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HIV viral load: a concept analysis and critique.
Gagnon M and Guta A. Res Theory Nurs Pract 2014. PMID 25929149
In this article, we examine the concept of HIV viral load and how it has evolved over time (1995-2013) in the field of HIV/AIDS. ...To set the stage, we establish the need for a concept analysis of HIV viral load and provide an overview of the evolutionary view. ...
In this article, we examine the concept of HIV viral load and how it has evolved over time (1995-2013) in the field of HIV/AID …
HIV viral load scale-up: multiple interventions to meet the HIV treatment cascade.
Carmona S, et al. Curr Opin HIV AIDS 2017 - Review. PMID 28134713
However, to meet these aims, urgent scale-up of viral load testing is critical. The multiple interventions in the healthcare system required to support scale-up of viral load testing are reviewed here. ...SUMMARY: Sufficient scale-up of viral load may well be possible if innovations in mHealth are used to support healthcare workers and patients with regard to the scale-up and effective use of viral load monitoring; new laboratory technologies are implemented, both at a centralized level and point-of-care, to manage higher volumes and improve coverage; and there is careful coordination between implementing partners and funders....
However, to meet these aims, urgent scale-up of viral load testing is critical. The multiple interventions in the healthcare s …
Determinants of viral load rebound on HIV/AIDS patients receiving antiretroviral therapy: results from South Africa.
Shoko C and Chikobvu D. Theor Biol Med Model 2018. PMID 30008270 Free PMC article.
From almost all states, rates of viral suppression were higher than rates of viral rebound except for patients in state 2 (viral load between 50 and 10,000 copies/mL) where rates of viral rebound to state 3 (viral load between 10,000 and 100,000 copies/mL) were higher than rates of viral suppression to undetectable levels. ...CONCLUSION: From these findings, we can conclude that administering of any HIV drug regimen is better when based on the viral load level of an HIV+ patient. ...
From almost all states, rates of viral suppression were higher than rates of viral rebound except for patients in state 2 ( …
Improving laboratory efficiencies to scale-up HIV viral load testing.
Alemnji G, et al. Curr Opin HIV AIDS 2017 - Review. PMID 28059956
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Viral load measurement is a key indicator that determines patients' response to treatment and risk for disease progression. ...However, the impact of these initiatives may be challenged by increased inefficiencies along the viral load testing spectrum. ...
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Viral load measurement is a key indicator that determines patients' response to treatment and risk for dise …
Clinical utility of cytomegalovirus viral load in solid organ transplant recipients.
Dioverti MV and Razonable RR. Curr Opin Infect Dis 2015 - Review. PMID 26098497
RECENT FINDINGS: Because several platforms were available for CMV QNAT, there was a wide inter-assay variability in the viral load reporting, and this limited the generation of widely applicable viral load thresholds that can be used for various clinical applications. With the recent availability of international standard and certified reference materials, there is now opportunity to standardize viral load reporting, with the goal of deriving viral load thresholds for various clinical applications, such as rapid diagnosis of CMV infection and disease, predicting the risk of disease and assessing the severity of illness, monitoring efficacy of antiviral therapies and assessing the risk of viral relapse and drug resistance. ...
RECENT FINDINGS: Because several platforms were available for CMV QNAT, there was a wide inter-assay variability in the viral load
Community-driven demand creation for the use of routine viral load testing: a model to scale up routine viral load testing.
Killingo BM, et al. J Int AIDS Soc 2017. PMID 29130605 Free PMC article.
INTRODUCTION: HIV treatment outcomes are dependent on the use of viral load measurement. Despite global and national guidelines recommending the use of routine viral load testing, these policies alone have not translated into widespread implementation or sufficiently increased access for people living with HIV (PLHIV). Civil society and communities of PLHIV recognize the need to close this gap and to enable the scale up of routine viral load testing. ...
INTRODUCTION: HIV treatment outcomes are dependent on the use of viral load measurement. Despite global and national guideline …
A cheap and open HIV viral load technique applicable in routine analysis in a resource limited setting with a wide HIV genetic diversity.
Ngo-Malabo ET, et al. Virol J 2017. PMID 29137673 Free PMC article.
HIV group determination is very important if tailored viral load analysis and treatments are to be applied. In our laboratory, HIV viral load is carried out using two platforms; Biocentric and Abbott depending on the HIV group identified. ...Results showed that 188 (81.39%) samples had undetectable viral load in both techniques. All the detectable samples showed high viral load, with a mean of 4.5 log copies/ml (range 2.1-6.5) for Abbott Real-Time and 4.5 log copies/ml (range 2-6.4) for Generic HIV Viral Load. ...
HIV group determination is very important if tailored viral load analysis and treatments are to be applied. In our laboratory, …
Viral load monitoring as a tool to reinforce adherence: a systematic review.
Bonner K, et al. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 2013 - Review. PMID 23774877
Viremic resuppression is defined here as a decrease in viral load beneath a particular threshold following viral load levels that have been elevated despite antiretroviral treatment. ...The remaining 3 studies all reported declines in mean viral load. Delayed onset of routine viral load monitoring was associated with the emergence of drug resistance. ...
Viremic resuppression is defined here as a decrease in viral load beneath a particular threshold following viral loa
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