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Nutrition: A Co-factor in HIV Infection/AIDS Progression

Nutrition: A Co-factor in HIV Infection/AIDS Progression

Nutrition: A Co-factor in HIV Infection/AIDS Progression. Phara Jourdan Rosabelle Campos March 28, 2005. Outline. Trends & Prevalence Overview of HIV Infection/AIDS Application of HAART AIDS Wasting Syndrome HIV-Associated Lipodystrophy Nutritional Interventions Case Study Summary

By sandra_john
(257 views)

Starting ART in the setting of Opportunistic Infections in children

Starting ART in the setting of Opportunistic Infections in children

Starting ART in the setting of Opportunistic Infections in children. HAIVN Harvard Medical School AIDS Initiative in Vietnam. Learning Objectives. At the end of this presentation, each trainee should be able to: Cite 3 opportunistic infections where ART is part of the treatment

By Lucy
(199 views)

HIV In Mothers and Children

HIV In Mothers and Children

HIV In Mothers and Children. What Is HIV/AIDS?. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). HIV attacks and destroys white blood cells, causing a defect in the body’s immune system. What Is HIV/AIDS?.

By Olivia
(308 views)

Normal Flora

Normal Flora

Normal Flora. Ali M Somily MD,FRCP,D(ABMM),FCCM Assist Professor & Consultant microbiologist. A)What is Normal Flora ?. These are mixture of microorganisms regularly found at any anatomical site on /within the body of a healthy person.

By libitha
(1257 views)

Introduction to Mycology

Introduction to Mycology

Introduction to Mycology. Introduction to Mycology. Mycology is the study of fungi – Yeast Mold. Mycology. Yeasts and molds have different structural and reproductive characteristics Yeast are unicellular, nucleated rounded fungi while molds are multicellular, filamentous fungi

By Patman
(475 views)

The Immune System

The Immune System

The Immune System. Immune System Diseases. Non-Specific Immunity. A wide variety of factors that provide non-selective opposition to the invasion of the body by foreign protein-based substances “Antigens”. Examples of Non-Specific Immunity. Inflammation Mechanical Barrier , ie skin

By forever
(183 views)

Waldenström ’ s macroglobulinemia: Genetic Basis and Therapy.

Waldenström ’ s macroglobulinemia: Genetic Basis and Therapy.

Waldenström ’ s macroglobulinemia: Genetic Basis and Therapy. Steve Treon MD, MA, PhD Dana Farber Cancer Institute Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Waldenström ’ s Macroglobulinemia – first described by Jan Gosta Waldenström in 1944.

By vartan
(149 views)

Introduction to Microbiology

Introduction to Microbiology

Introduction to Microbiology. Anas Abu - Humaidan M.D. Ph.D. Lecture 31. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). HIV is a retrovirus, and a lentivirus.

By gaerwn
(431 views)

Story of a Doctor

Story of a Doctor

Story of a Doctor. HIV/AIDS. Dr. Pracheth R. Assistant Professor-Community Medicine. Outline. Problem statement Epidemiology Clinical features Drugs Treatment Prevention and Control. Problem statement-World. Emerging disease: early 1980s 34.2 million PLHVA Resurgence of TB

By basil
(5 views)

Group 9 Mouna Hammoud, Tamelia Malcolm, Terrie Robinson, Navrine Tahal Chapter 30 Lesson 2 10th Grade

Group 9 Mouna Hammoud, Tamelia Malcolm, Terrie Robinson, Navrine Tahal Chapter 30 Lesson 2 10th Grade

Group 9 Mouna Hammoud, Tamelia Malcolm, Terrie Robinson, Navrine Tahal Chapter 30 Lesson 2 10th Grade. Treatment of HIV-Related Illnesses and AIDS. Is HIV and AIDS the same thing?. HIV. “Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome” A specific type of virus (a retrovirus)

By garth
(145 views)

Medical Mycology Systemic Mycoses

Medical Mycology Systemic Mycoses

Medical Mycology Systemic Mycoses. Hugh B. Fackrell Filename; fungi_system.ppt. Fungal Infections. Opportunistic Infections Superficial fungal infections Cutaneous Mycoses Subcutaneous Mycoses Systemic Mycoses. Systemic or Deep Mycoses. Histoplasmosis Coccidiomycosis Blastomycosis

By jinelle
(245 views)

Out of sight out of mind: Brain Impairment and HIV

Out of sight out of mind: Brain Impairment and HIV

Out of sight out of mind: Brain Impairment and HIV. Victor Valcour MD Associate Professor Memory and Aging Center University of California – San Francisco/ USA. Brain Impairment and HIV. Cognitive impairment remain frequent despite HAART Causes of brain:

By nixie
(177 views)

DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE? DO YOU KNOW IF YOU ARE AT RISK?

DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE? DO YOU KNOW IF YOU ARE AT RISK?

HIV AND AIDS. DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE? DO YOU KNOW IF YOU ARE AT RISK?. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?. HIV = H uman I mmunodeficiency V irus AIDS = A cquired I mmune D eficiency S yndrome HIV cripples a person’s immune system – by attacking the helper T cells

By terra
(107 views)

Medical care of PLWA

Medical care of PLWA

Medical care of PLWA. Medical care is only one aspect of care Medical care must be linked to and supported by other forms of care ARVs are only one aspect of medical care Other forms of treatment can also prolong & improve quality of life. General aims of medical care. Curative Preventive

By dobry
(132 views)

Introduction to HIV New Prevention Technologies (NPTs)

Introduction to HIV New Prevention Technologies (NPTs)

Introduction to HIV New Prevention Technologies (NPTs). Core Competencies for Public Health. Public Health Sciences Assessment and Analysis Policy and Program Planning, Implementation and Evaluation Partnerships, Collaboration and Advocacy Diversity and Inclusiveness Communication

By jamese
(84 views)

HIV NEPHROPATHY

HIV NEPHROPATHY

HIV NEPHROPATHY. Done By Ghada Ankawi Medical Resident, KAAUH. Causes . HIV-related. Secondary to infections. Secondary to nephrotoxic medications. (HAART, opportunistic infections treatment). HIV Related. Focal segmental sclerosis -Most common (80%).

By byrd
(142 views)

Sexually Transmitted Infections

Sexually Transmitted Infections

Sexually Transmitted Infections. Review and Today’s Plan. No gonorrhea notes Finish fill in the blank notes 35 min Video and notes – turn in to me today Assignment #9 scenarios Teen Pregnancy – your own thoughts Assignment #10 Letter to a friend Due at the end of the period. Basic Facts.

By mary
(88 views)

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). CLS 212: Medical Microbiology. What are STD’s?. STD’s are infections that are spread from person to person through intimate sexual contact. They are also called: sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) or venereal disease (VD).

By abner
(150 views)

WHAT IS Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI)?

WHAT IS Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI)?

TITLE: BEST PRACTICES OF PEER EDUCATION AROUND THE WORLD; A CASE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES INSTITUTE (IDI)-UGANDA. WHAT IS Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI)?

By kiora
(121 views)

Respiratory Fungal Infections

Respiratory Fungal Infections

Respiratory Fungal Infections. Dr. Ahmed Al- Barrag Asst. Professor of Medical Mycology School of Medicine and the University Hospitals King Saud University. Respiratory fungal infections. Respiratory System Rout of infection? Oral Cavity, any role?

By jaegar
(251 views)

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