HAART


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AcronymDefinition
HAARTHighly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HIV and AIDS treatment)
HAARTHIV/AIDS Alliance for Region Two, Inc.
HAARTHumanistic Alternatives to Addiction, Research and Treatment
HAARTHenryetta Animal Aid Rescue Team
HAARTHistamine activating antiviral regressive therapy
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Although the incidence of KS in some African countries is decreasing because of HAART, it remains an important cause of childhood cancer.
In Brazil, between 1999 and 2008, there were reports of poor adherence to HAART, varying between 23.3% and 36.9%.
HIV infection and HAART have been associated with development of cardiovascular and metabolic complications including lipodystrophy [12, 13].
The macroscopic appearance of a mass on colonoscopy, negative biopsy for malignancy, and prompt resolution of mass with HAART proved that our patient had pseudotumor due to CMV infection.
Of the remaining 44 patients, 5 have initiated HAART for 2 weeks when they agreed to participate in the study, and 39 subjects have not.
We performed a Mann-Whitney U test to compare the differences between HAART naive and HAART patients for Hb, BMI, and TLC.
These two heart centres were the first selected to receive the HAART 300 Aortic Annuloplasty Device as part of the limited commercial launch of the technology announced by the company in March.
This study was conducted to evaluate the incidence of various haematological abnormalities occurring in HIV infected individuals and to observe the differences in the haematological bone marrow findings in patients on HAART as compared to not on HAART.
Patients with CD4 cell counts of < 200 cell/[micro]L had a significantly higher prevalence of cryptococcal infection than those with CD4 cell counts of [greater than or equal to] 200 cell/[micro]l, and CD4 counts of < 200 cell/[micro]L was associated with cryptococcal infections among HIV patients on HAART (Table 1).
Population-based estimates of HAART use and HIV prevalence (2003-2012) were acquired from the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS (BC-CfE), the single provider of free HAART in BC.
The purpose of this study was to assess the long-term effect of HAART and menopause on SILs in HIV-infected women and to determine the prevalence of SILs in menopausal women with HIV infection.
TB diagnoses were grouped into 3 periods on the basis of HAART availability and approximately equal distribution of TB-HIV cases: pre-HAART (1993-1995), early HAART (1996-2000), and late HAART (2001-2008).