This comprehensive text focuses on psychiatric issues associated with HIV/AIDS and provides clinicians with a basic understanding of epidemiology, virology, transmission, and medical treatments inclusive of occupational exposures. Psychosocial, spiritual, and sociocultural aspects of HIV/AIDS are covered, describing implications of HIV/AIDS across minority groups. The treatment section allows clinicians to organize an effective psychiatric treatment plan for all mental disorders associated with HIV/AIDS. Issues of adherence, prevention, and public well-being are emphasized throughout. The management of medical problems such as delirium, dementia, and pain management in special HIV/AIDS patients with co-morbid substance abuse as well as end of life care is also included.The most common viral infections include HSV-2, HPV, CMV, HBV, and HCV. With the exception of HBV, none of these ... CMV is a member of the herpesvirus family and can remain dormant for long periods. CMV is transmitted via body fluidsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Psychiatric Aspects of HIV/AIDS|
|Author||:||Francisco Fernandez, Pedro Ruiz|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2006|