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Enfermería Global

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RODRIGUES, Bianca Gonçalves et al. Infection by Human Papillomavirus (HPV) in women bearers of HIV/AIDS. Enferm. glob. [online]. 2016, vol.15, n.44, pp.1-12. ISSN 1695-6141.

Objective: Verify the predominance of HPV in women bearers of HIV/AIDS, and know the social demographic, clinic and behavior characteristics of this population. Methods: Documental, exploratory, descriptive and quantitative study that included the promptuary of 32 women with HIV/AIDS in the CERDI system and that were submitted to the Papanicolaou test during the period of study. Results: HPV lesions were found in (15.6%) of the women, having the classification of LSIL low grade (60%) of these. Age varied between 18 to 39 (62.5%), married or in common-law marriage (75.1%) and the majority hasn't finished middle school (37.5%). Regarding to family income, 46.9% informed income same or lower to the minimum wage. They started their sexual activity with age lower than 17 (62.5%), had less than four sexual partners in their life (56.3%) and only one partner during the last year (96.9%). No women referred to the regular use of condoms before the diagnosis of HIV, after the diagnosis, 62.5% started to use in all their sexual relations. Sexual diseases prior history were reported by (40.6%), probable way of virus transmission were by sexual means (93.8%) and the diagnosis of infection was done over five years for the majority (56.3%). Most of them also make use of TARV (65.6%) and presented a CD4 cell count same or over 500 cells/ml (59.4%) in the last test. Conclusions: There were prevalence of HPV in 15.6%, similar to other studies. The need of a periodic Papanicolaou test to detect early alterations is highlighted to avoid cervical cancer.

Palabras clave : Papillomavirus infections; HIV infections; women; Vaginal platinum loop for smears.

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