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Examples of the chronic encephalopathies include anoxic brain injury; chronic traumatic encephalopathy; heavy metals (lead, arsenic, mercury, etc); HIV-related; hereditary enzyme deficiencies; Korsakoff; and spongiform.
January 2015

New drug approved for Alzheimer's, warnings issued on CT scans, local anesthetics

A warning about the potential association between fosamprenavir calcium (Lexiva) and myocardial infarction and dyslipidemia in HIV-infected adults. ... Agriflu, a new injectable vaccine against influenza virus subtypes A and B for people ages 18 years
February 2010

Pneumonia vaccine gets yes vote for immunocompromised

The committee voted 14-0 in favor of expanding use to patients 19 and older with compromised immune systems due to conditions such as HIV infection, cancer and advanced kidney disease,
June 2012

New warnings for statins, new drug approval for Cushing's syndrome

Co-administration of HIV or hepatitis C protease inhibitors with certain statins can increase the risk of myopathy/rhabdomyolysis.
May 2012

Patient navigation intervention fails to improve viral suppression rates in inpatients, study finds

Compared to usual care, patient navigation with or without financial incentives failed to increase viral suppression among hospitalized patients with HIV and substance use, according to a recent study. ... Those receiving incentives were rewarded for
July 2016

IDSA guidelines call for accurate diagnoses, fewer antibiotics for skin, soft-tissue infections

The updated IDSA guidelines also provide extensive recommendations for:. treating SSTIs in immunocompromised patients, including those with HIV/AIDS or those who have had an organ transplant,.
June 2014

New device for advanced heart failure

While not FDA approved for any use, these products are promoted on social media as a remedy for treating autism, cancer, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, flu, and other conditions.
October 2019

Data breaches, infective endocarditis

Image by Getty Images. Researchers used data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to examine details of published breaches affecting 500 or more people from Oct. ... 1.2%; P<0.001), liver disease (18.6% vs. 4.9%; P<0.001), HIV (6% vs.
March 2020


Memory and language dysfunction are almost always present. Alternative causes of major neurocognitive disorders that primarily affect younger people include traumatic brain injury, HIV infection, prion disease, substance use, and Huntington
July 2018

Program can help opioid-dependent inpatients transition to outpatient treatment

The nurse also provided case management that emphasized HIV risk reduction, health education, medical follow-up and counseling.
March 2010

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