Nutritional care of HIV-positive individuals

Gloeckner, Janet W.; Kaisth, Sandeep Kaur
June 1997
American Journal of Health Studies;1997, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p128
Academic Journal
Focuses on nutrition intervention in the care of persons with human immunodeficiency virus infection. Factors that contribute to malnutrition; Suggestions for increasing energy and protein intakes; Minimization of effects of disease complications; Improvement of food safety.


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