Outpatient Management of HIV Infection pocketEngelsk, 2001


The landscape of HIV/AIDS has shifted dramatically in the past few years because of the development of new drugs and complex treatment strategies. This book places emphasis on the practical aspects of care of adult patients at all stages of HIV infection, with up-to-date treatment and diagnosis guidelines. Included are sample cases, questions asked by patients, guidance on setting up systems of care and detailed discussions of clinical issues. It provides an update on new anti-retroviral agents and treatment strategies and provides an insight into the future of HIV care. It also examines issues confronting women and families with HIV infection. Masci; Joseph R. Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, New York, USA,