Journal of
AIDS and HIV Research

  • Abbreviation: J. AIDS HIV Res.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2359
  • DOI: 10.5897/JAHR
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 297

Table of Content: February 2011; 3(2)

February 2011

The kidney function trends in human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) patients at the Nylon District Hospital, Douala, Cameroon

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) related kidney disease is one of the leading causes of death and affects predominantly people of black descent. Data is unavailable on the presence of kidney disease amongst HIV positive patients in Cameroon and a high prevalence of the disease depicts a high incidence of HIV associated nephropathy. A cohort study was carried out from May to August 2010 at the Nylon District...

Author(s): H. L. F. Kamga, J. C. N. Assob, A. L. Njunda, P. Nde Fon, D. S. Nsagha, M. B.S. Atanga, P. Weledji,  D. P. Puinta and E. A. Achidi

February 2011

Effect of combination therapy of haart and α-zam herbal preparation for HIV infection in rats

It is not uncommon seeing patients taking orthodox and herbal remedies concurrently for the same disease. The concern of many health practitioners is the safety of such combination therapy especially when there is a possibility of adverse drug reaction as a result of drug-drug interaction. This study focussed on drug interactions of α-Zam (herbal antiretroviral drug) when combined with lamivudine, zidovudine and...

Author(s): Onifade A. A., Jewell A. P., Okesina A. B., Yong K., Ojezele M., Nwanze J. C., Saka G. O., Sule W. F., Aladekamika S. T. and Ajao A.

February 2011

Addressing the special needs of orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs): A case study in Kien Svay district, Kandal province, Cambodia

The impact mitigation for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) has continued to be prioritized as an immediate measure and action which is clearly stated in a newly-launched comprehensive National Strategic Plan III (2011 - 2015). With an effort of the national response, OVCs have gained wider access to health services but only very little access to social supports such as educational and economic development. In a...

Author(s): Sok Serey, Dy Many, Meas Sopheak, Thau Sokkalyan, Sam Ath Sela, Ly Chanravuth and Kheng Sophal