4th Asia Pacific AIDS & Co-infections Conference (APACC) 2019 held on June 27-29, 2019 at Hong Kong, China

  1. Mahanontharit A, Buakor C, Impornsin T, Eiamyoung P, Wongsabut J, Avihingsanon A, Lamoury FMJ, Applegate TL, Grebely J and Ubolyam S. Xpert HCV viral load assay utilizing plasma and finger stick whole blood can be used as a point of care testing in Thailand. Poster # 58
  2. Teeraananchai S, Law M, Boettiger D, Mata NDL, Gupte N, Chan Y, Bui HT, Chaiwarith R, Ly PS, Chan Y, Kiertiburanakul S, Khusuwan S, Zhang F, Yunihastuti E, Kumarasamy N, Pujari S, Kamarulzaman A, Merati TP, Tanuma J, Ditangco R, Choi JY, Ng OT, Do CD, Sim BLH, Ross J, Jiamsakul A on behalf of the TREAT Asia HIV Observational Database of IeDEA Asia-Pacific. Virological failure and treatment switch after ART initiation among patients with and without routine viral load monitoring in Asia. Poster #61
  3. Teeraananchai S, Kerr SJ, Ruxrungtham K, Puthanakit,T. Rapid antiretroviral initiation among Thai HIV-infected youth through the National AIDS program in the era of treatment at any CD4. Poster #9 (oral presentation)
  4. Kingkaew W, Songtaweesin WN, Anugulruengkitt S, Jantarabenjakul W, Phonphithak S, Kasipong N, Thammasala S, Onaree J, Sophonphan J , Avihingsanon A, Puthanakit Tand on behalf of the HIV-NAT study team. A Descriptive Analysis of Risk-taking Behaviors among HIV Infected Thai Youth at HIV-NAT, the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre.
  5. Han WM, Apornpong T, Phonphithak S, Gatechompol S, Kerr SJ, Sangarlangkarn A, Siwamogsatham S, Chattranukulchai P, Ruxrungtham K, Avihingsanon A and HIV-NAT 207/HIV-NAT006 study team. Higher proportion of abnormal nutritional status among HIV-infected Asian elderly with chronic virological suppression compared to HIV-negative individuals. Poster # 50
  6. Han WM, Apornpong T, Phonphithak S, Gatechompol S, Kerr SJ, Siwamogsatham S, Chattranukulchai P, Ruxrungtham K, Avihingsanon A. Fat percentage is associated with inflammatory biomarker among chronic virologically suppressed Asian elderly living with HIV. Poster # 56
  7. Gatechompol S, Teeratakulpisarn N, Wittawatmongkol O, Teeraananchai S, Kerr SJ, Chalermchockcharoenkit A, Thamkhantho M, Singtoroj T, Phanuphak N, Sohn AH, Chokephaibulkit K, on behalf of the HPV in Adolescents Study. Incidence, persistence and factors associated with high-risk human papillomavirus Infection among male adolescents with perinatally acquired HIV infection in Thailand. (poster #17 and oral presentation)