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viremia

[vī′rē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Presence of viral particles in the blood.
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Distribution of cases according to fibrosis and ALT thresholds in low viremic (HBV-DNA <2000 IU/mL) patients with CHB ALT (U/L) <60 60-79 [greater than or equal to]80 Fibrosis <2 48 20 29 Fibrosis [greater than or equal to]2 9 18 15 ALT (U/L) p rho Fibrosis <2 Fibrosis [greater than or equal to]2 0.004 0.192 ALT: alanine aminotransferase; CHB: chronic hepatitis B; HBV: hepatitis B virus; rho: rank correlation coefficient TABLE 4.
Furthermore, none of the healthy controls nor viremic HIV-infected individuals off ART reported marijuana use, whereby significant proportions of HIV-infected participants on ART reported marijuana use (37%) (p = 0.008, Fisher's exact test).
Numerically, the current Egyptian governmental treatment plan, currently, is feeble, by all accounts, at a mere 65,000 or 1% of these viremic patients.
Each year, it was estimated that 10,000 viremic individuals are newly diagnosed.
West Nile fever characteristics among viremic persons identified through blood donor screening.
This study suggests that people engaged in a high CCHFV-risk occupation in these provinces, such as shepherds, farmers, veterinarians and other persons who are in close contact with ticks, should take precautions to avoid exposure to infected ticks, viremic animals and contaminated camel blood or tissues.
The model considers two hosts, a viremic host that does not support adult ticks and a non-viremic host that supports all stages.
After the first detectable measurement, 106 (87 %) of patients returned below the limits of quantification on the next measurement; all transiently viremic patients returned below the limits of quantification by the third measurement after the blip.
The virus is transmitted to humans through infected tick bites or from direct contact with viremic animals or humans.
Vaccinated sandhill cranes developed significantly higher titers 14 days postchallenge and were viremic for shorter periods of time after challenge than unvaccinated individuals.
However, the window of opportunity for catching an individual in a viremic state is not very long, 1-4 days in birds (CDC 2003) and up to 14 days, perhaps longer, in Alligator mississipiensis (Klenk et al.