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HIV

ISBN : 9780190088316

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¥8,470
Author: 
Gregory Huhn
Pages
312 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
156 x 235 mm
Pub date
Mar 2021
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The first volume in the "What Do I Do Now?: Infectious Diseases" series, HIV uses a case-based approach to cover common and important topics in the examination, investigation, management, and prevention of HIV. Each chapter provides a discussion of the diagnosis, key points to remember, and selected references for further reading. The book addresses a wide range of topics including HBV coinfection, bacterial STIs, ART considerations, immunizations, and more, and is suited for HIV and outpatient primary care providers, medical students and trainees, and inpatient consultants. HIV is an engaging collection of thought-provoking cases which clinicians can utilize when they encounter difficult patients living with HIV. The volume is also a self-assessment tool that tests the reader's ability to answer the question, "What do I do now?"

Index: 

Chapter 1: The condom broke and I'm tired of worrying about HIV
Sybil Hosek and Raphael J. Landovitz
Chapter 2: I just found out that I have HIV
Ronald Lubelchek and John H. Stroger Jr.
Chapter 3: I hear there is a new medicine that means I don't need to take so many pills?
Gretchen Snoeyenbos Newman and Brian R. Wood
Chapter 4: I'm not that good with taking pills every day
Blake Max
Chapter 5: A false-positive HIV test?
Michael J. Peluso and Timothy J. Henrich
Chapter 6: Do I need to use condoms if I'm taking my meds?
Robert K. Bolan
Chapter 7: My doctor changed my HIV medications, and now my hepatitis B is back
Jessica A. Meisner and Mamta K. Jain
Chapter 8: I've got HIV and I want to have a baby
Thana Khawcharoenporn and Beverly E. Sha
Chapter 9: Can I breastfeed my new baby?
Mariam Aziz
Chapter 10: My hair is falling out, and they told me I have syphilis!
Ronnie M. Gravett and Jeanne Marrazzo
Chapter 11: I've been rashed and confused: Part 1
David E. Barker
Chapter 12: I've been rashed and confused: Part 2
David E. Barker
Chapter 13: I've been rashed and confused: Part 3
David E. Barker
Chapter 14: Doc, I think I have a hemorrhoid
Hillary Dunlevy
Chapter 15: This lump under my jaw doesn't hurt but keeps getting bigger
Estefania Gauto-Mariotti and Paul G. Rubinstein
Chapter 16: Sex, Drugs, and Acholic Stools
Sarah A. Rojas and Christian B. Ramers
Chapter 17: Persistent Fever and Cough
L. Beth Gadkowski and Connie Haley
Chapter 18: I've got a bad headache
Khalil Nasser and Moti Ramgopal
Chapter 19: I feel pretty good, but my body is slowing down . . .
Patricia Heaslip and Oluwatoyin M. Adeyemi
Chapter 20: Is the bright red patch on the roof of my mouth related to the purple splotches on my back?
Juliana Netto and Monica Mercon
Chapter 21: I feel fine. Do I really need to take a cholesterol pill?
Arvind Nishtala and Matthew J. Feinstein
Chapter 22: Am I going to end up on dialysis?
Huma Saeed and Carlos A. Q. Santos
Chapter 23: I want to stop using drugs. What should I do next?
Rick Elion
Chapter 24: Even if I did have HIV, I can cure it with vitamins and herbs
Anna B. Moukouri Kouch, Nicolas P. Schweizer, and Glenn Treisman
Chapter 25: Silent No More
Rebekah Shephard and Pamela Vergara-Rodriguez
Chapter 26: Don't disrespect me, I'm Ms., not Mr.
Antonio E. Urbina
Chapter 27: What shots do I need?
Giorgos Hadjivassiliou and Edgar T. Overton
Chapter 28: My gums are really red
Fariba Younai
Chapter 29: Tray Tables Up, Ready for Departure
Gregory Huhn

About the author: 

Dr. Huhn is an infectious diseases specialist in Chicago, Illinois. He is currently an attending physician at Cook County Health and The Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center, and an associate professor of medicine at Rush University Medical Center, where he serves as the associate director for the joint Rush University/Stroger Hospital of Cook County infectious diseases fellowship program.

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