Single Viral Load Measurements Overestimate Stable Viral Suppression among HIV Patients in Care

Clinical and Public Health Implications

Gary Marks, Unnati Patel, Michael J. Stirratt, Michael J. Mugavero, William C. Mathews, Thomas P. Giordano, Nicole Crepaz, Lytt I. Gardner, Cynthia Grossman, Jessica Davila, Meg Sullivan, Charles E. Rose, Christine O’Daniels, Allan E Rodriguez, Andrew Wawrzyniak, Matthew R. Golden, Shireesha Dhanireddy, Jacqueline Ellison, Mari Lynn Drainoni, Lisa R. Metsch & 1 others Edward R. Cachay

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Abstract

BACKGROUND:: The HIV continuum of care paradigm uses a single viral load test per patient to estimate the prevalence of viral suppression. We compared this single-value approach with approaches that used multiple viral load tests to examine stability of suppression. METHODS:: The retrospective analysis included HIV patients who had at least two viral load tests during a 12-month observation period. We assessed (1) percent with suppressed viral load (

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalJournal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes
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Single Viral Load Measurements Overestimate Stable Viral Suppression among HIV Patients in Care : Clinical and Public Health Implications. / Marks, Gary; Patel, Unnati; Stirratt, Michael J.; Mugavero, Michael J.; Mathews, William C.; Giordano, Thomas P.; Crepaz, Nicole; Gardner, Lytt I.; Grossman, Cynthia; Davila, Jessica; Sullivan, Meg; Rose, Charles E.; O’Daniels, Christine; Rodriguez, Allan E; Wawrzyniak, Andrew; Golden, Matthew R.; Dhanireddy, Shireesha; Ellison, Jacqueline; Drainoni, Mari Lynn; Metsch, Lisa R.; Cachay, Edward R.

In: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 21.04.2016.

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Marks, G, Patel, U, Stirratt, MJ, Mugavero, MJ, Mathews, WC, Giordano, TP, Crepaz, N, Gardner, LI, Grossman, C, Davila, J, Sullivan, M, Rose, CE, O’Daniels, C, Rodriguez, AE, Wawrzyniak, A, Golden, MR, Dhanireddy, S, Ellison, J, Drainoni, ML, Metsch, LR & Cachay, ER 2016, 'Single Viral Load Measurements Overestimate Stable Viral Suppression among HIV Patients in Care: Clinical and Public Health Implications', Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. https://doi.org/10.1097/QAI.0000000000001036
Marks, Gary ; Patel, Unnati ; Stirratt, Michael J. ; Mugavero, Michael J. ; Mathews, William C. ; Giordano, Thomas P. ; Crepaz, Nicole ; Gardner, Lytt I. ; Grossman, Cynthia ; Davila, Jessica ; Sullivan, Meg ; Rose, Charles E. ; O’Daniels, Christine ; Rodriguez, Allan E ; Wawrzyniak, Andrew ; Golden, Matthew R. ; Dhanireddy, Shireesha ; Ellison, Jacqueline ; Drainoni, Mari Lynn ; Metsch, Lisa R. ; Cachay, Edward R. / Single Viral Load Measurements Overestimate Stable Viral Suppression among HIV Patients in Care : Clinical and Public Health Implications. In: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 2016.
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