"SILVAMP TB LAM" rapid urine tuberculosis test predicts mortality in patients hospitalized with human immunodeficiency virus in South Africa

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Abstract

Reducing diagnostic delay is key towards decreasing tuberculosis-associated deaths in people living with HIV. In tuberculosis patients with retrospective urine testing, the point-of-care Fujifilm SILVAMP TB LAM (FujiLAM) could have rapidly diagnosed tuberculosis in up to 89% who died. In FujiLAM negative patients, the probability of 12-week survival was 86-97%.

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Volume 71
Issue number 8
Pages 1973-1976
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