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    • Antiretroviral therapy for the management of HIV in children 

      Frigati, L.; Cotton, M.; Rabie, H. (Health & Medical Publishing Group, 2014-12)
      Since 2004, when antiretroviral therapy (ART) was first available to children through the National Department of Health, there has been significant progress in preventing and treating paediatric HIV. Large cohort studies ...

    • BCG vaccination in South African HIV-exposed infants : risks and benefits 

      Hesseling, A. C.; Caldwell, J.; Cotton, M. F.; Eley, B. S.; Jaspan, H. B.; Jennings, K.; Marais, B. J.; Nuttall, J.; Rabie, H.; Roux, P.; Schaaf, H. S. (Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG), 2009-02)

    • Otorrhoea is a marker for symptomatic disease in HIV-infected children 

      Karpakis, J.; Rabie, H.; Howard, J.; Van Rensburg, A. J.; Cotton, M. F. (Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG), 2007)
      Background. Chronic otorrhoea occurs commonly in HIV-infected children. However, there are few data on incidence and severity. Objective. To document the prevalence of otorrhoea in the clinic attendees. Methods. A retrospective ...

    • Paediatric ART outcomes in a decentralised model of care in Cape Town, South Africa 

      Morsheimer, M. M.; Dramowski, A.; Rabie, H.; Cotton, M. F. (AOSIS Publishing, 2014-01-05)
      Background. Although subSaharan Africa faces the world’s largest paediatric HIV epidemic, only 1 in 4 children has access to combination antiretroviral therapy (ART). A decentralised approach to HIV care is advocated, but ...

    • Unexplained HIV-1 infection in children : documenting cases and assessing for possible risk factors 

      Hiemstra, R.; Rabie, H.; Schaaf, H. S.; Eley, B.; Cameron, N.; Mehtar, S.; Janse van Rensburg, A.; Cotton, M. F. (Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG), 2004-03)
      Background. In the year 2000 we reported possible horizontal transmission of HIV-1 infection between two siblings. An investigation of three families, each with an HIV-infected child but seronegative parents, permitted ...