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TitleHIV nursing and symptom management
Author edited by Mary Ropka, Ann Williams
Imprint Boston : Jones and Bartlett Pub., 1998
Descript xxvi,806 p.; 21 cm


Unit I: Hiv infection overview--The pathogenesis of hiv infection--Hiv epidemiology & hiv diagnostic testing--Pharmacological issues in hiv treatment--Opportunistic infections--Pharmacologicl treatment of opportunistic infections--Opportunistic malignancies--Treatment of opportunistic malignancies:chemotherapy--Treatment of opportunistic malignancies:radiation therapy--Unit II: Hiv common clinical problems--Neurological manifestations--Nutrition-related changes--Fecal incontinence--Respiratory changes--Hematologic abnormalities--Skin problems--Psychosocial responses--Fatigue--Sleep alterations--Visual changes--Pain --Night sweats,fever,chills,and shivering--Unit III: Hiv special treatment considerations--Compliance:challenges and strategies--Models of care:continuity across settings--Ethical issues for the clinician--Legal issues for the clinician--Unit IV: Hiv special or vulnerable populations--Women--Infants,children,and adolescents--Substance abusers--Culturally diverse hiv populations:hispanic--Culturally diverse hiv populations:african-american--

AIDS-related opportunistic infections -- nursing Acquired immumodeficiency syndrom -- nursing HIV infections -- nursing

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