POZ

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AcronymDefinition
POZHIV Positive
POZPodstawowa Opieka Zdrowotna (Polish: Primary Health Care)
POZPromoteurs Objectif Zerosida (HIV prevention; Haiti)
POZPoznan, Poland - Lawica (Airport Code)
POZProximity Operations Zone
POZPoint of Zenith
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Conclusion: The incision can be healed, and fracture can be united normally in most of HIV positive patients with fracture, and postoperative wound infections were significantly associated with HIV clinical category, CD4+T-lymphocyte category and open fracture.
32- year- old Munni Devi, an HIV positive patient working in a beauty parlour, had to run from pillar to post in three hospitals when she went for her first delivery recently.
Open fractures of the tibia in HIV positive patients; a prospective controlled single-blind study.
The study reveals that HIV positive women frequently face other violations of their rights when it comes to the medical care that they receive.
The coordinator is expected to establish a network of HIV positive people across the state, and it is expected that over a period of time, the state would be able to get the people to get over the stigma traditionally attached to the disease.
Sister Owens [is] said to recommend the use of the condom by a couple, one [member] of whom is HIV positive.
It goes back to literally centuries of unequal treatment of women," says Karina Danvers, director of the Connecticut AIDS Education and Training Center at the Yale School of Nursing in New Haven, who is HIV positive herself.
Simpson, nevertheless, navigated bumps in fire road, like gritting her teeth through tasteless AIDS jokes and rejoining the dating scene, where many equate HIV positive with damaged goods.
Studies conducted in the 1990s determined that the distribution of HPV types in women without cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) tend to be the same in those who are HIV positive and those who are HIV negative.
The number known to be HIV positive totaled 23,864, down from 24,147 at year-end 2001.
Most tourist destinations do not restrict entry to HIV positive visitors who plan to stay for three months or less.