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|Title:||Managing HIV in general practice|
|Citation:||Australian Prescriber, 2011; 34(3):67-72|
|Abstract:||As a consequence of advances in care, life expectancy has significantly increased for many people with HIV. In Australia, the focus of care has shifted from acute illness and palliative care to chronic disease management. Many people with HIV receive much of their medical care from general practitioners. It is therefore important to know which problems can be managed in general practice and when these patients should be referred.|
|Keywords:||Adverse effects; AIDS; travel; vaccination|
|Rights:||Copyright © National Prescribing Service Limited 2011|
|Appears in Collections:||General Practice publications|
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