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A Comparative Study Between Two Systems with and Without Awareness in Controlling HIV/AIDS

Shubhankar Saha, Priti Kumar Roy
2017 International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science  
In this article, we study a nonlinear mathematical model for the transmission dynamics of HIV/AIDS system receiving drug treatment along with effective awareness programs through media.  ...  Here, we consider two different circumstances: when treatment is only effective and when both treatment and awareness are included.  ...  The research presented here was funded by the Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) Program, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.  ... 
doi:10.1515/amcs-2017-0024 fatcat:j2buobwf6vdojif7tiiv7uvr6q

HIV/AIDS: Vertical Transmission [chapter]

Enrique Valdes
2013 Current Perspectives in HIV Infection  
Pre and post-conceptional counseling is understood as a "confidential dialogue between a questioner and a counselor aiming at empowering women to face stress, decision making regarding HIV/AIDS during  ...  To summarize, HIV VT in the region is responsible for a low percentage of people reported with HIV/AIDS, but is accountable for most of the children affected by the infection in the Southern Cone.  ... 
doi:10.5772/53204 fatcat:36lymgno55ajpdca72hldm4nwi

Community involvement in HIV/AIDS prevention

C. Okonkwoh
2010 International Journal of Infectious Diseases  
Methods: We made a retrospective study of the cases of alimentary toxiinfections in Bihor county between the years 2005 and 2009, emphasizing the epidemiological process.  ...  Results: In the past 5 years in Bihor county (610,000 inhabitants), there were reported 601 cases (9.85%000 inhabitants) of AT, 442 sporadic cases, and 29 foci with 159 cases.  ...  This study describes the frequency of isolated anti-HBc and its possible value for detection of HBV-DNA in HIV infected patients with or without HCV co-infection.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijid.2010.02.1638 fatcat:pbpxkqkjlnhotlqy3l2ujrz2a4

Vestibular involvement in adults with HIV/AIDS

Barbara M. Heinze, Bart M. Vinck, Louis M. Hofmeyr, De Wet Swanepoel
2014 Auris, nasus, larynx  
This study, aimed to describe and compare the occurrence and nature of vestibular involvement among a group of, adults infected with HIV compared to a control group.  ...  Methods A cross-sectional study was conducted on 53 adults (29 male, 24 female, aged 23-49 years, mean = 38.5, SD = 4.4) infected with HIV, compared to a control group of 38 HIV negative adults (18, male  ...  The current study aimed (i) to describe the occurrence and nature of vestibular involvement among a group of adults infected with HIV, compared to a control group without HIV by including cVEMPs in the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.anl.2013.08.003 pmid:24145102 fatcat:inbfsmtti5birhp7rpjsinvm5i

Awareness of HIV/AIDS Among Pregnant Women

SILVIA DORON, MARIA LOURDES LAÑADA, JEANETTE LADAGA, EDUVEGIS MALABOTE, HIDELIZA REJAS
2018 ACADEME University of Bohol Graduate School and Professional Studies  
One respondent between ages 26-30 was moderately aware, two respondents who were 20 years old were slightly aware of HIV/AIDS and one respondent between 21-25 years of age was unaware of HIV/AIDS.  ...  Only one respondent aged between 26-30 was moderately aware, and two 20-year-old respondents were slightly aware, and only one respondent aged between 21-25 was unaware of HIV/AIDS.  ... 
doi:10.15631/aubgsps.v13i0.119 fatcat:dln2hgdnnfefne7nd74qc7q7y4

Cuba's national HIV/AIDS program

Conner Gorry
2011 MEDICC Review  
The National HIV/AIDS Program Today Cuba's universal public health system and a coordinated national strategy spanning prevention, detection, treatment and supportive care, help facilitate disease control  ...  The challenge: raising awareness of risk Cuban HIV/AIDS experts believe success in HIV prevention and the oft-repeated statistic that Cuba has the lowest prevalence rate in the re-gion (a real achievement-the  ... 
pmid:21654584 fatcat:njdbfwsdmzcznjmq4psmx3fevu

HIV/AIDS testing and counselling

A. C. CRAMPIN, H. DAMISONI
2001 Leprosy Review  
between the results of the two individuaIs.  ...  There are, however, guidelines that can be followed, usually available from National AIDS control prograrnrnes or other organizations involved in HIV/ AIDS within a country.  ... 
doi:10.5935/0305-7518.20010042 fatcat:txikk7cqzzbehnnvs7uyjtbcyi

Comparative Study of Transmission and Control of HIV/AIDS in Pakistan

Syed Rizwan Ul Haq Tirmizi, Syed Talha Tirmizi, Nasiruddin Khan, Syeda Amara Tirmizi
2020 Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science  
Method: In our study, we shall emphasize on comparative study which coordinates the field of health awareness activities on the basis of educational and informational campaigns.  ...  Result: For this purpose we generate a mathematical model having two susceptible classes depending on changes in behavior with educational activities.  ...  In this study we are going to generate a mathematical model having two susceptible classes depending on changes in behavior with educational activities.  ... 
doi:10.3329/bjms.v19i3.45868 fatcat:nl2e64eldzgsxlm6ra6r2qtmvu

Effect of HIV/AIDS on the control environment

Philna Coetzee
2006 Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health  
Conclusion: Management should be aware that HIV/AIDS poses a possible risk to organizations.  ...  Objective: The management of organizations is responsible for risk management and control systems.  ...  differences in hours worked by HIV/AIDS-infected and non-infected patients. 25 The study concluded that there was no difference between the hours worked by patients without HIV/AIDS and those that were  ... 
doi:10.1177/1466424006066286 pmid:16875059 fatcat:txdmnpqutjcrplmfydpkwf3bai

The Economics of HIV/AIDS [chapter]

2008 Global Lessons from the AIDS Pandemic  
Kalemli-Ozcan notes the following: "The empirical estimates predict that parents in a country with a high level of HIV/AIDS prevalence, such as Congo, have two more children compared to a country with  ...  Bloom and Mahal also compared the current and forthcoming impact of HIV/AIDS with that of the Black Death in the 1300s.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-78392-3_4 fatcat:atjqtg4ieraejjgcdqhug7yfuu

Risk Factors for Mortality among HIV/AIDS Patients

Zaki Mita Kusumaadhi, Nur Farhanah, Muchlis Achsan Udji Sofro
2021 Diponegoro International Medical Journal  
Kariadi General Hospital from January 2015 to December 2017.Results: Study subject: Two hundred and ten HIV/AIDS patients, were included; 105 (56.75%) as cases and 105 (9.65%) control patients.  ...  This study analyzed the risk factors for mortality among HIV/AIDS patients.Methods: Case control study, data from medical records of inpatients and outpatients in Dr.  ...  Ethical Approval Ethical clearance has been approval by Health Research Ethics Committee Faculty of Medicine Diponegoro University and Dr Kariadi General Hospital.  ... 
doi:10.14710/dimj.v2i1.9667 fatcat:b7yzwi5m5vbolkcyvab4qjq6s4

Prophylactic contraceptives for HIV/AIDS

F. Uckun
1999 Human Reproduction Update  
contraceptive: one that is both a spermicide and a microbicide.  ...  Topical microbicidal spermicides would ideally provide a female-controlled method of self-protection against HIV as well as preventing pregnancy.  ...  Acknowledgements These studies were supported in part by Grant HD 37357 from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.  ... 
doi:10.1093/humupd/5.5.506 pmid:10582788 fatcat:nuum22bdrrdbnniiv5cdz2xide

Onychomycosis in Patients Living with HIV/AIDS

Gabriela Moreno-Coutiño
2019 Current Fungal Infection Reports  
Purpose of Review As both onychomycosis and HIV/AIDS are frequently encountered, we aimed to make a review of the existent information to this moment, including classification, evaluation and treatment  ...  Also, we must be watchful for the modifications that may develop in this pathology with the newer antirretrovirals which are in constant evolution and could modify the patients' response to dermatophytosis  ...  A journal published an article of onychomycosis in patients living with HIV/AIDS treated with Vicks VapoRub™.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12281-019-00348-4 fatcat:luny5u7gmzhj3mw6iab27sldia

Malnutrition in HIV/AIDS: Aetiopathogenesis [chapter]

Vangal K. Sashindran, Rajneesh Thakur
2020 Nutrition and HIV/AIDS - Implication for Treatment, Prevention and Cure [Working Title]  
Hence it is easy to surmise that malnutrition and HIV/AIDs are a deadly duo.  ...  HIV/AIDS can cause malnutrition directly and also indirectly through opportunistic infections (OIs). Infectious diarrhoea and tuberculosis are the commonest OIs linked to malnutrition in HIV/AIDS.  ...  Another study from Iran compared malnutrition among adults with HIV/AIDS with the general population. One hundred PLHA were enrolled in the study.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.90477 fatcat:arqtx3vcpbd2tpe44wqnqi6vdu

Fungal infections in HIV/AIDS

Andrew H Limper, Antoine Adenis, Thuy Le, Thomas S Harrison
2017 Lancet. Infectious Diseases (Print)  
In contrast, corticosteroids with initial antifungal therapy have been shown to be harmful 6 ; and in a retrospective study from Cape Town, those testing positive had a high, 28%, chance, without treatment  ...  Pneumocystis Pneumonia Pneumocystis pneumonia has emerged as a major cause of infection in those with HIV/AIDS, with an estimate of >400,000 cases worldwide annually. 7 Many of these patients are unfortunately  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1473-3099(17)30303-1 pmid:28774701 fatcat:msznsmnphfewjkfmkddcninxoe
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