The latest in the crucial series documenting scientific discoveries at the forefront of HIV and AIDS research!
This volume updates the most important and controversial issues facing physicians, nurses, microbiologists, pharmacists, and epidemiologists who deal directly with patients suffering from HIV and AIDS, focusing on specific areas in which important new advances have occurred in diagnosis, therapy, and prevention of infection and related complications.
Outlines new disease management strategies being tested in prospective clinical trials and observational studies!
Combining elements of virology, epidemiology, immunology, oncology, endocrinology, neurology, psychiatry, and the behavioral sciences, AIDS Clinical Review 2000/2001
Including results recently presented at scientific meetings but not yet published in peer-reviewed journals, AIDS Clinical Review 2000/2001 is essential reading for infectious disease specialists, epidemiologists, virologists, immunologists, pharmacologists, microbiologists, hematologists, hepatologists, oncologists, neurologists, medical students in these disciplines, and all medical professionals involved in both AIDS research and clinical practice.
Table of Contents
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Prevention: Applying the Lessons Learned
Thomas J. Coates, Anke A. Ehrhardt and David D. Celentano
Novel Strategies Toward the Development of an Effective Vaccine to Prevent Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection or Acquired Immunodeficiency Virus
Barbara Ensoli and Aurelio Cafaro
Pediatric Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Infection: Updates on Prevention and Management
Ann J. Melvin and Lisa M. Frenkel
Risk of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection in Health Care Workers
Can Immune Responses to Human Immunodeficiency Virus Be Preserved, Enhanced, or Restored?
Bruce D. Walker
Reconstitution of Immunity Against Opportunistic Infections in the Era of Potent Antiretroviral Therapy
Judith A. Aberg
Salvage Therapy for Patients Failing their Current Antiretroviral Regimen
Mary A. Albrecht
Drug Interactions of Antiretroviral Agents
Bradley W. Kosel and Francesca Aweeka
Rationale for Immune-Based Therapies for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Infection
Michael M. Lederman and Hernan Valdez
Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Hepatitis B and C Coinfection: Pathogenic Interactions, Natural History, and Therapy
Arthur Y. Kim, Raymond T. Chung, and Bruce Polsky
…a very well organized set of reviews, providing much new information for the researcher. It is a highly recommended series that all medical and academic libraries should subscribe to and have available for their users.
"-AIDS Book Review Journal
Praise for the previous edition"…
…focuses on new developments, including epidemiology as well as pathogenic aspects, and current opinions based on the latest publications…provides comprehensive bibliographies....not just another textbook on AIDS.