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WHO staging system for HIV infection and disease in adults and adolescents Clinical stage I 1. Asymptomatic 2. Persistent generalized lymphadenopathy Oral candidiasis (thrush) 11. Oral hairy leukoplakia 12. Pulmonary tuberculosis within the past year 13.

Ear Infection (Acute Otitis Media) What is otitis media? Otitis media means that your child has fluid behind his or her ear drum. There are two kinds of otitis media:

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Thrush. Coating on tongue. Bleeding gums. Thrush – Candidiasis. Scrapes off easily. Older Adults. hearing loss. physical disability. deterioration of teeth. dry mouth. medications . salivation. NOSE & NASOPHARYNX. Warm/humidify/moisten air and resonate sound.

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Pediatric Superficial Fungal Infections Superficial fungal infections are limited to the epidermis, as opposed to systemic fungal infections

Although anyone can get Lyme disease, children spend a lot of time outdoors and are at particular risk. Reasons to suspect that your child may have Lyme disease include:

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High maternal HIV risk increased by Seroconversion during breastfeeding Mastitis/breast abscess Bleeding nipples High plasma viral load Oral thrush prevalent states Currently 56 ART centers operational in Medical colleges & some District hospitals Currently 40,000 adults

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Although anyone can get Lyme disease, children spend a lot of time outdoors and are at particular risk. oral amoxicillin three times daily for 2-4 weeks. Children who are allergic to amoxicillin would most likely receive cefuroxime axetil twice daily

Thrush. Coating on tongue. Bleeding gums. Thrush – Candidiasis. Scrapes off easily. Older Adults. hearing loss. physical disability. deterioration of teeth. dry mouth. medications . salivation. NOSE & NASOPHARYNX. Warm/humidify/moisten air and resonate sound.

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Can also be used to prevent oral thrush in certain patients. Side Effects. Itching. Burning. Irritation. Redness. Swelling. Stomach pain. Fever. Advil: Adults and children 12 years old and over should take one tablet every 4 to 6 hours while symptoms persist.