AIDS-related

Translations

AIDS-related

[ˈeɪdzrɪˌleɪtɪd] ADJrelacionado con el SIDA
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1,2) Immunological improvement and gain in life expectancy achieved as a result of ART also modified causes of hospitalizations, and, in most recent years, non-AIDS events surpassed AIDS-related as the main cause of hospitalization in high income settings.
There was blood everywhere and, you know, they're having to get tested for AIDS-related conditions because they're literally walking in pools of blood," Staver told the show's host Holly Meade.
Reducing AIDS-related deaths to fewer than 500 000 globally.
While the total number of AIDS-related deaths in all age groups fell by 35% between 2005 and 2013, AIDS-related deaths in adolescents increased by 50%.
The primary endpoint was a composite of any serious AIDS-related event and any serious non--AIDS-related event, such as fatal or nonfatal cardiovascular disease, end-stage renal disease, liver disease, or non--AIDS-defining cancer.
They said about 120,000 youngsters between the ages of 10 and 19 died of Aids-related illnesses in 2013.
The study involved nearly 50, 000 HIV-positive adults receiving care and antiretroviral therapy (ART) at more than 200 clinics across Europe, USA, and Australia found that overall death rates have almost halved since 1999, while deaths due to AIDS-related causes and cardiovascular disease have declined by around 65 percent and liver-related deaths by more than 50 percent.
Many people hold events on World AIDS Day to remember people died of AIDS-related conditions.
The epidemic form, also referred to as the AIDS-related form, is the clinical subtype that arises in immunocompromised human immunodeficiency virus infected patients.
The theme of World AIDS Day 2011 is "Getting to Zero": zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths".
The progress we have made so far is proof that we can realise our vision of zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths," Ban said in a statement on World AIDS Day.
Getting to zero, backed by a United Nations campaign that will run until 2015, means zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths; a bold and important aspiration.