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Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome (IRIS) in HIV-infected patients: risk factors, clinical features, outcomes, prevention

Author Matiyevskaya N.
Pages 44-51
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Keywords HIV-infection, antiretroviral therapy, complications, inflammatory syndrome of immunity reconstitution.
Abstract (summary) This article claims that a decrease in the high frequency (62,5 %) of unfavourable outcomes of severe immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome can be achieved through an adequate monitoring of HIV-infected patients consisting in early detection, treatment and prevention of coinfections and swift elimination of other risk factors.
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