Risk Management Pitfalls for Managing HIV-Infected Patients in the Emergency Department
June 14, 2021


Posted by Andy Jagoda MD in: Risk Management Pitfalls , trackback

Our recent issue Managing the HIV-Infected Adult Patient in the Emergency Department focuses on emergency department management of HIV patients both with successful disease suppression from long-term therapy as well as the patient with low CD4 counts in the context of lack of engagement with care, nonadherence, or undiagnosed disease.

It also includes Risk Management Pitfalls for Managing HIV-Infected Patients in the Emergency Department. You can review the pitfalls below, and read the full issue for more information diagnosing and treating adult HIV-infected patients.

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