HIV/AIDS treatment and care : WHO protocols in CIS countries, Version 1
AbstractLack of access to antiretroviral treatment has been declared by the WHO as a global health emergency, which requires immediate actions. In majority of the CIS countries, where number of people living with HIV/AIDS who need treatment is constantly growing, there is an urgent need to develop a system and algorithm for HIV/AIDS service delivery. This document was developed considering developed health care system of the CIS countries and offers protocols of HIV/AIDS treatment and care, including HAART, for adults and children, treatment of opportunistic infections, palliative care, PMTCT, treatment of HIV/AIDS in IDU, etc. This document was developed based on the recent WHO recommendations for the countries with limited resources, revised in December 2003 and March 2004 in the framework of the WHO "3 by 5" initiative. You are keeping the first version of the Protocols in your hand. The Protocols will be revised in the future based on improved data available on HIV/AIDS treatment and care. Check updates on http://www.euro.who.int. HIV/AIDS treatment and Care protocols were designed as a basis for National Protocol development in the CIS countries
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (2004). HIV/AIDS treatment and care : WHO protocols in CIS countries, Version 1. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/107585
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