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The Prevalence of Undiagnosed HIV Infection in Those Who Decline HIV Screening in an Urban Emergency Department
The rate of occult HIV infection is nearly three-times higher in those who decline routine ED HIV testing compared with those who accept such testing, and interventions are urgently needed to decrease the opt-out rate in routine HIV testing settings.
Leflunomide use during the first 33 months after food and drug administration approval: experience with a national cohort of 3,325 patients.
Leflunomide is relatively safe in clinical practice and the most common reasons for discontinuation were inefficacy, gastrointestinal symptoms, medication noncompliance or lost to followup, and elevated liver enzymes.
Methadone on demand as a heroin detoxification preocedure.
An addict-controlled detoxification program is instituted and its findings indicate that addicts do not abuse such a program, staff-patient and staff-staff interactions improve markedly, and the ability to observe the addict as an individual is facilitated.
[Impact of confinement on the follow-up of oral immunotherapies: A multicentre study in the Île-de-France region].
There was no increase in adverse events in OIT during the confinement period and Therapeutic education during OIT is paramount and helps to reduce the occurrence of adverse events.
Covert drug abuse among patients hospitalized in the psychiatric ward of a university hospital.
The survey showed a majority of the patients had detectable levels of drugs of abuse in their urine at least once, and as many as 52 % had evidence of covert drug abuse while in the hospital.
Behavioral Medicine: Assessment and Treatment Strategies. Edited by Daniel M. Doleys, R. L. Meredith and Anthony R. Ciminero. New York: Plenum. 1982. Pp 628. $42.50.
- R. Stern
- 1 March 1983
Antiretroviral pricing creates "black market" in Central America.
- R. Stern
The sale of AIDS medications in the black market is a source of problems in both Costa Rica and Guatemala as a result of the crisis surrounding treatment for people with HIV/AIDS.
Anxiety, Depression and Phobias and How to Cope with Them. By Denis Cronin. London: Granada Publishing. 1981. Pp 146. £2.95.
- R. Stern
- 1 October 1981