Archive for the ‘HIV AIDS’ Category

Managing TB-HIV co-infection

Posted by: admin on: April 27, 2012

HIV and concomitant TB infection is a national threat which urgently needs to be sorted out and lot of research has been going on in this field. Team@CMHF

Leading AIDS experts at Johns Hopkins and other institutions around the world have issued new guidelines to promote entry into and retention in HIV care, as well as adherence to HIV treatment, drawn from the results of 325 studies conducted with tens of thousands of people infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS -Team@CMHF […]


WHO’s Guidlines on HIV related Cryptococcus disease:

Posted by: admin on: February 8, 2012

Cryptococcal infection  causing  deaths in HIV infected cohorts is a major concern in resource limited settings. Team@CMHF

Mixing HIV, Seizure Drugs leads to drug interactions.

Posted by: admin on: January 24, 2012

Neuropathies in HIV patients may warrant inclusion of anti-epileptics. Taking care  of drug interactions is noteworthy, confirms a study. Team@CMHF

HIV and the risk of non-communicable diseases

Posted by: admin on: January 18, 2012

  Antiretroviral drugs have significantly improved the life expectancy of people living with HIV, but it has been seen that the virus – and often the ARVs themselves – can make people more susceptible to non-communicable diseases than the rest of the population. -Team@CMHF

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