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Dear Visitor, We, at Dr. Raina’s SAFE HANDS treat HIV patients with PEP (post exposure prophylaxis) therapy within 72 hours of potential exposure and HIV positive patients.
PEP therapy is a lifesaving therapy for people exposed to HIV infection and prevents from becoming HIV positive. The therapy is started within 72 hours of possible exposure. This PEP therapy is 100% effective against HIV infection..
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HIV is a disease which cannot be cured at all, but early treatment for it can give better survival chances and patient can be prevented from getting secondary infections including TB, Hepatitis A,B or any other life threating diseases and opportunistic infections. Different clinical stages of HIV have different treatment protocols to protect body from other opportunistic infections, thus provide protection from various infections.
When the patient is HIV infected it is the immune system which goes weak and the patient falls very sick, because this HIV virus attacks mainly T lymphocytes and resulting in the enormous loss of CD4+ cells. So it is important to start early treatment in HIV. There is no cure for HIV, but with proper care and treatment, most people with HIV can avoid getting AIDS and can stay healthy for a long time. Patient assessment, counselling, management and systemic and regular follow ups are mandatory part of this treatment.
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Your age, sex, race or ethnic origin or who you have sex with.The SAFE HANDS director Dr. Vinod Raina is a leading HIV specialist, practicing from past 18 years. He is an active member, participant and speaker of national and international HIV conferences. He has been awarded at National Conference of HIV Society of India, Biennial Conference of HIV Medicine Association of India. He conducts CMEs (Continue Medical Education) on PEP THERAPY to expand and share his knowledge with other doctors. His positive and active approach toward his profession has saved thousands of people from the fatal effects of HIV.