How To Care For Hiv Patients

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Ask the Experts

Concerns Careing from HIV patient (CARING FOR AN HIV/AIDS PATIENT AT HOME)

I recently started caring from my brother who has Full blown AIDS with Cryptococcus meningitis. I wasnt paranoid about it until my toddler covered herself over with his throw and suddenly got a rash on both her arms and face. She had been inside all...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...no such thing as "Partially Blown AIDS." I'm delighted you are caring for your brother in his time of need. I wish all AIDSpatients had loving family members to care for them and love them.Your fears about transmission are unwarranted. I can't... Read more »

Mom offers $50!! (CARING FOR AN HIV/AIDS PATIENT AT HOME)

First I'd like to say your website is Godsend!Second, my daughter bought a few outfits at the mall,... Read more »

Chiropractic Care Helping HIV+ Patients (CHIROPRACTIC CARE)

Why do i see patients who report back to me that the reason they stay well against HIV is... Read more »
Articles
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Methamphetamine Use, Sexual Activity, Patient-Provider Communication, and Medication Adherence Among HIV-Infected Patients in Care, San Francisco, 2004-2006

...University of California-San Francisco outpatientHIV clinics: Moffitt Hospital (Moffitt), serving primarily privately insured patients, and San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH), a county hospital serving primarily patients who are uninsured or... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

California: Sacramento's CARES Is Full-Service Provider to HIV-Positive Patients

...comprehensive health care, including primary care, dental, and mental health. The services are free for the uninsured, while insured patients are charged co-payments. CARES has thrived at a time when other AIDS service organizations (ASOs) have... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Studies Find Few Differences in Health Outcomes for HIV-Positive Patients Cared for by Nurses Versus Doctors

... HIV-positive patients who receive care from trained nurses fare just as well as those who are treated by physicians, according to two studies released Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Canadian Nurses Association to Help South African Nurses Cope With Stress of Caring for HIV/AIDS Patients

...help South African nurses deal with the "extreme" levels of stress, anxiety and unhappiness they feel in caring for HIV/AIDSpatients, Toronto's Globe and Mail reports. Nurses account for 75% of health care workers in South Africa, which has... Read more »