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Free Content CD4 count‐based failure criteria combined with viral load monitoring may trigger worse switch decisions than viral load monitoring alone

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CD4 count decline often triggers antiretroviral regimen switches in resource‐limited settings, even when viral load testing is available. We therefore compared CD4 failure and CD4 trends in patients with viraemia with or without antiretroviral resistance.
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Keywords: HIV‐1 drug resistance; HIV‐1 viral load testing; M184V; M184V, Major NNRTI drug resistance mutations; adherence; adherencia; compliance; critères d’échec immunologique; détermination de la charge virale du VIH‐1; fallo inmunológico; first‐line antiretroviral therapy; immunologic failure criteria; mutaciones de resistencia a medicamentos NNRTI; mutations NNRTI de résistance majeure aux médicaments; prueba de carga viral VIH‐1; resistencia a medicamentos VIH‐1; résistance aux médicaments du VIH‐1; terapia antirretroviral de primera línea; traitement antirétroviral de première ligne

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2016

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