viremia


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viremia

[vī′rē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Presence of viral particles in the blood.
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However, many HIV-infected patients who achieve viral suppression below the limits of quantification while on HAART have measurable, but transient, viremia subsequently.
Transient high levels of viremia in patients with primary human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection.
ART suppresses plasma HIV-1 RNA to a stable set point predicted by pretherapy viremia.
As of now, there have been no positives identified for antibodies but none of these individuals have been tested for viremia.
10) We did not measure inflammatory cytokines or the degree of viremia in our patient during her rapid clinical deterioration.
The degree of a patient's viremia correlated positively with the percentage of epithelial sweat gland cells that were infected, she noted.
Although overall efficacy was not seen, evaluation of secondary end points of reduction of viremia and change in CD4 counts remains to be done, said Lance K.
Continued reverse transcriptase inhibitor therapy is sufficient to maintain short-term partial suppression of multi-drug resistant viremia.
The dynamics of viremia and parasitemia are discussed in a very practical way and are indicative of the era in which we live, acknowledging that the economic component plays an important role.
ExThera's Seraph[TM] (Selective Removal by Apheresis) Microbind[TM] Affinity Blood Filter has received enthusiastic scientific scrutiny for its potential to bind a wide range of pathogens, toxins and pro-inflammatory cytokines to thwart bacteremia and viremia in the prevention of sepsis.
Contract notice: Purchase and the gradual delivery of reagents for the determination of the level of viremia, cmv, bkv, ebv, hhv 6,7,8, pvb 19 real time pcr method and system for isolating genetic material with the lease of the analyzer.