Statins as add-on therapy for chronic hepatitis C: A meta-analysis

Aubrey Q. Taguba, Mara T. Panlilio, Margaret J. Villamayor, Janus P. Ong, Lourdez O. Daez
2015 Journal of Microbiology, Immunology and Infection  
cell phone. There were 230 (88.1%) partners or contactors were successful contacted and 153 (66.5%) of them had accepted the HIV preliminary screen. The confirmed test result reveal that the syphilis positive rate was 6.5% (n Z 10) and HIV positive rate was 10.5% (n Z 16). The reasons for partners to not undergo screening included that they were the partner of previously diagnosed with HIV (n Z 24; 31.17%). There were 27.15% (41/151) of partners or contactors who had used the recreational drug
more » ... hile having a sex. There were 29 (70.73%) of partners or contactors recognized using the rush in the past. We analyzed the community date only and founded that there were 592 preliminary HIV screenings had been completed. The HIV positive rate was 6.58% (n Z 39). There were 12 (30.7%) cases called back to the counselor to get the preliminary HIV positive result and 9 (75%) of them had the accompanying and arrangement by the counselor to the outpatient department and accepted the Western Bolt test. Conclusion: The community model of partner notification services provided an advanced method for establishing the relationship with high risk cases and therefore improved the overall effectiveness of partner notification and contact tracing. It is suggested that the analysis to different partner notification counseling for the cost-effectiveness could be done in the future.
doi:10.1016/j.jmii.2015.02.251 fatcat:6bwbwu3lafhu5nwuime3zae3jm