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LOPEZ, Pío et al. Metabolic alterations with anti-retroviral highly effective therapy in positive children for VIH, Cali, Colombia. Infect. [online]. 2009, vol.13, n.4, pp.283-292. ISSN 0123-9392.

Objectives: our goal is to describe metabolic alterations in children with HIV and under highly effective anti-retroviral treatment (HAART). Methodology: a first descriptive phase of lipid levels and glucemia was carried out in a cohort of HIV positive children. In a paediatric hospital, children >1 month and <16 years old under HAART were recruited from June, 2003 to June, 2005. The results were compared to population values. During the second phase, bone density was studied in these children using DEXA and anthropometric values and compared to healthy control subjects. Results: thirty eight positive children were included. 59.5% of the children were classified as having dyslipidemia. Upon comparison to the reference population, the HIV(+) group showed larger hypertrigliceridemia prevalence and abnormally low cHDL. Taking into account age variations, total colesterol values and cLDL showed increase in the group that received PI against those that did not. The difference of the BMD Z-Score among the groups was 0,56 (CI95%: 0.1, 1.0), the HIV(+) group having a smaller Z-Score. The bone mass density Z-Score showed a decline according exposition time, which was not evident in the control group. Conclusions: alterations in lipids similar to those described in the seropositive adult were found. The group with PI showed cholesterol alterations that changed according to age. Progressive bone density loss according to exposition time was found regardless of age. It is considered that this relationship could have multifactorial origin, including infection and treatment effects

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