​​Infectious Disease: HIV/AIDS

Medicine®, a Wolters Kluwer Health publication and one of the most respected and frequently cited journals in general medicine, is pleased to announce the launch of Medicine®: HIV/AIDS, an online channel of content specifically dedicated to the publication and distribution of AIDS- and HIV-related research.

Medicine®: HIV/AIDS will consider submissions in the following subject areas:

  • Diagnosis and Evalu​ation of HIV Infection
  • Treatment of HIV infection
  • Treatment failure and resistance testing
  • Prophylaxis and treatment of opportunistic infections
  • Complications of HIV infection
  • HIV infection and pregnancy
  • Post-exposure and pre-exposure prophylaxis
  • Public health and HIV prevention

Click here to view the Medicine®: HIV/AIDS Editorial Board

Submissions to Medicine®: HIV/AIDS will be published and indexed under the Medicine® ISSN.

 

(note: Select section/category "4850 HIV/AIDS Channel" during submission process)

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Impact of human immunodeficiency virus infection on mortality of patients who acquired healthcare associated-infection in critical care unit

Castro-Lima, Victor Augusto Camarinha de; Borges, Igor C.; Joelsons, Daniel; More

Medicine. 98(23):e15801, June 2019.

Clinical outcomes of a cohort of migrants and citizens living with human immunodeficiency virus in Botswana: implications for Joint United Nation Program on HIV and AIDS 90-90-90 targets

Marukutira, Tafireyi; Yin, Dwight; Cressman, Laura; More

Medicine. 98(23):e15994, June 2019.

Insufficient education is a key factor of incorrect interpretation of HIV self-test results by female sex workers in Democratic Republic of the Congo: A multicenter cross-sectional study

Tonen-Wolyec, Serge; Batina-Agasa, Salomon; Longo, Jean De Dieu; More

Medicine. 98(6):e14218, February 2019.

Drug resistance mutations and viral load in human immunodeficiency virus type 2 and dual HIV-1/HIV-2 infected patients in Ghana

Abana, Christopher Z.; Sagoe, Kwamena W.C.; Bonney, Evelyn Y.; More

Medicine. 98(6):e14313, February 2019.

A stress management intervention for adults living with HIV in Nigerian community settings: An effects study

Nwobi, Uju A.; Eseadi, Chiedu; Obetta, Kenneth Chukwuemeka; More

Medicine. 97(44):e12801, November 2018.

Efficacy of rational emotive digital storytelling intervention on knowledge and risk perception of HIV/AIDS among schoolchildren in Nigeria

Ezegbe, Bernedeth; Eseadi, Chiedu; Ede, Moses O.; More

Medicine. 97(47):e12910, November 2018.

Impact of co-infection by hepatitis C virus on immunological and virological response to antiretroviral therapy in HIV-positive patients

Portocarrero Nuñez, Julian Alexander; Gonzalez-Garcia, Juan; Berenguer, Juan; More

Medicine. 97(38):e12238, September 2018.

Knowledge of HIV status and antiretroviral therapy use among sexually transmitted infections service attendees and the case for improving the integration of services in South Africa: A cross sectional study

Kufa, Tendesayi; Maseko, Venessa D.; Nhlapo, Duduzile; More

Medicine. 97(39):e12575, September 2018.

Effect of Rational Emotive Health Therapy on Alcohol Use Among Community-dwelling, HIV-positive Patients

Omeje, Joachim Chinweike; Otu, Mkpoikanke Sunday; Aneke, Anthonia Olunwa; More

Medicine. 97(35):e11688, August 2018.

Prevalence, detection, treatment, and control of hypertension in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients attending HIV clinics in the Western Cape Province, South Africa

Mutemwa, Muyunda; Peer, Nasheeta; de Villiers, Anniza; More

Medicine. 97(35):e12121, August 2018.

Viral suppression and viral rebound among young adults living with HIV in Canada

Palmer, Alexis; Gabler, Karyn; Rachlis, Beth; More

Medicine. 97(22):e10562, June 2018.

Risk factors associated with overweight and obesity in HIV-infected people: Aging, behavioral factors but not cART in a cross-sectional study

Obry-Roguet, Véronique; Brégigeon, Sylvie; Cano, Carla E.; More

Medicine. 97(23):e10956, June 2018.

Factors associated with HIV infection among female sex workers in Brazil

Szwarcwald, Célia Landmann; Damacena, Giseli Nogueira; de Souza-Júnior, Paulo Roberto Borges; More

Medicine. 97(1S):S54-S61, May 2018.

HIV prevalence and sexual behavior among young male conscripts in the Brazilian army, 2016

Sperhacke, Rosa Dea; da Motta, Leonardo Rapone; Kato, Sérgio Kakuta; More

Medicine. 97(1S):S25-S31, May 2018.

Monitoring self-reported adherence to antiretroviral therapy in public HIV care facilities in Brazil: A national cross-sectional study

Santos, Maria Altenfelder; Guimarães, Mark Drew Crosland; Helena, Ernani Tiaraju Santa; More

Medicine. 97(1S):S38-S45, May 2018.

Comparing HIV risk-related behaviors between 2 RDS national samples of MSM in Brazil, 2009 and 2016

Guimarães, Mark Drew Crosland; Kendall, Carl; Magno, Laio; More

Medicine. 97(1S):S62-S68, May 2018.

Prevalence estimates of HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B and C among female sex workers (FSW) in Brazil, 2016

Ferreira-Júnior, Orlando da Costa; Guimarães, Mark Drew Crosland; Damacena, Giseli Nogueira; More

Medicine. 97(1S):S3-S8, May 2018.

Changes in attitudes, risky practices, and HIV and syphilis prevalence among female sex workers in Brazil from 2009 to 2016

Szwarcwald, Célia Landmann; de Almeida, Wanessa da Silva; Damacena, Giseli Nogueira; More

Medicine. 97(1S):S46-S53, May 2018.

HIV, HCV, HBV, and syphilis among transgender women from Brazil: Assessing different methods to adjust infection rates of a hard-to-reach, sparse population

Bastos, Francisco I.; Bastos, Leonardo Soares; Coutinho, Carolina; More

Medicine. 97(1S):S16-S24, May 2018.

External quality assessment for CD4 + T-lymphocyte count test: Performance of the Brazilian public health laboratories network

Gaspar, Pâmela Cristina; Wohlke, Bruna Lovizutto Protti; Brunialti, Milena Karina Coló; More

Medicine. 97(1S):S32-S37, May 2018.

Detection and genotyping of human papillomavirus (HPV) in HIV-infected women and its relationship with HPV/HIV co-infection

Badial, Rodolfo Miglioli; Dias, Marina Carrara; Stuqui, Bruna; More

Medicine. 97(14):e9545, April 2018.

Clearance of human papillomavirus related anal condylomas after oral and endorectal multistrain probiotic supplementation in an HIV positive male: A case report

Ceccarelli, Giancarlo; Cavallari, Eugenio Nelson; Savinelli, Stefano; More

Medicine. 97(16):e0329, April 2018.

Prevalence of and risk factors for anal high-risk HPV among HIV-negative and HIV-positive MSM and transgender women in three countries at South-East Asia

Somia, I Ketut Agus; Teeratakulpisarn, Nipat; Jeo, Wifanto S.; More

Medicine. 97(10):e9898, March 2018.

Next-generation sequencing provides an added value in determining drug resistance and viral tropism in Cameroonian HIV-1 vertically infected children

Fokam, Joseph; Bellocchi, Maria C.; Armenia, Daniele; More

Medicine. 97(13):e0176, March 2018.

Phylogenetic and temporal dynamics of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 CRF01_AE and CRF07_BC among recently infected antiretroviral therapy-naïve men who have sex with men in Jiangsu province, China, 2012 to 2015: A molecular epidemiology-based study

Yang, Yue; Zhao, Xiu-Ping; Zou, Hua-Chun; More

Medicine. 97(6):e9826, February 2018.

24-month HIV-free survival among infants born to HIV-positive women enrolled in Option B+ program in Kigali, Rwanda: The Kabeho Study

Gill, Michelle M.; Hoffman, Heather J.; Ndatimana, Dieudonne; More

Medicine. 96(51):e9445, December 2017.

New diagnoses of human immunodeficiency virus infection in the Spanish pediatric HIV Cohort (CoRISpe) from 2004 to 2013

Jiménez de Ory, Santiago; González-Tomé, María Isabel; Fortuny, Claudia; More

Medicine. 96(39):e7858, September 2017.

Risk factors for infection by oncogenic human papillomaviruses in HIV-positive MSM patients in the ART era (2010–2016)

Hidalgo-Tenorio, Carmen; Gil-Anguita, Concepción; Ramírez-Taboada, Jessica; More

Medicine. 96(39):e8109, September 2017.

Sociodemographic differences among HIV-positive and HIV-negative recently pregnant women in Mexico City: A case–control study

Aguilar-Zapata, Daniel; Piñeirúa-Menéndez, Alicia; Volkow-Fernández, Patricia; More

Medicine. 96(27):e7305, July 2017.

Comparative effectiveness of single versus multiple tablet antiretroviral therapy regimens in clinical HIV practice

Drozd, Daniel R.; Saag, Michael S.; Westfall, Andrew O.; More

Medicine. 96(14):e6275, April 2017.

Lifetime and recent alcohol use and bone mineral density in adults with HIV infection and substance dependence

Ventura, Alicia S.; Winter, Michael R.; Heeren, Timothy C.; More

Medicine. 96(17):e6759, April 2017.

High levels of virological failure with major genotypic resistance mutations in HIV-1-infected children after 5 years of care according to WHO-recommended 1st-line and 2nd-line antiretroviral regimens in the Central African Republic: A cross-sectional study

Mossoro-Kpinde, Christian Diamant; Gody, Jean-Chrysostome; Mboumba Bouassa, Ralph-Sydney; More

Medicine. 96(10):e6282, March 2017.

Oral microbiome in HIV-associated periodontitis

Noguera-Julian, Marc; Guillén, Yolanda; Peterson, Jessica; More

Medicine. 96(12):e5821, March 2017.

Clinical and microbiological features of invasive nontyphoidal Salmonella associated with HIV-infected patients, Gauteng Province, South Africa

Keddy, Karen H.; Musekiwa, Alfred; Sooka, Arvinda; More

Medicine. 96(13):e6448, March 2017.

Reproductive history before and after HIV diagnosis: A cross-sectional study in HIV-positive women in Spain

Hernando, Victoria; Alejos, Belen; Montero, Marta; More

Medicine. 96(5):e5991, February 2017.

Strategic use of dual regimens of boosted protease inhibitors plus maraviroc in poorly adherent subjects in view of long-acting drugs: A retrospective study

Capetti, Amedeo Ferdinando; Micale, Mariangela; Carenzi, Laura; More

Medicine. 96(7):e5728, February 2017.

Factors associated with syphilis incidence in the HIV-infected in the era of highly active antiretrovirals

Shilaih, Mohaned; Marzel, Alex; Braun, Dominique L.; More

Medicine. 96(2):e5849, January 2017.

Obtaining a male circumcision prevalence rate of 80% among adults in a short time: An observational prospective intervention study in the Orange Farm township of South Africa

Marshall, Esaie; Rain-Taljaard, Reathe; Tsepe, Motlalepule; More

Medicine. 96(4):e5328, January 2017.

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