Super and Co-Infections

Co-infections or super-infections with a non-hepatitis virus are also possible, and for HIV population, it is quite common due to the similarities of the infection route. (About 40% of patients with HIV are co-infected with HCV.) For these conditions, the clinical symptoms and disease courses are usually more complex and serious than a single viral infection case. Although super or co-infections can make the disease more severe and its progression faster, there is also the possibility that one of the agents, such as HCV, could help promote the clearings of the other virus, such as HBV, from the body. HCV could also take over the position of HBV and become the major virus to cause persistent chronic infection.

  • HIV-1 super-infection/inter/intra subtype co-infection
  • HIV-2
  • Viral hepatitis
  • Mycobacteria and tuberculosis
  • Other pathogens

Related Conference of Super and Co-Infections

October 21-22, 2021

International Conference on Tropical Diseases and Cure

Zurich, Switzerland
December 14-14, 2021

11th European Epidemiology and Public Health Congress

Paris, France
February 07-08, 2022

9th International Congress on Infectious Diseases

Aberdeen, UK
April 25-26, 2022

4th World Congress on Advancements in Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases

Singapore City, Singapore

Super and Co-Infections Conference Speakers

Recommended Sessions

Related Journals

Are you interested in