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Bronchoscopy is useful for diagnosing smear-negative tuberculosis in HIV-infected patients
(European Respiratory Journal, 2010)
Non-linear mixed effects modeling of liver function biomarkers in TB-HIV patients co-treated with Rifampicin and Efavirenz based regimens
Introduction Survival has improved as a result of improved HIV therapy but liver disease remains a critical problem in HIV patients. HIV disease, ART and Tuberculosis treatments have all been documented to cause liver ...
Utilization of HIV and tuberculosis services by Health Care Workers in Uganda: Implications for occupational health policies and implementation
(PLOS One, 2012)
infection control measures for HCWs. Challenges to and gaps in access to HIV services among HCWs may thus compromise TB infection control. This study assessed HCWs HIV and TB screening uptake and explored their preferences ...
The TB pandemic: an old problem seeking new solutions
Meya DB, McAdam KPWJ (Infectious Disease Institute, Kampala, Uganda). The TB pandemic: an old problem seeking new solutions (Review). J Intern Med 2007; 261: 309–329. Tuberculosis (TB) continues to kill more than 2 million ...
Incidence and predictors of mortality and the effect of tuberculosis immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome in a cohort of TB/HIV patients commencing antiretroviral therapy
(Lippincott Wilkins & Williams, 2011)
Background: Tuberculosis-HIV (TB-HIV) coinfection remains an important cause of mortality in antiretroviral therapy (ART) programs. In a cohort of TB-HIV–coinfected patients starting ART, we examined the incidence and ...