HIV infection does not influence clinical outcomes in hospitalized patients with bacterial community-acquired pneumonia: Results from the CAPO International Cohort Study

Title

HIV infection does not influence clinical outcomes in hospitalized patients with bacterial community-acquired pneumonia: Results from the CAPO International Cohort Study

Creator

Christensen D; Feldman C; Rossi P; Marrie T; Blasi F; Luna C; Fernandez P; Porras J; Martinez J; Weiss K; Levy G; Lode H; Gross P; File T; Invest Capo

Publisher

Clinical Infectious Diseases

Date

2005
2005-08

Description

In a case-control study, outcomes for 58 human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive patients with community-acquired pneumonia ( CAP) were compared with outcomes for 174 HIV-negative patients with CAP. No differences were found in the time to clinical stability, the length of hospitalization, and mortality. Clinical outcomes for hospitalized patients with CAP may not be influenced by HIV infection.

Subject

therapy; Infectious Diseases; Microbiology; Immunology

Identifier

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

554-556

Issue

4

Volume

41

Citation

Christensen D; Feldman C; Rossi P; Marrie T; Blasi F; Luna C; Fernandez P; Porras J; Martinez J; Weiss K; Levy G; Lode H; Gross P; File T; Invest Capo, “HIV infection does not influence clinical outcomes in hospitalized patients with bacterial community-acquired pneumonia: Results from the CAPO International Cohort Study,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed October 19, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/8940.

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