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Retention in care, resource utilization, and costs for adults receiving antiretroviral therapy in Zambia: a retrospective cohort study.

BACKGROUNDOf the estimated 800,000 adults living with HIV in Zambia in 2011, roughly half were receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART). As treatment scale up continues, information on the care provided to patients after initiating ART can help guide decision-making. We estimated retention in care, th... Full description

Journal Title: BMC public health March 31, 2014, Vol.14, p.296
Main Author: Scott, Callie A
Other Authors: Iyer, Hari S , Mccoy, Kelly , Moyo, Crispin , Long, Lawrence , Larson, Bruce A , Rosen, Sydney
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title: Retention in care, resource utilization, and costs for adults receiving antiretroviral therapy in Zambia: a retrospective cohort study.
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  • Scott, Callie A
  • Iyer, Hari S
  • Mccoy, Kelly
  • Moyo, Crispin
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  • Larson, Bruce A
  • Rosen, Sydney
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  • Adenine–Analogs & Derivatives
  • Adult–Therapeutic Use
  • Ambulatory Care Facilities–Therapeutic Use
  • Anti-HIV Agents–Economics
  • Cd4 Lymphocyte Count–Drug Therapy
  • Delivery of Health Care–Economics
  • Female–Therapeutic Use
  • Guideline Adherence–Therapeutic Use
  • HIV Infections–Therapeutic Use
  • Health Care Costs–Therapeutic Use
  • Health Resources–Therapeutic Use
  • Humans–Therapeutic Use
  • Male–Therapeutic Use
  • Office Visits–Therapeutic Use
  • Organophosphonates–Therapeutic Use
  • Patient Dropouts–Therapeutic Use
  • Retrospective Studies–Therapeutic Use
  • Tenofovir–Therapeutic Use
  • Zambia
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description: BACKGROUNDOf the estimated 800,000 adults living with HIV in Zambia in 2011, roughly half were receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART). As treatment scale up continues, information on the care provided to patients after initiating ART can help guide decision-making. We estimated retention in care, the...
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abstractBACKGROUNDOf the estimated 800,000 adults living with HIV in Zambia in 2011, roughly half were receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART). As treatment scale up continues, information on the care provided to patients after initiating ART can help guide decision-making. We estimated retention in care, the...
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