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A descriptive epidemiologic study of HIV-infected individuals in Hawaii: report of the Hawaii Sero-Positivity and Medical Management database (HSPAMM).
|Title:||A descriptive epidemiologic study of HIV-infected individuals in Hawaii: report of the Hawaii Sero-Positivity and Medical Management database (HSPAMM).|
|Authors:||Chow, Dominic C|
Richmond-Crum, Suzanne M.
Shimizu, Sheri M
Souza, Scott A.
show 3 moreGrandinetti, Andrew
Urada, Kevin K
Shikuma, Cecilia M.
|Issue Date:||Dec 2002|
|Abstract:||This is a retrospective study of the HSPAMM database evaluating differences in clinical, laboratory, HIV-risk factors and demographic characteristics with respect to gender and ethnicity. There were no significant differences comparing gender, and Hawaiians and non-Hawaiians with respect to developing a CD4 count < 200 cells/mm3. HSPAMM contains information on a large number of HIV-infected Asians/Pacific Islanders.|
|Sponsor:||G12 RR/AI 03061/RR/NCRR NIH HHS/United States|
|Appears in Collections:||Hawaii Medical Journal Articles For 2002|
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