By Tiffany Chenneville
This e-book examines the influence of pediatric HIV on teenagers, youngsters, and their households. starting with an summary of pediatric HIV epidemiology, it strains the scientific, mental, and social dimensions of HIV in the course of the trajectory of early life and adolescence. It examines the newest learn on a variety of issues, together with therapy adherence, cultural, criminal, and moral concerns, and HIV stigma and its aid. Chapters supply specialist suggestions for clinicians operating with young children with HIV in addition to researchers learning pediatric HIV. additionally, the ebook additionally discusses day-by-day matters linked to pediatric HIV, comparable to disorder administration, coping, entry to companies, hazard prevention, and wellbeing and fitness advertising.
Topics featured during this booklet comprise:
- The effect of pediatric HIV on households.
- Psychosocial concerns for kids and young people with HIV.
- HIV prevention and intervention within the college setting.
- HIV disclosure in pediatric populations.
- How to layout potent evidence-based HIV risk-reduction courses for adolescents.
A medical advisor to Pediatric HIV is a must have source for researchers, clinicians, and graduate scholars in baby and faculty psychology, social paintings, and public health and wellbeing in addition to pediatric drugs, nursing, epidemiology, anthropology, and different comparable disciplines.
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The results from this study conﬁrm the need for close follow-up of exposed infants, early HIV testing, and prompt access to antiretroviral therapy. A recent systematic review conﬁrmed that infants beneﬁt greatly from early HAART; however, there is less evidence to start medications on asymptomatic infants between age one and three years (Penazzato et al. 2014). Current US guidelines recommend that all infants and children be treated regardless of CD4 count or viral load. Many studies have shown that children who start antiretroviral therapy while asymptomatic are much more likely to survive for ﬁve years than children who do not start treatment until they reach the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Category C disease category of illness (Gray et al.
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A Clinical Guide to Pediatric HIV: Bridging the Gaps Between Research and Practice by Tiffany Chenneville