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Background-Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection is uncommon in HIV infected patients and is usually nosocomially acquired and associated with risk factors such as neutropenia or central lines. We have recently noted an increase in the number of respiratory isolates of Ps aeruginosa in hospitalised HIV positive should be considered in patients with advanced HIV disease who present with new respiratory symptoms. (Genitourin Med 1995;71:73-77)doi:10.1136/sti.71.2.73 fatcat:c6g4tp544fhjbemufz7nsl6zfm