Upon completion of the chapter the reader will be able to

1. Explain the routes of transmission for HIV, and its natural disease progression.

2. Identify typical and atypical signs and symptoms of acute and chronic HIV infection.

3. Identify the desired therapeutic outcomes for patients with HIV infection.

4. Recommend appropriate first-line pharmacotherapy interventions for patients with HIV infection.

5. Recommend appropriate second-line pharmacotherapy interventions for patients with HIV infection.

6. Describe the components of a monitoring plan to assess effectiveness and adverse effects of pharmacotherapy for HIV infection.

7. Educate patients about the disease state, appropriate lifestyle modifications, and drug therapy required for effective treatment.

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