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The rapidly changing pattern of the human immunodefficiency virus (HIV) pandemic, and the resulting impact on the prevention and treatment of AIDS has made it difficult for physiscians to keep abreast of the optimal management strategies in the field. This book summarizes the wide range of clinically relevant information on HIV-infected adults into a concise reference that is up-to-date, accessible, and pragmatic. It deals with the key issues and commonly occurring
problems in HIV research, and includes material on the symptom-based approach to treatment. Several chapters discuss topics not typically covered in similar books on the subject, such as HIV testing, the initial evaluation, future anti-HIV therapies, alternative therapies, and nutrition. The format is
specifically designed for the busy practitioner's convenience, with subheadings clearly outlining the principal elements of each chapter, and treatment regimens placed in boxes. The diagnostic and treatment guidelines are easy to follow and even where a consensus on treatment is lacking, the authors have made recommendations based on the existing data. The handbook is intended to serve the information needs of physicians, nurses, and other health care providers, as well as interested general
David H. Spach, M.D., is Director, AIDS Medical Education, and Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Thomas M. Hooton, M.D., is Medical Director at the Madison HIV/AIDS Clinic, Harborview Medical Center, and Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
Release date Australia
August 1st, 1996
Edited by David H. Spach
Edited by Thomas M. Hooton
Country of Publication
Oxford University Press Inc
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