Revisiting the role of a service-Day Hospital in infectious diseases, based on the natural history of HIV infection in the era of potent antiretroviral combination therapy
AbstractOn the ground of the analysis of health care assistance performed by an Infectious Diseases Day-Hospital outpatient service operating in a metropolitan area during a 15-year-old time, we assess the evolution of referred disorders, in order to plan eventual future remodeling of the service and structure organization and performances, based one the present and evolving epidemiology of infectious diseases.
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