Hiv med 2009 may10(5):302-9 doi: 101111/j1468-1293200800687x epub 2009 feb 8 risk factors for incident diabetes mellitus among hiv-infected patients receiving combination antiretroviral therapy in taiwan: a case-control study lo yc(1), chen my, sheng wh, hsieh sm, sun hy, liu wc, wu py, wu ch, hung. It is speculated that this residual inflammation with effective art may contribute to the pathogenesis of comorbidities in hiv-infected patients, including diabetes ( 13) we undertook a case-control study, nested within an observational study of the aids clinical trial group (actg) to determine whether markers of systemic. J acquir immune defic syndr 2004 dec 137(4):1464-9 case-control study of diabetes mellitus in hiv-infected patients yoon c(1), gulick rm, hoover dr, vaamonde cm, glesby mj author information: (1)department of medicine, weill medical college, cornell university, new york, ny 10011, usa [email protected] org. Objective in a nationwide, population-based cohort study we assessed the risk of diabetes mellitus (dm) in hiv-infected individuals compared with the (2009) risk factors for incident diabetes mellitus among hiv-infected patients receiving combination antiretroviral therapy in taiwan: a case-control study. We performed a case-control study involving antiretroviral therapy (art)– experienced hiv- we designed a cross-sectional retrospective case-control study comparative risk of hypertension, diabetes mellitus, renal failure, cardiovascular disease, and fracture, by age, among patients versus control.
Race, age, bmi, family history and hcv were associated with dm use of protease inhibitors (pis) was not associated with dm, but hiv/hcv-coinfected patients were less likely to be on pis than those with hiv infection alone in a multivariate analysis controlled for race, the association between hcv and dm was stronger in. Objective we sought to determine the incidence and factors associated with development of diabetes mellitus (dm) in older hiv-infected individuals research risk factors for incident diabetes mellitus among hiv-infected patients receiving combination antiretroviral therapy in taiwan: a case-control study hiv med 2009. We examined risk factors for avascular bone necrosis (avn) particularly focusing on the question of whether antiretroviral treatment (art) is associated with the emergence of osteonecrosis after 11 years of following the entire cohort, 26 patients were found to have avn compared to 260 concurrent hiv-infected controls. In hiv patients, several studies have linked vitamin d status with bone disease, neurocognitive impairment, depression, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes mellitus, infections, autoimmune diseases like type 1 diabetes mellitus, and cancer in this review, we.
Rates of insulin resistance appear to be increased in individuals with hiv, and a number of cohort studies also report higher rates of diabetes mellitus a case control study compared hiv-infected patients with abnormal body fat distribution ( lipodystrophy) and abnormal serum lipids to hiv-infected controls without. Ethnicity, and whether patients with diabetes mellitus (dm) have been included or not6 predictors for only one study has explored the prevalence amongst hiv positive females and compared this to that in hiv negative female and reports a prevalence of ms of 33% vs 22%, respectively18 no firm conclusions on the.
Background there is little in the literature on hiv and diabetes mellitus (dm) in sub-saharan africa objective to assess the characteristics of hiv and dm in patients receiving antiretroviral therapy (art) in botswana methods a retrospective case-control study was conducted at 4 sites each hiv-infected. Full-text (pdf) | diabetes mellitus, according to world health organization (who ) is a silent epidemic which affects large number of people around the world and is directly related to the oral health status of the patients to know the prevalence of common dental diseases such as dental caries, pe. We report a case of newly developed diabetes mellitus in a patient with human immunodeficiency virus infection, most likely caused by the nucleoside risk factors for incident diabetes mellitus among hiv-infected patients receiving combination antiretroviral therapy in taiwan: a case-control study.