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Table 2 Cases of malaria and HIV

From: Imported malaria including HIV and pregnant woman risk groups: overview of the case of a Spanish city 2004–2014

  Patient 1 Patient 2 Patient 3 Patient 4 Patient 5 Patient 6 Patient 7 Patient 8
Age/sex 41/Male 36/Female 23/Female 32/Pregnant female 31/Pregnant female 33/Female 33/Female 31/Female
Origin Guinea Conakry Equatorial Guinea Nigeria Nigeria Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea Nigeria
HIV infectiona Diagnosed Diagnosed Known HIV Known HIV Known HIV Diagnosed Diagnosed Known HIV
Parasitism 8 % <1 % 15 % <1 % <1 % <1 % 2 % <1 %
HIV State HIV A3 HIV A2 HIV C3 HIV A2 HIV A2 HIV A3 HIV A2 Unknown
Evolution Cerebral malaria. Admittance to ICU. Recovery Diagnosis of malaria and HIV during an anaemia study Recovery Recovery. Healthy new-born Resuming (HAART). Healthy new-born Recovery. Haemoglobin <8 g/dl. Required transfusion. Recovery Moved to her reference centre
  1. Diagnosed: coinciding with malaria diagnosis
  2. Known: HIV diagnosis before diagnosis of malaria
  3. aMoment of HIV infection