Topic: Askep Imunitas Hiv ( 1000 )

Askep Klien Gangguan Sistem Imunitas HIV AIDS

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BAB II TINJAUAN TEORITIS ASUHAN KEPERAWATAN KLIEN ` GANGGUAN SISTEM IMUNITAS : HIV­AIDS A. Konsep Penyakit 1. Pengertian HIV ( Human immunodeficiency Virus ) adalah virus pada manusia yang menyerang system kekebalan tubuh manusia yang dalam jangka waktu yang embrane ...

Askep Keperawatan (Askep) pada Penderita AIDS

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ASKEP KEPERAWATAN PADA PENDERITA AIDS A. PENGERTIAN AIDS atau  Acquired Immune Deficiency Sindrome  merupakan kumpulan gejala penyakit akibat menurunnya sistem kekebalan tubuh oleh virus yang disebut HIV. Dalam bahasa...

Perilaku Seksual Komunitas Gay Kaitannya Dengan Hiv/Aids (Studi Deskriptif Kualitatif Pada Komunit...

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PERILAKU SEKSUAL KOMUNITAS GAY KAITANNYA DENGAN HIV/AIDS (Studi Deskriptif Kualitatif Pada Komunitas Gay Di Kota Surakarta) WinarsihUniversitas Sebelas Maret Abstrak : Tren perkembangan kasus HIV/AIDS di Indonesia saat ini sudah mulai meluas ke beberapa kelompok masyarakat. Kelompok-kelompok i...

Attitudes To Arv Access And Factors Undermining Hiv/Aids Prevention. Lessons From The 2008 Tsabong ...

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Though the broad research study from which this article is derived was to assess the prevalenceof stigma and discrimination in the Tsabong District, the aim of this article is to assess theattitudes, views, perceptions and thinking of selected Tsabong communities and people livingwith HIV/AIDS on ac...

Dimensi Budaya Dan Penyebaran Penyakit Hiv/Aids Di Perkumpulan Kasih Rakyat

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HIV/AIDS merupakan penyakit yang menyerang sistem kekebalan (imunitas) tubuh, sehingga tubuh menjadi lemah dalam melawan infeksi. Jumlah orang yang terkena penyakit HIV/AIDS untuk daerah kabupaten Karo mengalami kenaikan. Hal tersebut sangat memprihatinkan melihat masyarakat Tanah Karo yang masih sa...

Health-Related Quality Of Life In A Sample Of Hiv-Infected South Africans

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The study aims to assess the health-related quality of life and HIV symptoms of a sample of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in South Africa. The sample included 607 PLHIV from all districts of the Eastern Cape Province, recruited either through a health facility, from the community through key inform...

Faithfulness To Partners: A Means To Prevent Hiv Infection, A Source Of Hiv Infection Risks, Or Bo...

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A cross-sectional study was carried out at a programme to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV (MTCT) at a public antenatal clinic in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. The objectives were to obtain information from women concerning their reactions to HIV test results received through the programme, ...

Building Partnerships To Support Community-Led Hiv/Aids Management: A Case Study From Rural South A...

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The importance of partnerships between marginalised communities and support agencies (from the public sector, private sector and civil society) is a pillar of HIV/AIDS management policy. Such alliances are notoriously difficult to promote and sustain. We present a case study focusing on the first st...

Gender, Famine And Hiv/Aids: Rethinking New Variant Famine In Malawi

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Although making a large and rapid impact on our understandings of the interactions between famine and HIV/AIDS, the new variant famine hypothesis has had little critical scrutiny. This paper uses a case study of the Malawian food crisis of 2001/2002 to contribute to understandings of new variant fam...

Perceived Hiv/Aids Impact Among Staff In Tertiary Institutions In The Eastern Cape, South Africa

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A descriptive questionnaire-based study was undertaken among staff in tertiary institutions in the Eastern Cape Province.The objective of the study was to explore perceived HIV/AIDS impact on duties at work, staff morale, job satisfaction and workload among a proportionate sample of 872 employees in...