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    HIV Management in Australasia (2009)

    HIV |
    Monograph |
    GPs; Nurses; Specialists; Prescribers; Research; Students Trainees |
    People Living With BBV |
    National |

    It covers the basic virology, immunology and natural history of HIV, discusses therapeutics and monitoring and outlines many clinical manifestations of the virus. It can be used both as a reference resource in clinical practice and a teaching tool for participants and educators.​

    Individual chapters are available to download below:

    Basic Virology, Immunology and Natural History

    Chapter 1 - Basic HIV virology

    Chapter 2 - HIV immunopathology

    Chapter 3 - Natural History of HIV infection

    Chapter 4 - Diagnostics

    Therapeutics and monitoring

    Chapter 5 - Antiretroviral therapy

    Chapter 6 - New HIV diagnosis

    Chapter 7 - Initiation of antiretroviral therapy in the naive patient

    Chapter 8 - Managing the patient on antiretroviral therapy

    Chapter 9 - Approaches to the management of antiretroviral therapy toxicity

    Chapter 10 - Strategies to improve treatment outcome

    Chapter 11 - Post-exposure prophylaxis

    Clinical manifestations of HIV disease

    Chapter 12 - Clinical manifestations and the natural history of HIV

    Chapter 13 - Key opportunistic infections

    Chapter 14 - Respiratory manifestations

    Chapter 15 - Gastrointestinal manifestations

    Chapter 16 - Dermatological manifestations

    Chapter 17 - Oncological conditions

    Chapter 18 - Neurological conditions

    Chapter 19 - Systemic symptoms and systemic infections

    Chapter 20 - Other diseases or disorders

    Chapter 21 - Co-infection

    Chapter 22 - Immune restoration diseases

     

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