Published in AIDS Weekly, June 19th, 2006
In a recently published study, investigators in the United States conducted a study to "determine whether children aged 3-59 months with mild or nonsymptomatic human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and WHO-defined severe pneumonia have a higher failure rate than do HIV-uninfected children when treated with the standard WHO treatment of parenteral penicillin or oral amoxicillin.
"This study was a planned sub-analysis of a randomized trial of 3-59-month-old children presenting with WHO-defined...
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