Diagnosis and Treatment

Diagnosis is the process of identification of the nature and cause of a particular phenomenon. HIV is generally diagnosed by testing your blood or saliva for antibodies against virus. Inappropriately, it takes time for your body to progress these antibodies usually up to 12 weeks. A faster test checks for the presence of HIV antigen, a protein produced by the virus instantaneously after infection. Treatment refers to the application of medicines, surgery or psychotherapy to a patient or to a disease or symptom. Treatment outcomes were similar across different subgroups, regardless of age, sex, race, baseline viral load, and baseline CD4+ cell count1. Treatment of HIV/AIDS includes mapping and maintaining surveillance of risk behaviors, STIs, and HIV infection

  • Viral load test
  • Interpreting antibody tests
  • Hcv viral load & confirmation
  • HIV-1 viral load
  • Antiretroviral therapy
  • CT/NG assay
  • Western blot tests

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