Y. Santiesteban

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INTRODUCTION An HIV diagnosis, like that of any another chronic illness, alters family dynamics. Although the whole family is affected, usually only one member is the primary caregiver of the sick person. Children and adolescents with HIV/AIDS need care according to their physical, psychological and social needs, requiring responsible caregivers who(More)
The detection and modeling of the human spine from scanned 3D data is an important issue in biomedical shape analysis. It can be useful for avoiding invasive treatments like radiographs, taken for the purpose of monitoring spine deformations and its correction, as is the cases in scoliosis. This is especially important with children. This work presents a(More)
An HIV diagnosis, like that of any another chronic illness, alters family dynamics. Although the whole family is affected by the illness, in most cases only one person assumes the sick person’s care. This is usually a family member who must adapt to the stresses of caregiver demands.[3,4] Many families have experience in caring for a chronically ill member,(More)
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