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Research Priorities for the Common HIV-Related Respiratory Infections

  • Adam S. Malin
  • Keith P. W. J. McAdam

Abstract

Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP) is the major respiratory pathogen affecting HIV-infected individuals in the industrialized world. Clear advances have been made in prevention and treatment. This has resulted in a reduction in disease incidence and morbidity. Co-trimoxazole is still the drug of choice for prophylaxis and treatment. However, drug toxicity is a serious problem and the alternatives available, although of lower toxicity, are less efficacious. Thus, the search for an alternative agent is of key importance.

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Acquire Immune Deficiency Syndrome Pneumocystis CARINII Pneumonia Pneumococcal Disease Acquire Immune Deficiency Syndrome Patient Aerosolized Pentamidine 
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