A reference for physicians, nurses, and allied health providers, offering a detailed overview of treatment and prevention issues in a reader-friendly layout. Contains sections on epidemiology and transmission, counseling and testing, laboratory diagnosis and evaluation, clinical aspects, women and HIV, pediatric AIDS, adolescents and HIV, precautions for health care workers, risk reduction, and self-care for persons with HIV. Includes contacts for international resources, hotlines, national, state, and local organizations, newsletters and publications, and patient resources. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORKeep cooked foods for a maximum of 3 days in the refrigerator and 30 days in the freezer (if the freezer is separate), otherwise for a maximum of 2 weeks. ... Do not refreeze food that has been defrosted or partially thawed. ... Eating Precautions ac Dona#39;t eat raw meat, chicken, shell fish, or eggsaquot; (e.g., steak tartar, uncooked oysters or clams, homemade ... Cook foods as soon as possible after thawing.
|Title||:||AIDS/HIV Reference Guide for Medical Professionals|
|Author||:||John L. Fahey, Diana Shin Flemmig|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 1997|