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Preexposure prophylaxis for the prevention of HIV infection – 2014 : clinical providers’ supplement

Personal Authors: Smith, Dawn K. ; Koenig, Linda J. ; Martin, Michael ; Mansergh, Gordon ; Heneine, Walid ; Ethridge, Steven F. ; Morgan, Marie S. ; Mermin, Jonathan ; Fenton, Kevin
Corporate Authors: United States. Public Health Service.; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.); National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (U.S.)
Published Date: May 14, 2014
Document Type: Book
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Status: current

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Introduction -- Section 1. Patient/provider checklist -- Section 2. Patient information sheet—PrEP -- Section 3. Patient information sheet—Truvada -- Section 4. Patient information sheet—acute HIV infection and PrEP -- Section 5. Provider Information Sheet—PrEP during conception, pregnancy, and breastfeeding -- Section 6. HIV incidence risk index for men who have sex with men -- Section 7. Supplemental counseling information—medication adherence -- Section 8. Supplemental counseling information—HIV risk reduction -- Section 9. PrEP-related ICD, CPT and LOINC codes -- Section 10. Potential PrEP practice quality measures -- Section 11. Methods for developing the PrEP clinical practice guideline –- References.

For the Clinical Practice Guideline that serves as the basis for this Clinical Providers’ Supplement, see Preexposure prophylaxis for the prevention of HIV infection – 2014 : a clinical practice guideline.

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