How does health-related quality Of life relate to symptoms experienced in HIV patients treated with highly-active antiretroviral therapy?
Lalanne, C., Armstrong, A.R., Herrmann, S., Chassany, O. and Duracinsky, M. (2011) How does health-related quality Of life relate to symptoms experienced in HIV patients treated with highly-active antiretroviral therapy? In: ISPOR 14th Annual European Congress, 5 - 8 November, Madrid, Spain.
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Health-related quality of life (HRQL) is modulated by the type and frequency of symptoms experienced in daily life. Such a relationship is likely determined in part by treatment regimen and health care system. We studied how symptoms reported by HIV patients under PI- vs. NNTI-based HAART relate to different HRQL dimensions on the PROQOL-HIV questionnaire.
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