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  1. Clinical prediction scores to help in the screening of Ebola virus disease suspects
  2. Appropriateness of Antibiotic Prescribing for Acute Conjunctivitis: A Cross-Sectional Study at a Specialist Eye Hospital in Ghana, 2021
  3. Person‐centred care and short oral treatment for rifampicin‐resistant tuberculosis improve retention in care in Kandahar, Afghanistan
  4. Pretomanid for tuberculosis: a systematic review
  5. Long-term retention and predictors of attrition for key populations receiving antiretroviral treatment through community-based ART in Benue State Nigeria: A retrospective cohort study
  6. Development of a risk score to guide targeted hepatitis C testing among human immunodeficiency virus patients in Cambodia
  7. Antibacterial mouthwash to prevent sexually transmitted infections in men who have sex with men taking HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PReGo): a randomised, placebo-controlled, crossover trial
  8. Predictors of virological failure among people living with HIV receiving first line antiretroviral treatment in Myanmar: retrospective cohort analysis
  9. Diagnostic Accuracy of the INSHI Consensus Case Definition for the Diagnosis of Paradoxical Tuberculosis-IRIS
  10. Case Report: Therapeutic Threshold for Rifampicin-Resistant Tuberculosis in a Patient from Maputo, Mozambique
  11. Human rights: finding the right balance for rifampicin-resistant TB treatment
  12. Finding the right balance between efficacy and tolerability for TB treatment: the search continues
  13. Hepatitis C Prevalence and Validation of a Clinical Prediction Score for Targeted Screening among People Living with HIV in Ghana
  14. Patient-mix, programmatic characteristics, retention and predictors of attrition among patients starting antiretroviral therapy (ART) before and after the implementation of HIV “Treat All” in Zimbabwe
  15. Comparison of first-line tuberculosis treatment outcomes between previously treated and new patients: a retrospective study in Machakos subcounty, Kenya
  16. District-level strategies to control the HIV epidemic in Zimbabwe: a practical example of precision public health
  17. Translating drug resistant tuberculosis treatment guidelines to reality in war-torn Kandahar, Afghanistan: A retrospective cohort study
  18. Better programmatic outcome with the shorter regimen for the treatment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in Guinea: A retrospective cohort study
  19. High rifampicin-resistant TB cure rates and prevention of severe ototoxicity after replacing the injectable by linezolid in early stage of hearing loss
  20. False Rifampicin Resistance in Xpert Ultra Applied to Lymph Node Aspirate: A Case Report
  21. Challenges to Differentiate Hepatitis C Genotype 1 and 6: Results from A Field-Study in Cambodia
  22. The perceived impact of isoniazid resistance on outcome of first-line rifampicin-throughout regimens is largely due to missed rifampicin resistance
  23. First-line tuberculosis treatment with double-dose rifampicin is well tolerated
  24. Comparison of predictive models for hepatitis C co-infection among HIV patients in Cambodia
  25. High-dose First-line Treatment Regimen for Recurrent Rifampicin-susceptible Tuberculosis
  26. Tuberculosis treatment: one-shot approach or cascade of regimens?
  27. Decision-making in the diagnosis of tuberculous meningitis
  28. Retention and predictors of attrition among patients who started antiretroviral therapy in Zimbabwe’s national antiretroviral therapy programme between 2012 and 2015
  29. The effect of HIV-associated tuberculosis, tuberculosis-IRIS and prednisone on lung function
  30. Time of administration of rabies immunoglobulins and adequacy of antibody response upon post-exposure prophylaxis: a descriptive retrospective study in Belgium
  31. Retention and predictors of attrition among patients who started antiretroviral therapy in Zimbabwe’s National Antiretroviral Therapy Programme between 2012 and 2015
  32. Temporary disengagement and re-engagement in human immunodeficiency virus care in a rural county serving pastoralist communities in Kenya: a retrospective cohort study
  33. Effect of reliance on Xpert MTB/RIF on time to treatment and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis treatment outcomes in Tanzania: a retrospective cohort study
  34. Viral load detection and management on first line ART in rural Rwanda
  35. Performance of algorithms for tuberculosis active case finding in underserved high-prevalence settings in Cambodia: a cross-sectional study
  36. Prednisone for the Prevention of Paradoxical Tuberculosis-Associated IRIS
  37. The Immune Mechanisms of Lung Parenchymal Damage in Tuberculosis and the Role of Host-Directed Therapy
  38. Development of a clinical prediction score for targeted hepatitis C screening in a low-risk HIV cohort in Cambodia
  39. Principles for constructing a tuberculosis treatment regimen: the role and definition of core and companion drugs
  40. What Is the Role of Paired Rapid Plasma Reagin Testing (Simultaneous Testing of Acute and Convalescent Samples) in the Diagnosis of Repeat Syphilis and the Follow-up of Syphilis?
  41. Comment on: Effects of isoniazid resistance on TB treatment outcomes under programmatic conditions in a high-TB and -HIV setting: a prospective multicentre study
  42. Unexpected Infection with Armillifer Parasites
  43. Ten year experience with antiretroviral treatment in Cambodia: Trends in patient characteristics and treatment outcomes
  44. Rational use of Xpert testing in patients with presumptive TB: clinicians should be encouraged to use the test-treat threshold
  45. A cross-sectional study of hepatitis C among people living with HIV in Cambodia: Prevalence, risk factors, and potential for targeted screening
  46. Performance of the Antiretroviral Treatment Program in Ethiopia, 2005-2015: strengths and weaknesses toward ending AIDS
  47. Development and external validation of a clinical prognostic score for death in visceral leishmaniasis patients in a high HIV co-infection burden area in Ethiopia
  48. Efficacy of Convalescent Plasma in Relation to Dose of Ebola Virus Antibodies
  49. Electrolyte and Metabolic Disturbances in Ebola Patients during a Clinical Trial, Guinea, 2015
  50. Diagnosis of Visceral Leishmaniasis Using Peripheral Blood Microscopy in Ethiopia: A Prospective Phase-III Study of the Diagnostic Performance of Different Concentration Techniques Compared to Tissue Aspiration
  51. Predictable threats to public health through delaying universal access to innovative medicines for hepatitis C: a pharmaceutical standpoint
  52. Organizing the Donation of Convalescent Plasma for a Therapeutic Clinical Trial on Ebola Virus Disease: The Experience in Guinea
  53. Preventing Paradoxical Tuberculosis-Associated Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome in High-Risk Patients: Protocol of a Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial of Prednisone (PredART Trial)
  54. CD4 results with a bias larger than hundred cells per microliter can have a significant impact on the clinical decision during treatment initiation of HIV patients
  55. Design and analysis considerations in the Ebola_Tx trial evaluating convalescent plasma in the treatment of Ebola virus disease in Guinea during the 2014–2015 outbreak
  56. Evaluation of Convalescent Plasma for Ebola Virus Disease in Guinea
  57. Factors associated with prevalent tuberculosis among patients receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy in a Nigerian tertiary hospital
  58. Usefulness of Common Fibrosis Markers to Predict Viremia in Patients with Reactive Hepatitis C Antibody Test
  59. Brief Report
  60. Systematic screening for drug-resistant tuberculosis with Xpert® MTB/RIF in a referral hospital in Cambodia
  61. Advanced HIV Disease at Enrolment in HIV Care: Trends and Associated Factors over a Ten Year Period in Cambodia
  62. Implementation of isoniazid preventive therapy in an HIV clinic in Cambodia: high rates of discontinuation when combined with antiretroviral therapy
  63. Use of Pentamidine As Secondary Prophylaxis to Prevent Visceral Leishmaniasis Relapse in HIV Infected Patients, the First Twelve Months of a Prospective Cohort Study
  64. The Use of Ebola Convalescent Plasma to Treat Ebola Virus Disease in Resource-Constrained Settings: A Perspective From the Field
  65. Challenges from Tuberculosis Diagnosis to Care in Community-Based Active Case Finding among the Urban Poor in Cambodia: A Mixed-Methods Study
  66. Impact of the Use of a Rapid Diagnostic Test for Visceral Leishmaniasis on Clinical Practice in Ethiopia: A Retrospective Study
  67. Development and Validation of a Risk Score for Chronic Kidney Disease in HIV Infection Using Prospective Cohort Data from the D:A:D Study
  68. Is frontloaded sputum microscopy an option in active tuberculosis case finding?
  69. Atypical manifestations of visceral leishmaniasis in patients with HIV in north Ethiopia: a gap in guidelines for the management of opportunistic infections in resource poor settings
  70. Syphilis reinfections pose problems for syphilis diagnosis in Antwerp, Belgium – 1992 to 2012
  71. Higher rates of metabolic syndrome among women taking zidovudine as compared to tenofovir in rural Africa: preliminary data from the CART-1 study
  72. Clinical aspects of paediatric visceral leishmaniasis in North-west Ethiopia
  73. Active tuberculosis screening of close contacts among the urban poor: a Cambodian experience
  74. A Screen-and-Treat Strategy Targeting Visceral Leishmaniasis in HIV-Infected Individuals in Endemic East African Countries: The Way Forward?
  75. Visceral Leishmaniasis as an AIDS Defining Condition: Towards Consistency across WHO Guidelines
  76. Visceral Leishmaniasis and HIV Coinfection in East Africa
  77. High Parasitological Failure Rate of Visceral Leishmaniasis to Sodium Stibogluconate among HIV Co-infected Adults in Ethiopia
  78. Exploring three approaches to offer distance learning courses through a social network of health researchers in three African countries
  79. Leishmaniasis in immunosuppressed individuals
  80. A Clinical Prediction Score for Targeted Creatinine Testing Before Initiating Tenofovir-Based Antiretroviral Treatment in Cambodia
  81. Bacterial sepsis in patients with visceral leishmaniasis in Northwest Ethiopia
  82. Community-Based Active Tuberculosis Case Finding in Poor Urban Settlements of Phnom Penh, Cambodia: A Feasible and Effective Strategy
  83. Hepatitis B and C Co-Infection among HIV-Infected Adults while on Antiretroviral Treatment: Long-Term Survival, CD4 Cell Count Recovery and Antiretroviral Toxicity in Cambodia
  84. Simplified Clinical Prediction Scores to Target Viral Load Testing in Adults with Suspected First Line Treatment Failure in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  85. How to improve patient retention in an antiretroviral treatment program in Ethiopia: a mixed-methods study
  86. Scaling up antiretroviral treatment and improving patient retention in care: lessons from Ethiopia, 2005-2013
  87. Bacterial Sepsis in Patients with Visceral Leishmaniasis in Northwest Ethiopia
  88. Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor Resistance Mutations Associated with First-Line Stavudine-Containing Antiretroviral Therapy: Programmatic Implications for Countries Phasing Out Stavudine
  89. Rapid diagnostic tests for neurological infections in central Africa
  90. Validation of a Clinical Prediction Score to Target Viral Load Testing in Adults With Suspected First-Line Treatment Failure in Resource-Constrained Settings
  91. Bloodstream Infection among Adults in Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Key Pathogens and Resistance Patterns
  92. Risk Factors of Treatment-Limiting Anemia after Substitution of Zidovudine for Stavudine in HIV-Infected Adult Patients on Antiretroviral Treatment
  93. Incidence and risk factors for tuberculosis in HIV-infected patients while on antiretroviral treatment in Cambodia
  94. Azithromycin and Ciprofloxacin Resistance in Salmonella Bloodstream Infections in Cambodian Adults
  95. Timing of antiretroviral therapy in Cambodian hospital after diagnosis of tuberculosis: impact of revised WHO guidelines
  96. Short and long term retention in antiretroviral care in health facilities in rural Malawi and Zimbabwe
  97. Antiretroviral treatment in low-resource settings: what has changed in the last 10 years and what needs to change in the coming years?
  98. A Clinical Prediction Score in Addition to WHO Criteria for Anti-Retroviral Treatment Failure in Resource-Limited Settings - Experience from Lesotho
  99. Adoption of new HIV treatment guidelines and drug substitutions within first-line as a measure of quality of care in rural Lesotho: health centers and hospitals compared
  100. Staphylococcus aureus blood stream infections in Cambodian adults
  101. Incidence of Treatment-Limiting Toxicity with Stavudine-Based Antiretroviral Therapy in Cambodia: A Retrospective Cohort Study
  102. Is increasing complexity of algorithms the price for higher accuracy? virtual comparison of three algorithms for tertiary level management of chronic cough in people living with HIV in a low-income country
  103. Development and validation of systems for rational use of viral load testing in adults receiving first-line ART in sub-Saharan Africa
  104. Genotypic Impact of Prolonged Detectable HIV Type 1 RNA Viral Load after HAART Failure in a CRF01_AE-Infected Cohort
  105. Melioidosis, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  106. Determination of Kidney Function Before Tenofovir Initiation: Four-Fold Difference in Need of Tenofovir Dose Reduction Depending on Method Used
  107. Challenges in developing national HIV guidelines: experience from the eastern Mediterranean
  108. Evaluation of the 2007 WHO Guideline to Improve the Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in Ambulatory HIV-Positive Adults
  109. Performance of Abdominal Ultrasound for Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in HIV-Infected Persons Living in Cambodia
  110. A telemedicine service for HIV/AIDS physicians working in developing countries
  111. Time for “Test and Treat” in Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Programs in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
  112. Challenges in the diagnosis of meningitis in low-resource settings
  113. Attrition of HIV-infected individuals not yet eligible for antiretroviral treatment: do we care?
  114. Challenges in HIV and visceral Leishmania co-infection: future research directions
  115. Treatment of HIV infection with drugs for HSV-2 infection – Authors' reply
  116. Combination therapy for visceral leishmaniasis
  117. Treating HIV infection with drugs for HSV-2 infection?
  118. Decrease of vitamin D concentration in patients with HIV infection on a Non Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor containing regimen
  119. Mobile learning for HIV/AIDS healthcare worker training in resource-limited settings
  120. Monitoring for treatment failure in patients on first-line antiretroviral treatment in resource-constrained settings
  121. Substituting nevirapine for efavirenz: risk factors for toxicity in nonnaive patients in a resource-constrained setting
  122. Five-year experience with scaling-up access to antiretroviral treatment in an HIV care programme in Cambodia
  123. Substituting tenofovir for stavudine in resource-limited settings: there are challenges ahead
  124. Melioidosis in an Urban Referral Hospital, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  125. Validation of a Manual Blood System and the Distribution of Organisms Causing Bacteremia in a Resource-Limited Setting, SHCH, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  126. Rational use of antiretroviral therapy in low-income and middle-income countries: optimizing regimen sequencing and switching
  127. Tuberculosis-associated immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome: case definitions for use in resource-limited settings
  128. Prevention and treatment of the immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome
  129. Co-trimoxazole prophylaxis in tropical countries in the era of highly active antiretroviral therapy: do we know enough?
  130. Bridging the gap between clinical practice and diagnostic clinical epidemiology: pilot experiences with a didactic model based on a logarithmic scale
  131. HIV Viral Load Monitoring in Resource‐Limited Regions: Optional or Necessary?
  132. Validation of Primary CD4 Gating as an Affordable Strategy for Absolute CD4 Counting in Cambodia
  133. Remote consultations and HIV/AIDS continuing education in low-resource settings
  134. Authors' reply
  135. The Added Value of a CD4 Count to Identify Patients Eligible for Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy Among HIV-Positive Adults in Cambodia
  136. Demographic and Clinical Characteristics of HIV-Infected Inpatients and Outpatients at a Cambodian Hospital
  137. A new model to monitor the virological efficacy of antiretroviral treatment in resource-poor countries
  138. Review editorial: Prevention of tuberculosis in resource-poor countries with increasing access to highly active antiretroviral treatment
  139. Comparison of albendazole regimen for prophylaxis of strongyloides hyperinfection in nephrotic syndrome patients on long-term steroids in Cambodia
  140. Palliative care in sub-Saharan Africa
  141. Disseminated nocardiosis presenting with cardiac tamponade in an HIV patient
  142. Highly active antiretroviral treatment in countries with very limited resources: do we have cheaper alternatives?
  143. Do Patents Prevent Access to Drugs for HIV in Developing Countries?
  144. Evaluation of two tests based on the detection of histidine rich protein 2 for the diagnosis of imported Plasmodium falciparum malaria
  145. Clinical algorithm for malaria in Africa