Framingham risk score based vascular outcomes in acute versus chronic HIV cohorts after 6 years of ART.

Framingham risk score based vascular outcomes in acute versus chronic HIV cohorts after 6 years of ART.

Publication date: Feb 21, 2024

Immune dysregulation persists in people with HIV (PWH) on antiretroviral therapy (ART) and may lead to accelerated vascular ageing and cardiovascular disease (CVD). While delayed time to initiation of ART has been linked to worse cardiovascular outcomes, the effect of ART initiation during acute infection on these outcomes is not well understood. Participants were enrolled from the SEARCH010/RV254 acute HIV (AHI) and HIV-NAT chronic HIV (CHI) cohorts in Thailand. Participants with 6-year follow-up and viral suppression (viral load 

Concepts Keywords
6years acute HIV
Cardiovascular cardiovascular risk
Hiv CD4 T-cell count
Thailand Framingham risk score
Therapy HIV
vascular age

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH cardiovascular disease
disease MESH infection

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