Antiretroviral Drugs for Treating Pregnant Women and Preventing HIV Infection In Infants In Resource-Limited Settings: Towards Universal Access. WHO (2006)

Antiretroviral Drugs for Treating Pregnant Women and Preventing HIV Infection In Infants In Resource-Limited Settings: Towards Universal Access. WHO (2006) resistance to hiV drugs may emerge in women receiving triple-combination regimens but occurs more frequently with single- and dual-drug regimens. Viral resistance is a potential problem for women after short-term exposure to arV drug regimens to prevent mtct and for infants who become infected. this is particularly the case for nVp and 3tc, drugs for which a single mutation leads to high-level resistance, whereas multiple sequential mutations are needed to confer resistance to azt.

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The Changing Role of Home Based The Changing Role of Home Based Care in Cambodia in the Era of ART. Sovannarith, S (2006)

The Changing Role of Home Based The Changing Role of Home Based Care in Cambodia in the Era of ART. Sovannarith, S (2006) Background of HBC in Cambodia
␣␣ In 1998, joint pilot project on HBC in Phnom Penh by NCHADS, Municipal Health Department, WHO, and 8 NGO
␣␣ End of 1998, evaluation of the pilot project by NCHADS and WHO
␣␣ In 1999, expansion of HBC to Battambang province

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Cambodia Expanding the Continuum of Care to Children. National Centre for HIV/AIDS Dermatology and STD Cambodia (2006)

Cambodia Expanding the Continuum of Care to Children. National Centre for HIV/AIDS Dermatology and STD Cambodia (2006) Current reports place the HIV prevalence rate in Cambodia at 1.9% 1of the general population. Although this is small compared with many nations in sub-Saharan Africa, it is the highest sero- prevalence in the South-east Asia region. It is noteworthy that this rate has actually declined over the past five years – which is a testament to the political commitment of the Government of Cambodia and the success of HIV prevention programs that have resulted in almost universal acceptance of condom usage.

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A Comprehensive Intervention Based on Peer Education for Injecting Drug Users in Lang Son. Ngu D, Duy N, Son NT, et al (2006)

A Comprehensive Intervention Based on Peer Education for Injecting Drug Users in Lang Son. Ngu D, Duy N, Son NT, et al (2006) This is a presentation on results obtained from the implementation of the project, "A comprehensive intervention based on peer education for injecting drug users" in Lang Son. The objective of this project is to restrain HIV/AIDS epidemic within IDUs and from this group in to community in Lamg Son.

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Case Definitions of HIV for Surveillance and Revised Clinical Staging and Immunological Classification of HIV Related Disease in Adults and Children. WHO (2006)

Case Definitions of HIV for Surveillance and Revised Clinical Staging and Immunological Classification of HIV Related Disease in Adults and Children. WHO (2006) In high-income countries, co-trimoxazole prophylaxis among children (both those exposed to HIV1 and those living with HIV) and adults and adolescents living with HIV has been the standard of care for many years. WHO and UNAIDS have not produced guidelines for national programmes in resource-limited settings. In the absence of clear guidelines, countries and programmes have been slow in adopting co-trimoxazole prophylaxis, a life- saving, simple and inexpensive intervention. The objective of these guidelines is to provide global technical and operational recommendations for the use of co-trimoxazole prophylaxis in HIV-exposed children, children living with HIV and adolescents and adults living with HIV in the context of scaling up HIV care in resource-limited settings.

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Description of d4T Toxicities among 3 OI/ART Clinics Patients on ARV in Cambodia. Ath, KS (2006)

Description of d4T Toxicities among 3 OI/ART Clinics Patients on ARV in Cambodia. Ath, KS (2006) • Scale up of access to HAART has become a reality in Cambodia, by the year 2005, over 12,000 patients PLHA had started HAART. • The overall majority of these patients have started on a standard 1st line regimen: 3TC-d4T-NVP. • Through this, we are increasing worried about d4T related toxicities.

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National Clinical Symposium Drug Toxicity Workshop. National Centre for HIV/AIDS Dermatology and STD Cambodia (2006)

National Clinical Symposium Drug Toxicity Workshop. National Centre for HIV/AIDS Dermatology and STD Cambodia (2006) Case study – drug toxicity - 34 year-old woman, diagnosed HIV +ve January 2006 ␣␣ Minimal symptoms - Past medical history: No previousTB No previous OI Prophylaxis No ARV experience No traditional Khmer/Chinese medicine

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Technical Assistance to the Greater Mekong Subregion for HIV/AIDS Vulnerability and Risk Reduction among Ethnic Minority Groups through Communication Strategies. ADB (2005)

Technical Assistance to the Greater Mekong Subregion for HIV/AIDS Vulnerability and Risk Reduction among Ethnic Minority Groups through Communication Strategies. ADB (2005) Developing human resources and skills competencies is the Eighth Flagship Program under the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) program strategic framework. The GMS Regional Cooperation Strategy and Program (RCSP, March 2004) aims to reduce poverty through enhanced connectivity, increased competitiveness, and a greater sense of community. The RCSP emphasizes the need to take precautions against the negative impacts associated with these developments, such as communicable disease transmission, environmental degradation, and illegal trafficking. Many of these issues disproportionately affect vulnerable groups such as women, children, and ethnic minorities. At the 13th GMS Ministerial Meeting in December 2004, the GMS governments highlighted the prevention of the transmission of communicable diseases across borders, with particular attention to the developing threat of HIV/AIDS.

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Baseline Characteristics of Patients Attending the SHC in the First 3 1⁄2 Months of Clinic Operation. National Centre for HIV/AIDS Dermatology and STD Cambodia and Social Health Clinic (2005)

Baseline Characteristics of Patients Attending the SHC in the First 3 1⁄2 Months of Clinic Operation. National Centre for HIV/AIDS Dermatology and STD Cambodia and Social Health Clinic (2005) National Center for HIV AIDS, Dermatology and STI’s (NCHADS)
Social Health Clinic (SHC)
Baseline characteristics of patients attending the SHC in the first 3 1⁄2 months of clinic operation.

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Papua New Guinea: Establishment of Pilot HIV/AIDS Care Centers. ADB (2005)

Papua New Guinea: Establishment of Pilot HIV/AIDS Care Centers. ADB (2005) ince 1987, 9851 cases have been reported as HIV positive out of a total population of 5.4 millions (June, 2004). From consensus workshop in November, 2004, an estimated number of HIV positive among 15-49 year age group was between 45,000- 75,000 cases. Among reported case, 52.0 % were male and 48.0% were female. Heterosexual (79.9%) is the predominant mode of transmission, 93.6 % is adult. The majority of HIV/AIDS cases have been found in the National Capital District (60.8 %) and Western Highland (14,3 %) province.

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