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Table 2 Opportunistic infections diagnosed in the cohort at JMC, April 10–May 10, 2017

From: Abacavir versus Zidovudine-based regimens for treatment of HIV-infected children in resource limited settings: a retrospective cohort study

Type of opportunistic infectionsFrequency (%)
Bacterial Pneumonia42 (53.8)
Diarrhea9 (11.5)
Candidiasis9 (11.5)
Pneumonia + Pulmonary TB9 (11.5)
Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP)6 (7.7)
Herpes zoster + Candidiasis6 (7.7)
Pneumonia + Disseminated TB6 (7.7)
Herpes zoster6 (7.7)
Pulmonary TB3 (3.8)
  1. TB Tuberculosis; PCP Pneumocystis jiroveci Pneumonia