Hiv/aids

Hiv/aids

Overall public health spending is less than IIS$II per year in most African countries. In sub-Sahara, Africa, people with HIVE-related disease occupy more than half of the hospital beds. HIVE positive patients stay in the hospital four times longer than other patients and it’s predicted that patients by HIVE and AIDS will soon account for…

AIDS & HIV

AIDS & HIV

In order for the HIVE virus to effect a person it must first enter the body’s bloodstream and then begin to attack parts of the person’s immune system. HIVE destroys cells called Telephony’s and macrophage. These cells are white blood cells. White blood cells are very important for fighting infection in the body’s immune system.…

Caribbean HIV/AIDS Project Guyana Evaluation

Caribbean HIV/AIDS Project Guyana Evaluation

Typically, 8-10 hammocks with hammock nets can be accommodated under one such tent. If communities are close by and miners are drawn from these communities, then the miners would go home for the night. On weekends, there is a traditional “wash down,” which takes place when all gold production for the eek is collected and…

Confidential verses Required HIV/AIDS testing

Confidential verses Required HIV/AIDS testing

Many people are at risk of exposure to HIVE. Health care professionals often interact with HIVE positive patients, and patients risk exposure from infected doctors or nurses. Other professions also have the potential to work with infected people. Many people have jobs that involve some risk of injury, and the risk of HIVE transmission is…

Critically Assess HIV AIDS

Critically Assess HIV AIDS

The HIVE epidemic is destroying the traditional social security mechanisms that have been providing support for centuries to the elderly and the orphaned children (Samara 2011). The epidemic is threatening the very existence of human society in all parts of the world. Besides being a health issue, the epidemic has social and economic consequences which…

Discrimination of Hiv/Aids

Discrimination of Hiv/Aids

This is just one example out of many of discrimination against HIVE-positive people. Today in society, there is a big ethical issue question concerning stigma and discrimination of HIVE/AIDS patients and their rights and standing in the community. There are many types of discrimination such as discrimination in health care and in the surrounding community.…

The effects of AIDS and HIV in the world

The effects of AIDS and HIV in the world

With reference to one animal or human disease, explain why its economic consequences vary spatially. Abstract The AIDS epidemic claimed more than 3 million lives in 2002,and an estimated 5 million people acquired the human immunodeficiency virus (HIVE) in 2002 – bringing to 42 million the number of people globally living with the virus. As…

Epidemic of HIV

Epidemic of HIV

HIVE infection mongo women primarily drives the pediatric HIVE epidemic. Postnatal transmission of HIVE during breastfeeding is a major concern in low and middle income countries, particularly in Sub-Sahara Africa where breastfeeding is the only safe and culturally accepTABLE feeding choice. In sub- Sahara Africa alone, out of the twenty three million adults ages from…

Hiv/Aids Among Women in South Africa & India

Hiv/Aids Among Women in South Africa & India

AIDS in South Africa and India. In the two countries women are already economically, culturally and socially disadvantaged lacking access to treatment, financial support and education. They are outside the structures of power and decision making. With no control over their bodies and sexual relations. They are looked at as the main transmitters of sexually…

HIV/AIDS NOTES

HIV/AIDS NOTES

These viruses have been found many different animals including cats, sheep, cattle and horses A retrovirus is a virus which has a genome consisting of two RNA molecules, which may or may not be identical. It relies on the enzyme reverse transcripts to perform the reverse transcription of its genome from RNA into DNA, which…