Kayigan Wilson d’Almeida, and colleagues from the emergency department HIV screening group in France led an interventional study in 29 emergency departments from May 2009 to September 2010 , which lasted for six consecutive weeks, were randomized. During this time, the participating emergency departments, 18 – to 64 – year-old patient to to consent for HIV tests available that were a fingertip whole blood HIV RT offered major result was the number of patients for HIV and their characteristics vs those tested the. Metropolitan metropolitan Paris population and the proportion of newly diagnosed HIV-positive patients tested under which and their characteristics vs those from the national HIV surveillance .
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