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Antiretroviral Therapy, Highly Active

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  • 1.   Antiretroviral therapy and congenital abnormalities in infants born to HIV-1-infected women in the United Kingdom and Ireland, 1990 to 2003

    The aim of this study was to describe antiretroviral therapy and congenital abnormalities in infants born to HIV-1-infected women

    J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, Vol: 42 Page: 91-4 May 2006
    C. L. Townsend; P. A. Tookey; M. Cortina-Borja; C. S. Peckham

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  • 2.   Immunologic changes during unplanned treatment interruptions of highly active antiretroviral therapy in children with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection

    The aim of this study was to describe the decline of CD4 cells or percentage during unplanned treatment interruptions in HIV-infected children

    Pediatr Infect Dis J, Vol: 23 Page: 446-50 May 2004
    D. M. Gibb; T. Duong; V. A. Leclezio; A. S. Walker; G. Verweel; D. T. Dunn

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  • 3.   Low rates of mother-to-child transmission of HIV following effective pregnancy interventions in the United Kingdom and Ireland, 2000-2006

    The aim of this study was to describe the impact of different strategies to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV at a population level

    Aids, Vol: 22 Page: 973-81 May 2008
    C. L. Townsend; M. Cortina-Borja; C. S. Peckham; A. de Ruiter; H. Lyall; P. A. Tookey

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  • 4.   National guidelines for the active management of HIV in pregnancy

    This article discusses national guidelines for the active management of HIV in pregnancy

    Ir Med J, Vol: 94 Page: 137-40 May 2001
    S. Clarke; K. Butler; C. Bergin; F. Lyons; G. Sheehan; M. Horgan; F. Mulcahy

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  • 5.   Response to highly active antiretroviral therapy varies with age: the UK and Ireland Collaborative HIV Paediatric Study

    The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of age, CD4 percentage (CD4%) and plasma HIV-1 RNA on response to highly active antiretroviral therapy in previously untreated children

    Aids, Vol: 18 Page: 1915-24 September 2004
    A. S. Walker; K. Doerholt; M. Sharland; D. M. Gibb

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  • 6.   Transient viral load increases in HIV-infected children in the U.K. and Ireland: what do they mean?

    The aim of this study was to assess investigate transient increases in viral load during sustained suppression in children in the UK and Ireland Collaborative HIV Paediatric Study (CHIPS)

    Antivir Ther, Vol: 12 Page: 949-56 2007
    K. J. Lee; D. Shingadia; D. Pillay; A. S. Walker; A. Riordan; E. Menson; T. Duong; G. Tudor-Williams; D. M. Gibb

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  • 7.   Trends in management and outcome of pregnancies in HIV-infected women in the UK and Ireland, 1990-2006

    The aim of this study was to examine the changing demographic profile of diagnosed HIV-infected pregnant women over time and trends in pregnancy outcome, uptake of interventions and mother-to-child transmission

    Bjog, Vol: 115 Page: 1078-86 August 2008
    C. L. Townsend; M. Cortina-Borja; C. S. Peckham; P. A. Tookey

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