• treatment
  • This spans the role of alcohol consumption as a risk factor for HIV infection, HIV replication in infected individuals, a person's response to HIV infection and HIV treatment. (scielo.org.za)
  • Primary healthcare workers, especially nurses and HIV counsellors, require training in order to screen for and provide appropriate interventions for HIV-positive patients, those on treatment and treatment-na├»ve patients, who will benefit from reduced alcohol consumption or the cessation thereof. (scielo.org.za)
  • risk
  • Given the decentralised approach of nurse-initiated and -sustained ART in the South African primary health sector, it is important to document key aspects of alcohol use to be conveyed to HIV-positive individuals and those at risk for HIV. (scielo.org.za)
  • If untreated, variceal hemorrhage portends a 70 percent risk of death within one year. (com.es)
  • rates
  • North Carolina Vital Statistics, Volume 2: Leading Causes ofDeath (Annual): For the state and counties, cause-specific annual and 5-year data are given in the form of numbers of deaths, unadjusted death rates, and age-adjusted death rates. (ncdcr.gov)
  • North Carolina Reported Pregnancies (Annual): For the state, PCRs, and counties, annual estimates of pregnancy rates, live birth rates, abortion rates, and abortion fractions by age and race are followed by one-page tables displaying counts of pregnancies (abortions, live births, and fetal deaths) by race and age for total and unmarried women. (ncdcr.gov)
  • South Africans are heavy drinkers, with amongst the highest per capita consumption rates for alcohol in the world, namely, 9.46 litres of pure alcohol per person annually (World Health Organization 2011:276). (scielo.org.za)
  • group
  • Detailed Mortality Statistics, North Carolina Residents (Annual): This statewide report provides annual counts of deaths specific for detailed underlying cause of death (4 digits) and age-race- sex group. (ncdcr.gov)