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Definition of an Experienced HIV Physician1 Guideline

Definition of an Experienced HIV Physician

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Published: HIVMA ; 2010 ; 0 : 0 -0
current

"Qualifications for Physicians Who Manage the Longitudinal HIV Treatment of Patients with HIV"

There is ample evidence in the research literature that care by experienced HIV providers translates into improved clinical outcomes and that HIV medicine does not fall under the purview of any one medical specialty. We recommend that credentialing processes to identify HIV-qualified physicians be based on a combination of patient experience and the demonstration of ongoing education and training in HIV care, especially in the area of antiretroviral therapy. More »

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Guidelines7 Guidelines

Primary Care Management of HIV-Infected Patients

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Published: Clinical Infectious Diseases ; 2013 ; xx : 1 -35
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"Primary Care Guidelines for the Management of Persons Infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus: 2013 Update by the HIV Medicine Association of the Infectious Diseases Society of America"

Evidence-based guidelines for the management of persons infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) were prepared by an expert panel of the HIV Medicine Association of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. These updated guidelines replace those published in 2009. The guidelines are intended for use by healthcare providers who care for HIV-infected patients. Since 2009, new antiretroviral drugs and classes have become available, and the prognosis of persons with HIV infection continues to improve. Link to full text guideline

 

 

*Every 12 to 18 months following publication, IDSA reviews its guidelines to determine whether an update is required. This guideline was published in November of 2013 and is the most current version.

Management of Chronic Kidney Disease

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Published: Clinical Infectious Diseases ; 2014 ; xx : xx -xx
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"Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Chronic Kidney Disease in Patients Infected With HIV: 2014 Update by the HIV Medicine Association of the Infectious Diseases Society of America"

These guidelines for the management of CKD in patients infected with HIV are an update of the 2005 version [2], designed to identify clinically relevant management questions, summarize pertinent data from clinical studies, and offer recommendations for clinical care. The scope of this document is CKD in HIV-infected adults and children in the United States. The guidelines do not address screening, evaluation, or management of HIV-related kidney disease in resource-constrained settings. Link to full text guideline

 

*Every 12 to 18 months following publication, IDSA reviews its guidelines to determine whether an update is required. This guideline was published in September of 2014 and is the most current version.

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Management of Dyslipidemia in Adults Receiving ART

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Published: Clinical Infectious Diseases ; 2003 ; 37 : 613 -627
retired

"Guidelines for the Evaluation and Management of Dyslipidemia in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)–Infected Adults Receiving Antiretroviral Therapy"

Dyslipidemia is a common problem affecting HIV-infected patients receiving antiretroviral therapy. Since publication of preliminary guidelines in 2000, numerous studies have addressed the risk of cardiovascular disease, the mechanisms of dyslipidemia, drug interactions, and the treatment of lipid disorders in HIV-infected patients. Link to full text guideline
 
*This guideline has been retired, however some information regarding dyslipidemia in adults receiving ART can be found in the forthcoming update to the "Primary Care Guideline".

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Pain Management for Patients with HIV

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Published: TBD ; 2012 ; x : x -x
in-dev

"HIVMA of IDSA Clinical Practice Guidelines on Pain Management for Patients with HIV"

*Projected Publication, Fall 2015

Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections Among Adults and Adolescents

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Published: AIDSinfo ; 2013 ; May : 1 -416
current

"Guidelines for Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections in HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents"

Updated guidelines for the prevention and treatment of opportunistic infections in HIV-Infected adults and adolescents. Link to full text guideline

*For information on the timing of future updates to this guideline, contact AIDSinfo.

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Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections Among Children

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Published: xx ; 2013 ; : -
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"Guidelines for the Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections Among HIV-Exposed and HIV-Infected Children"

Updated guidelines for the prevention and treatment of opportunistic infections among HIV-Exposed and HIV-Infected Children. Link to full text guideline
 
*For information on the timing of future updates to this guideline, contact AIDSinfo.

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Incorporating HIV Prevention into Care

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Published: MMWR ; 2003 ; 52 : RR -12
endorsed

"Incorporating HIV Prevention into the Medical Care of Persons Living with HIV" (Endorsed by IDSA)

Reducing transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in the United States requires new strategies, including emphasis on prevention of transmission by HIV-infected persons. Through ongoing attention to prevention, risky sexual and needle sharing behaviors among persons with HIV infection can be reduced and transmission of HIV infection prevented. Medical care providers can substantially affect HIV transmission by screening their HIV-infected patients for risk behaviors; communicating prevention messages; discussing sexual and drug-use behavior; positively reinforcing changes to safer behavior; referring patients for services such as substance abuse treatment; facilitating partner notification, counseling, and testing; and identifying and treating other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

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