Current HIV and AIDS Trends, Prevention and Improving Patient Outcomes

Current HIV and AIDS Trends, Prevention and Improving Patient Outcomes

Current HIV and AIDS Trends, Prevention and Improving Patient Outcomes

Current HIV and AIDS Trends, Prevention and Improving Patient Outcomes

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Human Immune Deficiency virus or HIV causes the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, commonly called AIDS. This deadly virus attacks CD4 cells present in the immune system. This result is an impaired immune system that isn’t able to fight off infections and certain cancers. Because of this impaired immune system, those with HIV and AIDS can get infections that a person with a normal immune system could fight off. These common infections could prove deadly to a person with HIV/AIDS. This course has been created to increase your understanding of the basics of HIV and AIDS, the national trends, and clinical guidelines for preventing healthcare-related needlestick injuries.

COURSE INFORMATION

60 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2019-12-04Updated 2019-12-04

Course Objectives

  • Describe the current issues and trends in HIV/AIDS cases, at-risk patient populations, and the diagnosis and treatment of patients.
  • Verbalize the role of Centers for disease control and prevention DC in HIV/AIDS prevention and education efforts.
  • Understand the potential for opportunistic diseases and clinical treatment guidelines.
  • Provide an overview of the perioperative and postoperative considerations for HIV/AIDS patients.

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