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Dental Management of the Patient With HIV/AIDS; Current Concepts: 2002. Introduction Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic AIDS Education and Training Center. Dental Management of the Patient With HIV/AIDS; Current Concepts: 2002.
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Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic AIDS Education and Training Center
This is a broad based update of the current concepts regarding HIV disease to be utilized by dental and other health care providers to train clinicians in the management of HIV/AIDS in a convenient CD format. This training program was made possible form a grant from the Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic AIDS Education and Training Center, HIV/AIDS Bureau, HRSA, DHHS
Dental Management of the Patient With HIV/AIDS;Current Concepts: 2002
Complicated clinical treatment requires intensive training geared to the specific content, the provider’s base knowledge, and the clinical setting. The Pennsylvania/MidAtlantic AETC has been in the forefront of training primary care providers on assessment, treatment, prevention, and specialty care for persons with HIV disease and those at risk. Our program has placed emphasis on reaching dentists and other dental practitioners who are in the forefront of providing dental treatment to these individuals. Dental health professionals, as members of the HIV treatment team are critical in assessment and ongoing oral health care. Dental health for HIV patients contributes to their well being and improves their quality of life. This is the rationale for our outreach to dental health professionals and the reason for the development of this document. We hope that, ”Dental Management of Patients with HIV/AIDS: Concepts 2002" will prove useful to dental health professionals as they move forward with improving both the quality of and access to dental care for those with HIV disease.
Linda Frank, PhD, MSN
Louis G. DePaola, DDS, MS
These slides were developed using the most recent treatment guideline information at the time of production. However, in the rapidly changing field of HIV care this information could become out of date quickly. The user is encouraged to compare the date of this slide set with the date of the most recent guidelines. Also, it is intended that these slides be used, as prepared, without changes in either content or attribution. Users are asked to honor this intent.
PAMAAETC/AETC National Resource Center
Module 1: Medical Evaluation of the HIV Dental Patient
Module 2: Opportunistic Infection in HIV Disease 1-3
Module 3: Antiretroviral Therapy 1-5
Module 4: HIV Infection in Women
Module 5: Pediatric HIV and AIDS; Oral Health Considerations
Module 6: Oropharyngeal Candidiasis
Module 7: Bacterial & Viral Infection in the Oral Cavity
Module 8: Periodontal Management of the HIV/AIDS Patient
Module 9: Nutrition, HIV/AIDS and Oral Health
Module 10: Tuberculosis: Guidelines for Oral Health Professionals
Module 11: Health Care Worker Issues
Module 12: Dental Health Care Worker Issues
Module 13: Legal Implications of Treating HIV-Positive Patients
Module 14: Infection Control in the Dental Office, Part 1 and 2
Module 15: Infection Control Guidelines
Module 16: Infection Control, In Practice