inPractice provides insight and practical recommendations for HIV patient care.
Subject Matter: HIV
Physicians and other healthcare professionals including:
• Infectious disease specialists
• Primary care practitioners managing patients with HIV
• Other specialists managing patients with HIV
• Nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants caring for patients with HIV
• Expert-authored, comprehensive HIV reference work
• Continuously updated to incorporate latest findings and best practices
• Complete drug database (by Lexi-Comp; includes all FDA-approved drugs)
• Practice guidelines
• Relevant PubMed abstracts (MEDLINE)
In Practice—Not Just in Theory
Translates the constant stream of latest developments in HIV into clinically applicable information.
• Search and find targeted recommendations for your patient care questions
• Know that the evidence supports your decisions
Integrates insightful Conference Coverage, drug developments, journal citations, and guidelines to keep you abreast of the developments you can apply to practice.
Education With Relevance
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• Easily share information with colleagues or trainees
• Integrated bookmark function for quick return access to key topics
• Companion Web site included
How to Gain Access:
Free, one-time registration or use your existing Clinical Care Options member ID. (Your information will not be shared or sold to third parties.)
HIV infection in humans is considered pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). Nevertheless, complacency about HIV may play a key role in HIV risk. From its discovery in 1981 to 2006, AIDS killed more than 25 million people. HIV infects about 0.6% of the world's population. In 2005, AIDS claimed an estimated 2.4–3.3 million lives, of which more than 570,000 were children. A third of these deaths occurred in Sub-Saharan Africa, retarding economic growth and increasing poverty. At that time, it was estimated that HIV would infect 90 million people in Africa, resulting in a minimum estimate of 18 million orphans. Antiretroviral treatment reduces both the mortality and the morbidity of HIV infection, but routine access to antiretroviral medication is not available in all countries.
HIV infects primarily vital cells in the human immune system such as helper T cells (specifically CD4+ T cells), macrophages, and dendritic cells. HIV infection leads to low levels of CD4+ T cells through three main mechanisms: First, direct viral killing of infected cells; second, increased rates of apoptosis in infected cells; and third, killing of infected CD4+ T cells by CD8 cytotoxic lymphocytes that recognize infected cells. When CD4+ T cell numbers decline below a critical level, cell-mediated immunity is lost, and the body becomes progressively more susceptible to opportunistic infections.
Most untreated people infected with HIV-1 eventually develop AIDS. These individuals mostly die from opportunistic infections or malignancies associated with the progressive failure of the immune system. HIV progresses to AIDS at a variable rate affected by viral, host, and environmental factors; most will progress to AIDS within 10 years of HIV infection: some will have progressed much sooner, and some will take much longer. Treatment with anti-retrovirals increases the life expectancy of people infected with HIV. Even after HIV has progressed to diagnosable AIDS, the average survival time with antiretroviral therapy was estimated to be more than 5 years as of 2005. Without antiretroviral therapy, someone who has AIDS typically dies within a year.
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Anti-HIV Med is developed by the HIV Research Team at Stanley Ho Centre for Emerging Infectious Diseases, The Chinese University of Hong Kong as an independent tool. This is also currently accessible as a supplement appended to HIV Manual 3rd Edition.
This Manual is the third edition involving the contribution of 32 reviewer-authors drawn from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The University of Hong Kong, Department of Health Integrated Treatment Centre, Social Hygiene Service and Tuberculosis and Chest Service, as well as three HIV services under Hospital Authority – Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, and Prince of Wales Hospital.
- Chapters are grouped under 6 sections – basics of HIV medicine, public health management, clinical management, opportunistic and concurrent infections, neoplasia, Special settings & the community.
- Algorithms continue to be a key component in many chapters.
- References are linked to the sources.
- Link to interactive tool giving useful information of each registered antiretroviral compound, from its basic characteristics, formulation, dosage to side effects and cautions for prescribing doctors.
- All important local guidelines on HIV management are appendiced. This is important for frontline professionals as a one-stop resource when it comes to HIV management.
- An HIV/AIDS Report form can be downloaded.
- Local perspective to HIV management.
- Also useful to students in medicine, nursing, public health and other health care subjects.
Editor and Project Coordinator
Shui Shan LEE
Stanley Ho Centre for Emerging Infectious Diseases, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Johns Hopkins HIV Guide delivers the latest authoritative clinical decision support information on the diagnosis, management, and relevant medications to clinicians’ fingertips.
Clinicians can consult this specialized guide, written and updated by experts at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, to find answers fast at the point of care. The guide contains information on opportunistic infections, malignancies, complications, related rugs, pathogens, therapy guidelines, and a resistance tool.
The Johns Hopkins HIV Guide is arranged in a way that lets clinicians easily browse or search for content. Each entry is easy to navigate and contains the most important information to help clinicians quickly make decisions.
With the Johns Hopkins HIV Guide you can:
• Review in-depth coverage of HIV therapy including infections, malignancies, clinical tests, microbiology, and treatment options.
• Find the latest medications available for each condition with expert drug comments.
• Access medical literature with reference links within each entry.
• Coverage of complications of treatment
• Drug listings with adverse reactions and interactions
• Management options and clinical recommendations
• Diagnosis and Pathogen indices
• Universal Index Search – find topics across all indexes
• Personalized favorites
Editors: Joel E. Gallant, MD, MPH; Paul Pham, PharmD, BCPS
Publisher: Johns Hopkins Medicine
Powered by: Unbound Medicine
O aplicativo apresenta profilaxia para doenças oportunistas assim como o tratamento e profilaxia secundária.
A maioria da recomendações são baseadas no protocolo clínico do ministério da saúde do Brasil e outros guidelines internacionais.
The FOCUS Animated Pocket Dictionary of HIV, the first ever animated dictionary in the subject, fills that void quite effectively. A must-have resource for physicians and students who would greatly benefit from this module, it covers 100 HIV & AIDS related terms and definitions.
All the definitions have been graphically described with the help of 3D animations and are accompanied by text definitions. This free app has 5 Videos, to see the complete list please 'buy' and download to play independent of the internet.
For HIV In Children, registration is required on www.hivinchildren.org to log in and use this tool.
*Data services are required to access all sections of the application.
*Supports API levels 8 & above (Android 2.2 and above)
TAGS: hiv, children, hiv in children, grand rounds, ask doctor, pediatriconcall
Sea lo que sea que esté buscando, Miniatlas VIH SIDA tendrá una imagen para ello.
La aplicación Miniatlas VIH SIDA le ofrece una gran colección de imágenes médicas de gran calidad y detalle acerca de VIH SIDA. Úsela para explicarle a su paciente todos los aspectos fundamentales de esta especialidad. Con esta gran ayuda visual, el paciente se vuelve más activo durante su visita, y usted le proporciona todas las respuestas que necesita.
El Miniatlas VIH SIDA le ofrece estas características:
* Una gran base de datos de imágenes detalladas y etiquetadas relacionadas al VIH SIDA.
* Cada ilustración tiene una explicación de texto detallada acompañándola
* Zoom de cualquier sección de la imagen
* Búsqueda sencilla - basta con escribir parte de la palabra clave que estás buscando
* Correo electrónico de cualquier imagen o sección de una imagen
* Ayuda a los médicos a comunicarse con sus pacientes de manera más fácil y efectiva
* Funciona en modo retrato o paisaje
¡Sigue adelante y descárgate el Miniatlas VIH SIDA ahora!
This application has been developed for exclusive use by health professionals. If you are not biomedical personnel you should not download this application.
Management of HIV and viral hepatitis infections are ever-changing fields and
resistance to antiviral agents represents one major issue for the management of infected
This application provides instant and easy access to regularly updated information about
specific HIV, HCV and HBV mutations related to resistance to antiviral drugs. Both
in vitro and in vivo information is provided for each specific drug resistance mutation
selected by users.
This is an “offline” application that is downloaded to your device. An internet
connection is not required to use the application.
The application has been developed by Lluita contra la Sida Foundation through support
from MSD, Gilead and BMS.
Daily reports on new research, findings and controversies in HIV treatment and prevention from around the world. We also cover key developments in tuberculosis and hepatitis.
This app comes from NAM, the producers of www.aidsmap.com. We provide more original, daily news reports on new developments in HIV and AIDS than anyone else.
NAM’s reporting is renowned for its independence, clarity and accuracy. As well as articles by our own editors, the app includes a daily hand-picked selection of HIV-related stories from other websites
around the world.
NAM is a registered charity based in the United Kingdom.
Information about HIV
Timer for having medicine
Easy and simple to use
For android cell phones and tablets
Specific functions introduction
This app is basically a medicine reminder and timer, which also provides some information about HIV, useful address and ART guidelines.
Reminder and timer
Click to add prescription
It requires you to input the some information, including prescription name, the drug is in the form ( enter into the name of the drug contained in the application, for example, Stavudine, Lamivudine), on appointment to take drugs every month, appointment reminders to take medication and note (symptoms, allergies) and so on.
Then this reminder is done, you can save and set is as the medicine timer.
In the timer, you can edit it from the prompt date and daily reminder.
This section is the ART guidelines. You will find some FAQ here, such as ARV antiretroviral effect, how to comply with the treatment and what should you do if you forgot your pills.
Then, what can you do when you forgot the pills?
In the answer, there are five situations according to the duration of time. Check them in this section.
You will find some information about HIV in this section in literary.
This app also provides some useful address, for example, some central hospitals, self-help groups.
If you like this app, please give it some support, thank you!
This app is totally free and ad supported.
Icon ads or notification ads may exist in it.
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Reminder software is a type of time management computer software which is designed to alert the user of important events that they have input to the program.
HIV is a member of the genus Lentivirus, it is a part of the family retroviridae.
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The ERG contains an indexed list of dangerous goods and the associated ID number, the general hazards they pose and recommended safety precautions. For example, if emergency responders arrive at the scene of an overturned tractor trailer displaying a DOT hazmat placard, they would use the guide to identify the material associated with the placard and get guidance on how to respond accordingly.
The 2012 version of the ERG includes general revisions, reorganized general information pages and new tables such as Initial Isolation and Protective Action Distances for large spills involving six common toxic inhalation hazard gases. Updated every four years, the ERG is available free to public safety agencies in all states and territories through designated state coordinators’ offices. PHMSA has partnered with the National Library of Medicine to provide this free application as well as a version of the ERG in its Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders (WISER) application.
First responders in general, and HAZMAT units in particular, must make many decisions quickly in handling hazardous-materials incidents. They need accurate information about the hazardous substances, the emergency resources available, and the surrounding environmental conditions to save lives and minimize the impact on the environment and physical property. The WISER application extracts content from TOXNET's Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB), an authoritative, peer-reviewed information resource maintained by the National Library of Medicine, and places that information into the hands of those who need it most.
Features of WISER
* Rapid access to the most important information about a hazardous substance by an intelligent synopsis engine and display called “Key Info”
* Intuitive, simple, logical user interface developed by working with experienced first responders
* Comprehensive decision support, including guidance on immediate actions necessary to save lives and protect the environment
* Access to NLM’s Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB), which contains detailed peer-reviewed information on hazardous substances
* User Profiles enable users to specify the role they are currently playing at the scene of an incident: first responder, HAZMAT specialist, EMS specialist, hospital provider, or preparedness planner. The key information presented to the user about a substance varies depending on this role, so that the information most relevant to the respective job can be quickly accessed.
* Radiological and biological substance support.
* ERG 2012 data; the Android version of WISER includes the full ERG 2012 tool.
* Mobile support, providing first responders critical information where they need it, when they need it.
Coming this Winter: Help Identify Chemical and protective distance mapping will be added to this popular platform.
•Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (HHS/ASPR)
•National Library of Medicine (NLM)
•National Cancer Institute (NCI)
•Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
•Guidance for health care providers, primarily physicians, about clinical diagnosis and treatment of radiation injury during radiological and nuclear emergencies
•Just-in-time, evidence-based, usable information with sufficient background and context to make complex issues understandable to those without formal radiation medicine expertise
•Web-based information that is also downloadable in advance, so that it would be available during an event if the internet is not accessible
Mobile REMM has key selected pages from REMM online, including:
•Patient management algorithms for radiation exposure, contamination, and more...
•Dose estimator for radiation exposure
•Adult and pediatric triage
•Isotopes of interest
ReUnite is developed as part of the Lost Person Finder project (http://lpf.nlm.nih.gov) at the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications, which is an intramural R&D division of the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM), part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Though the app is primarily intended for use by the general public to report missing and/or found people to the site, we encourage its use by disaster relief organizations, and medical aid and relief workers that are assisting in family reunification efforts after a disaster. Please contact us at the support email address for more information.