Sanford Guide to HIV/AIDS Therapy 2017 | Paperback
by Michael S., M.D. Saag (Editor), Andrew T., M.D. Pavia (Editor), Henry F., M.D. Chambers (Editor), George M., M.D. Eliopoulos (Editor), David N., M.D. Gilbert (Editor)
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July 18, 2017
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Product Description The Sanford Guide to HIV/AIDS Therapy 2017 (25th edition) 4.375 x 6.5 inches (Pocket Edition) The 25th edition of our Guide to HIV/AIDS Therapy provides practical clinical guidance for the treatment of HIV and AIDS, based on the latest available evidence. Popular with physicians, pharmacists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other clinicians, the Sanford Guide to HIV/AIDS Therapy provides information that is convenient, concise, and reliable. This latest edition includes numerous updates, including the latest fixed dose combination and more convenient once-daily formulations of ARV drugs. The Pediatric section (Table 8) has been updated extensively and includes an updated listing of liquid formulations of ARV drugs. The sections on HIV diagnostics (Table 3), differential diagnosis of HIV/AIDS-related clinical syndromes and opportunistic infections (OIs), immune reconstitution and treatment of specific OIs (Tables 11 and 12) continue to be refined and updated to better reflect what is encountered in persons with HIV and AIDS today. Coverage includes: - Risk assessment and recommendations for HIV testing - Initial evaluation of HIV-infected adults - Diagnostic tests - Antiretroviral resistance testing - Antiretroviral therapy in adults - Antiretroviral drugs - dosing - adverse effects - overlapping toxicity - Pharmacologic features - Renal impairment dose adjustments - Drug-drug interactions - Drugs used for HIV/AIDS-related infections - Drug generic and trade names - Considerations for HIV-HCV co-infection - Opportunistic infections - HIV exposure management - Immunizations and travel - HIV/AIDS in women, newborns, and children
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