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Pyomyositis and HIV Infection at The University Teaching Hospital
A prospective study of pyomyositis and HIV infection was conducted at the emergency admission ward of the University Teaching Hospital.One hundred and three(103) patients were included in the study. The age range was between ...
Descriptive study of the prevealence of renal dysfunction in HIV positive patients on highly active anti-retroviral therapy (HAART) and to relate abnormal renal function with urinalysis
The high frequency with which elevated creatinine levels and proteinuria occur indicate the importance of closely monitoring serum and urine chemistries in HIV-infected patients, especially those with risk factors for renal ...
Improved access to paediatric HIV diagonosis and care by use of an oral fluid rapid test among children less than 18months of age in Lusaka, Zambia
Background Zambia is a resource constrained country with a Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) prevalence of 16% among adults aged 15-49 years. The HIV sero prevalence in urban antenatal clinics is approximately 25% and ...
Facters Influencing Partner Notification of HIV Status by Pregnant Women After Undergoing Routine HIV Testing at Antenatal Clinics in Kalomo Urbarn District
Kalomo District Health management report revealed lack of partner notification of HIV status among pregnant women to their sexual partners. The purpose of this study was to identify the factors that influence disclosure ...
Integration of HIV care and family planning: attitudes,challenges and opportunities in Lusaka,Zambia
(The University of Zambia, 2017)
Policy recommendations from governments and international organisations alike now explicitly support the integration of HIV and reproductive health service delivery, particularly family planning. There is recognition that ...