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Adherence to antiretroviral medications seems to play a more important role in long-term outcome than does the _______ of antiretroviral medication for persons with HIV/AIDS.
In addition to taking medications as prescribed, the foremost challenge in providing HIV/AIDS treatment is engaging clients and encouraging them to…
Which of the following is an accurate statement about challenges that occur with getting substance abusers with HIV into treatment?
The practice of moving clients from substance abuse treatment programs to various clinical sites for primary medical care is called a:
Postexposure prophylaxis is an HIV treatment administered to an individual who has been exposed to the virus to prevent it from becoming established in the body, but it must be taken within ______ hours after exposure.
Certain symptoms might indicate the need for an HIV test, including each of the following EXCEPT:
Which of the following is NOT a true statement about medical conditions that may affect the HIV/AIDS client?
For those who are HIV-infected, increasing symptoms, progressive disability, and decline in function may bring…
Medications to control HIV infection have become more available, and the most effective treatment appears to be is a combination of ____ or more different medications.
The decision to begin antiretroviral therapy in the asymptomatic client is difficult and often involves multiple visits to….
When the first approved antiretroviral agent, AZT, was given to pregnant HIV-infected women at 14 to 34 weeks of gestation, transmission of the virus to their babies was reduced from ___ to ___ percent.
Protease inhibitors are medications used to prevent….
Since clients with HIV/AIDS often have pain problems similar to clients with cancer, the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) ‘cancer pain analgesic ladder’ is a useful starting point for managing pain in HIV-infected persons.
Which of the following is a true statement about alternative therapies?