The patients had baseline blood taken, taken by HIV – 1 RNA and CD4 cell count and blood was then every 6 months for the duration the study to test . After starting HIV treatment, patients returned to the study clinic every month with their pill bottles for the study pharmacist to count and record the number of pills in the bottle.
The latest statistics released today on delayed transfers of care – when a hospital patient who is released for one or more reasons prevented – show a continued decline in the number of delayed discharges.
Competing Interests: Academic Editor Edward Mills and published together with a previous paper with Michael Chung, the lead author on this paper.Citation: Chung MH, Richardson BA, Tapia K, Benki – Nugent S, Kiarie JN, A randomized controlled trial to compare the effects of counseling and alarm on HAART adherence and virological results. PLoS Med 8 : e1000422. Doi: 10.1371/journal.
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