Guidance for Non-HIV-Specialized Providers Caring for Persons with HIV Displaced by Disasters
The information in the brief version is excerpted directly from the full-text guidelines. The brief version is a compilation of the tables and boxed recommendations.
Appendix B: Web-based Resources for Treating and Preventing HIV Infection
Last Updated: August 31, 2017; Last Reviewed: August 31, 2017
|AIDSinfo guidelines for treating HIV and its complications
|At this website, users can access:
||Guidelines and drug database are also available as mobile apps (https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/apps).
These guidelines contain summary tables with drug dosing and drug interaction information.
|Drugs That Fight HIV-1
|Images of FDA-approved antiretroviral drugs.|
|Texas HIV Medication Program
|Updated information regarding assistance for persons with HIV, including emergency financial assistance programs.|
|National HIV Clinician Consultation Center
|Clinicians’ Warmline: 1-800-933-3413
Perinatal HIV Hotline: 1-888-448-8765
|Provides phone consultations for clinicians seeking assistance with treating people with HIV, as well as specialty advice for pregnant women with HIV (perinatal), and administration of post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).|
|Ryan White HIV/AIDS Medical Providers
|HIV provider locator by geographical area.||A search engine that helps users locate expert HIV care and treatment through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS program.|
|Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)
|Resources for post-exposure prophylaxis against HIV for persons exposed:
||U.S. government websites about how to administer post-exposure prophylaxis against HIV infection for persons who may have been exposed in occupational and nonoccupational settings.|
|Pre-Exposure Prophyalxis (PrEP)
|Resources for pre-exposure prophylaxis against HIV.||U.S. government websites about how to administer pre-exposure prophylaxis against HIV infection for persons who may be at high risk of exposure due to sexual contact or sharing of nonsterile equipment to inject drugs.|
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