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Pediatric HIV Guidelines Updated — Physician’s First Watch

Medical News |
November 8, 2013

Pediatric HIV Guidelines Updated

By the Editors

New guidelines for preventing and treating opportunistic infections in HIV-exposed and -infected children in the U.S. are now available from the Department of Health and Human Services. The guidelines, an update from 2009, discuss opportunistic pathogens endemic to the U.S., as well as those that may be acquired during travel abroad (e.g., malaria).

Reader Comments (2)

Hasnu Mwazini Medical Student, Unspecified, Udom Medical School

Good journal for improving medical Knowledge

Carlos Aguirre Physician, Infectious Disease, Medellín (Colombia)

An update needed

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