Based on the same award-winning content as the Johns Hopkins POC-IT Center online database, The Johns Hopkins HIV Guide 2012 is the most up-to-date HIV treatment and management resource on the market. Written by Dr. Joel E. Gallant, world renowned expert in the field of HIV and infectious disease, this concise and well-organized medical reference is broken down into several modules, including: Diagnosis and Evaluation, Treatment Options, Resistance and Complications, Prophylaxis and Antiretroviral Drug Summaries. Johns Hopkins HIV Guide 2012 contains the most current, relevant and evidence-based information on HIV and AIDS. Selected topics include: ac Antiretroviral Therapy Adverse Effects ac HIV Antibody Testing ac Important Genotype-Resistant Patterns ac Musculoskeletal and Neurologic Complications ac HIV Infection and Pregnancy ac Drug Resistance Mutations in HIV ac and more!IRIS after initiation of ART can include worsening meningitis with elevated ICP, lymphadenitis, sterile abscess, or cavitation ... 2009 OI guidelines suggest delaying initiation at least until completion of induction of therapy, especially with elevated ICP. ... Sloan D, Dlamini S, Paul N, Dedicoat M. Treatment of acute cryptococcal meningitis in HIV infected adults, with an emphasis on resource- limited settings.
|Title||:||Johns Hopkins HIV Guide 2012|
|Author||:||Joel E. Gallant|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2012-03-09|