AIDS is a human disease in which there is gradual failure of the body’s defence (immune) system thereby leading to severe and fatal opportunistic infections and cancers.


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AIDS-Related Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Management
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Introduction: AIDS-related dementia occurs in the advanced stages of the HIV virus. When the virus attacks there is a worsening of both motor skills and mental declining. It also attacks the nervous system and can cause brain damage.... Last modified: 19th Oct 2021

Treatments For HIV/AIDS
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Introduction: HIV is the disease that had been link to human and it is also known as the disease of the century. According to avert.org, the first case of HIV in human was found in 1959 form a man in the Democratic Republic of Congo.... Last modified: 14th Jun 2021

Effects of HIV and AIDS in Children and Adolescents
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Introduction: The purpose of this paper is to provide researched information on the multifaceted effects of adolescents living with HIV and Aids ... Last modified: 11th May 2021

Essay on AIDS Stigma
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Introduction: Stigma is an essential constraint in the fight against AIDS. Discuss. In 2008, the World Health Organization argued that ‘…HIV-related stigma and discrimination are often prevalent within health services, and are critical obstacles to provision and uptake of health sector interventions.... Last modified: 23rd Apr 2021

Effects of HIV/AIDS in Democratic Republic of Congo
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Introduction: Research proposal: A study of AIDS/HIV Epidemic and Impact of Getting to zero Strategy among Women in the Eastern Region of Democratic Republic of Congo from 1996.... Last modified: 23rd Mar 2021

Comparison of Lifestyle and Infectious Disease on Impacts to Human Health
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Introduction: In Australia, increasing living standards have led to a significant reduction in the rates of infectious diseases. The benefits of abundant resources have also led to a high prevalence of preventable diseases arising from lifestyle patterns.... Last modified: 6th Oct 2020

Research Critique of Quantitative Research on Nursing Practice
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Introduction: Nurses are expected to provide the best standards of care possible for their patients and clients, and in order to do this, they are required to provide evidence-based practice wherever possible. Par... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Nursing Essays - HIV and AIDS
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Introduction: According to Herek and Glunt (1988), HIV/AIDS is a disease epidemic, but also an epidemic of stigma. In the UK, the number of new HIV has been rising each year since the 1990’s. Since the year 2... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

End of Life and Palliative Care for Patients with HIV/AIDS
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Introduction: Students: Surendra Ramkissoon Rishi Gajadhar Introduction: During the 1980s, there was a rapid increase in the number of HIV/AIDS cases for which there was little treatment for both the individual ... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Hiv Aids In Nigeria Health And Social Care Essay
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Introduction: Nigeria, with a population of 154.7 million (World Bank, 2009) is the most populous country in Africa and represents about 47% of the West African population (World Bank, 2010). The country is divided... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Definition Of Hiv And Aids Health And Social Care Essay
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Introduction: I have chosen the topic of HIV/AIDS. In this written assignment, Firstly, I will start by introducing what are HIV and AIDS and the influence of them. Secondly, I will generate some figure of the worl... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Hiv Aids Media In Uk Health And Social Care Essay
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Introduction: ‘It is estimated that over 30 million people worldwide live with HIV leading to around 2 million deaths per year. In the UK HIV is one of the fastest growing illnesses and as of June 2010 there ... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Factors Driving Hiv Aids Epidemic Health And Social Care Essay
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Introduction: This report aims to understand social and behavioral factors driving the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Inequalities fuel the spread of HIV/ AIDS on many different levels such as poverty, gender, education and he... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

HIV/AIDS And Stigma | Essay
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Introduction: HIV/AIDS is one of the challenges to human life and dignity. It affects all levels of society and has a massive impact on global economic and social development, (Rowden, 2009). Studies have been cond... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

A Study Of HIV And Aids Health Essay
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Introduction: HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It is the virus that causes AIDS. HIV is not like other viruses and different from other, the reason is it attacks the immune system. HIV discovers and des... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

HIV/AIDS: Stigma and discrimination
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Introduction: Stigma and discrimination face by people living with HIV/AIDS It has been defined by Roura et al., (2009) that the stigma associated with a precise kind of relationship between the behvaiours, percep... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Attitudes of Health Care Providers to Persons with HIV/AIDS
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Introduction: Attitudes of Health Care Providers to Persons Living With HIV/AIDS in Lagos State, Nigeria Sylvia Bolanle Adebajo1, Abisola O Bamgbala1 and Muriel A Oyediran2   ABSTRACT This study was conducted t... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Pathogenesis and Course of AIDS
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Introduction: Title: Give a detailed account of the pathogenesis and course of AIDS. Undergraduate Degree Level Essay 2,500 words  The study of HIV / AIDS is a vast topic and the literature on the subject fills m... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Evaluation of HIV/AIDS Treatment Programmes
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Introduction:  Josefina B. dela Cuesta Introduction Research plays a vital role in our lives especially in the health care setting wherein it gives a lot of benefits and make the people life easier and faste... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Treatments of HIV/AIDS
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Introduction: Human Immunodeficiency Virus Medications and Treatments Cultural treatments of HIV/AIDS Adji Ngathe Kebe Abstract The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is an intelligent as well as remarkably comp... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020