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Fundamentals of HIV Medicine: (CME edition) | Paperback

by American Academy of HIV Medicine (Compiler), W. David Hardy (Compiler)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Oxford University Press
Edition:  1st Edition
Page Count:  616 Pages
Publication Date:  April 18, 2017
Sales Rank:  327616th



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Completely updated for 2017, Fundamentals of HIV Medicine is a comprehensive clinical care publication for the treatment of HIV/AIDS. Published by the American Academy of HIV Medicine, the book offers physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, and other care providers the most up-to-date overview of the latest HIV treatments and guidelines plus online access to CME. The online access expires August 2018. Embodying the AAHIVM's commitment to promoting uniform excellence in care of seropositive patients, Fundamentals of HIV Medicine 2017 empowers health professionals to deliver standardized, life-sustaining treatment to the patients who need it most. It will serve as an essential clinical reference and provide valuable career enrichment to users across the spectrum of HIV care, treatment, and prevention.

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