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Presentation synopsis:


Tuberculosis remains one of the most serious problems for patients with HIV in Eastern Europe. In Russia, up to ¼ of all patients with tuberculosis have HIV. Standard screening methods for tuberculosis do not work in patients with HIV; in most cases, tuberculosis is detected in a disseminated form, often in the form of tuberculous sepsis. At the same time, the effectiveness of treatment of tuberculosis in patients with HIV infection is much greater than the efficiency in patients without HIV. The lecture examines the causes of this situation, offers solutions to the problems of organizing screening, diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis in patients with HIV infection.

Speaker biography:

Aleksandr Panteleev, phthisiatrist, Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor of the Department of Socially Important Infections and phthisiopulmonology of the Pavlov First State Medical University of St. Petersburg.
In 1998, he graduated from the Pavlov First St. Petersburg State Medical University. He did his internship in phthisiology in 2005 and he defended his PhD dissertation on the problem of tuberculosis and HIV infection in 2012.

Since 2000, he has been the head of one of the first Russian departments for the treatment of tuberculosis in patients with HIV infection in 2nd TB hospital of St. Petersburg. Author of more than 100 scientific articles on tuberculosis and HIV infection.


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