HCV/HIV Coinfection

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All HIV-infected people with HCV co infection should be screened for other viral hepatitis and immunized against hepatitis A and hepatitis B if that they are not immune. HCV-tainted patients should to be advised cautioned to limit the exposure to hepatotoxins, including liquor, excessive acetaminophen (>2 grams/day), and marijuana, which may add to steatosis and fibrosis. Patients should be guided about decreasing the risk of transmitting HCV to others, which may happen by sharing IDU equipment and having unprotected sex. People with advance fibrosis or cirrhosis ought to be screened for hepatocellular carcinoma every 6-12 months with ultrasound and alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) testing.

  • Epidemiology
  • HCV Transmission
  • HCV Diagnosis
  • Impact of HIV on the Course of HCV Infection
  • Impact of HCV on the Course of HIV Infection
  • Management of HCV in HIV-Coinfected Individuals

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