AIDS represents an important public health problem in Italy. Long-term health care policy planning requires knowledge about the variability of the risk of mortality. The AIDS Surveillance Registry (RAIDS), maintained by the AIDS Operational Centre (COA) of the National Health Institute of Italy, provides valuable information to study the determinants of survival after diagnosis with AIDS. This study aimed to estimate the trends among people infected by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) through blood-related products.

Bellocco, R., Xu, J., Schinaia, N., Arcieri, R., Pagano, M. (2000). Survival of patients with blood-borne AIDS in Italy. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND BIOSTATISTICS, 5(2), 79-87.

Survival of patients with blood-borne AIDS in Italy

BELLOCCO, RINO;
2000

Abstract

AIDS represents an important public health problem in Italy. Long-term health care policy planning requires knowledge about the variability of the risk of mortality. The AIDS Surveillance Registry (RAIDS), maintained by the AIDS Operational Centre (COA) of the National Health Institute of Italy, provides valuable information to study the determinants of survival after diagnosis with AIDS. This study aimed to estimate the trends among people infected by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) through blood-related products.
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Humans; Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Child; Italy; Population Surveillance; Registries; Risk Factors; Blood-Borne Pathogens; Adult; Blood Transfusion; Adolescent; Statistics, Nonparametric; Female; Male; Survival Analysis; Proportional Hazards Models
English
Bellocco, R., Xu, J., Schinaia, N., Arcieri, R., Pagano, M. (2000). Survival of patients with blood-borne AIDS in Italy. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND BIOSTATISTICS, 5(2), 79-87.
Bellocco, R; Xu, J; Schinaia, N; Arcieri, R; Pagano, M
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