HIV/AIDS in the Post-HAART Era: Manifestations, Treatment, and Epidemiology
A landmark book about the single most important disease of the last 30 years, this will be a reference and text of current methods of diagnosis and therapy for all aspects and clinical manifestations of AIDS.
The science of the virus and its effects and the clinical approaches to its treatment and transmission prevention are placed in the context of the history and epidemiology of the HIV-AIDS pandemic. Each organ system of the body is explored as to manifestations of the disease, treatment now and in the future, as well as what the disease has taught us about the immune response.
No other text provides the historical and epidemiological context of this disease along with an update of diagnosis and treatment. The underlying science and epidemiology of AIDS are not neglected, so the student or clinician who is treating patients with AIDS can gain a full understanding of HIV/AIDS in individual patients and in their communities.
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A Personal History of the Discovery of
Gastrointestinal Manifestations of HIVAIDS
Cardiovascular Manifestations of HIVAIDS
Pulmonary Manifestations of HIVAIDS
Meeting the Unique Needs of HIVPositive Women
Commercial Sex and the HIVAIDS Epidemic
African Americans and HIV Epidemiology Context
HIVAIDS in HispanicLatino Communities
HIVAIDS in Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender
AIDS and Aging A Living Experience
AIDS AND SOCIETY
HIV1 and the Nervous System Past Present and Future
Metabolic Consequences of HIVAIDS
An Overview of Psychiatry in AIDS Care
The Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome
Treatment of Viral Infections
Treatment of Bacterial Infections
Management of Opportunistic Fungal Infections
HIVAIDS and TB Coinfection A Political Call to Action
AIDSAssociated Malignancies and Their Treatment
AIDS AND SPECIFIC POPULATIONS
AIDS IN SPECIFIC GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS
AIDS in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
AIDS in Latin America and the Caribbean
Development of Antiviral Therapeurtics for HIV1 Infection
An HIV Vaccine Is It Possible? Are We Getting Closer?
The Next Pandemic Preparedness Prediction