Nursing Care of the Person With AIDS/Arc
Aspen Publishers, 1988 - Business & Economics - 386 pages
A unique volume designed to help you become more effective as a nurse of individual patients, a staff leader, and a comprehensive care provider for AIDS/ARC patients. Authoritative commentary, case studies, charts, and more will take you step by step through the medical indications and common treatments of AIDS/ARC.
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Chapter 2The Gay and Bisexual Male
Chapter 3Ethnic Minorities and AIDS
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