in most settings, the odds of drug resistance are the same for children and adults with TB, consistent with past research.