HIV/AIDS Nursing Care Management

Nursing of people with HIV positive is an essential component of comprehensive patient care. The patient with HIV disease needs to take care with an intensive nursing. In a study, a patient was admitted to the hospital with an AIDS diagnosis had significantly more nursing care requirements than non-AIDS patients, with the exception of those patients with AIDS admitted to critical care. Hospitalization for a person with HIV disease may represent a psychosocial transition, a developmental experience, a stress-inducing experience, and/or an existential crisis. Patient with HIV disease confront profound queries related to their illness, the availability of effective treatment, their ability to pay for the care, loneliness, and they die, will they get to leave the hospital, and when discharged from the hospital, will they continue to get support and help. In adults with HIV positive, it is often an increase contact with the health care system, manage the demands of treatment, and increases dependence on others, including health care providers, when they would otherwise have been self-sufficient.

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