Complications of HIV in Children: Links
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AIDSinfo Drug Database
The AIDSInfo Drug Database contains fact sheets on more than 80 HIV/AIDS-related drugs. The fact sheets, in patient, health professional, and Spanish versions, provide information on the drug's use, pharmacology, and side effects. The database also includes approved and investigational antiretroviral drugs as well as drugs used in the treatment of opportunistic infections and cancers. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The initiative supports the provision of HIV-specific care, including access to antiretroviral options, to HIV-infected women and children identified in PMTCT programs, and to their HIV-infected family members as appropriate. n.d.
This site is meant to guide physicians and health care workers in the use of antiretroviral therapy and AIDS care delivery in resource-limited settings. Registered users may submit cases to the HIV Case Rounds section of the site, send questions to HIV specialists, and participate in the discussion forums. The site is a project of the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp. n.d.
Toolkit on Adolescents Living with HIV (ALHIV)
This "etoolkit" from Knowledge for Health includes
resources that address the needs, gaps, and best
practices of service provision for adolescents
living with HIV (ALHIV) in sub-Saharan Africa.
Such digital toolkits are electronic libraries of
resources that have been vetted by experts in the
field. These resources are organized by topic
under tabs such as advocacy, policy, training, or
psychosocial report. Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs, Management Sciences for Health, FHI 360, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.