More timely, appropriate, and useful than conventional references — more in-depth and comprehensive than journal articles — this up-to-date resource presents the most important recent progress in HIV infection and disease research.
Gives interdisciplinary perspectives not available in other sources!
Analyzing controversial medical issues, AIDS clinical review 1997/1998
- covers comprehensively optimal use of new HIV protease inhibitor therapy
- explains the current status of the developing field of cytokine therapy
- provides recommendations for the prevention of nosocomial HIV infection based on the latest data from healthcare workers with accidental exposures to HIV-infected blood
- describes state-of-the-art developments in the natural history, diagnosis, and therapy for primary HIV infection and AIDS-related complications, including cytomegalovirus retinitis, disseminated mycobacterium avium complex, tuberculosis, and cryptococcal meningitis
- summarizes up-to-the-minute advances in the management and prevention of HIV diseases in children
- details recent important demographic changes in the epidemiology of HIV in the United States
- elucidates the clinical implications of novel breakthroughs in the understanding of HIV viral dynamics
- and much more!
- Bringing together the knowledge and expertise of over 20 leading clinical investigators at the forefront of AIDS research-to discuss recent advances, share the results of their own investigations, and present previously unpublished data-AIDS clinical review 1997/1998 is essential reading for all medical professionals involved in both AIDS research and clinical practice.