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BMC Infect Dis. 2013 Jan 2;13:2. doi: 10.1186/1471-2334-13-2.

A new tool for the paediatric HIV research: general data from the Cohort of the Spanish Paediatric HIV Network (CoRISpe).

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De José MI, Fortuny C, Gurbindo D, León JA, Martín Fontelos P, Mellado MJ, Muñoz-Fernández MA, Navarro M, Soler P, de la Cruz J, Lendínez F, Uberos J, Lamas J, Espinosa D, Montiel R, Gutiérrez MC, Olivares L, Muñoz-Vilches MJ, Rumbao J, Rodríguez M, Ceballos J, Moreno D, Núñez E, Flores C, Terol P, Romero J, Santos JL, León JA, Neth O, Falcón D, Gracia M, Herráiz G, Egido M, Ciria LM, Bouthelier M, de Juan F, Pérez C, Ruiz P, Cabero MJ, Álvarez C, Lillo M, Losada B, Lapeña S, Andrés AG, Marugán V, Ochoa C, Solís P, Sastre E, Coll MT, García L, Mur A, Mayol L, Pineda V, Fortuny C, Noguera T, Vallmanya T, Rodrigo C, Méndez M, Soriano T, Calavia O, Soler-Palacín P, Espiau M, Pérez-Hoyos S, Escribano J, Gavilán C, Jareño E, Teresa M, López-Prats JL, Haro J, Oltra M, Vicent M, Montesinos E, López C, Amat M, Pelechano F, Bretón R, Otero MC, Ortí A, Pérez A, Grande A, Grande FJ, Vila L, Calviño C, Couceiro JA, Dueñas J, Montesdeoca A, Mateo M, Cuadrillero ML, Román V, Garzón MB, Colino E, Gómez-Sirvent JE, Garijo MC, Mellado MJ, García M, Martín-Fontelos P, Roa MA, Gurbindo D, Navarro ML, Saavedra J, Jimenez de Ory S, Muñoz-Fernández MA, Martínez J, González-Tomé MI, Rojo P, Blázquez D, González I, Contreras J, Ramos JT, de José MI, Aracil FJ, Beceiro J, Calvo C, Badillo K, Rex C, Salinas R, Alfayate S, Menasalvas AI, Herranz M, Bernaola E, Pocheville I, Euba A, Echeverría J, Consuegra I, Díaz L, Gallego J, García-Alonso D, García-Merino I, García A, Gómez C, Jiménez JL, Lorente R, Muñoz- Fernández MA, Serramía MJ.

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Servicio Infecciosas Infantil, Hospital Universitario La Paz, Paseo de la Castellana 26, Madrid, 128046, Spain. ijose.hulp@salud.madrid.org

Abstract

There are approximately from 1,100 to 1,200 HIV-infected children in a follow-up in Spain. In 2008 an open, multicentral, retrospective and prospective Cohort of the Spanish Paediatric HIV Network (CoRISpe) was founded. The CoRISpe is divided into the node 1 and node 2 representing geographically almost the whole territory of Spain. Since 2008 seventy-five hospitals have been participating in the CoRISpe. All the retrospective data of the HIV-infected children have been kept in the CoRISpe since 1995 and prospective data since 2008. In this article we are going to present the notion of CoRISpe, its role, the structure, how the CoRISpe works and the process how a child is transferred from Paediatric to Adults Units. The main objective of the CoRISpe is to contribute to furthering scientific knowledge on paediatric HIV infection by providing demographic, sociopsychological, clinical and laboratory data from HIV-infected paediatric patients. Its aim is to enable high-quality research studies on HIV-infected children.

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PMC3544738
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10.1186/1471-2334-13-2
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