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Nutritional aspects of HIV infection in children

Nutritional aspects of HIV infection in children

Clinica Dietologica 20(4): 259-263

Nutritional state was studied in 9 girls and 11 boys, 16 to 117 months old, with human immunodeficiency virus infection. Dietary intake during 3 days, anthropometric dimensions (arm circumference, weight for height and height for age), biohumoral indices (retinol-binding protein, prealbumin, albumin, fibropectin, zinc and magnesium), xylose absorption and cytokines in blood were evaluated. Protein requirement for age in children was evaluated. Total energy was below requirements in 3 children.

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