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Volume 16
Issue 2
Online publication date 2015-07-27
Title Evaluation of the epidemiological situation of HIV infection among vulnerable groups
Author Botirjon Kurbanov, Zulfiya Abdurakhmanova, Sanjar Atabekov
Abstract
The research reviews the data of surveillance and sentinel epidemiological surveillance (SЕS) among groups of higher risk of HIV infection in Uzbekistan for 2011-2013. The main source of data for the analysis was the sentinel epidemiological surveillance (SЕS). Among HIV infected vulnerable groups of population - injecting drug users (IDUs) and sexual workers (SWs) - authors found an increase in the number of persons over 25 years among IDUs, as well as an increase in number of IDUs with aт extensive experience of drug use. The paper provides description of the development trends of the HIV infection among vulnerable population groups in the country, as well as assessment of the effectiveness of prevention programs aimed at reducing HIV transmission. 
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Keywords HIV infection, IDUs, SWs, sentinel epidemiological surveillance
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/mhsj.2015.06
Pages 38-44
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