HIV Clinical Guidelines: NYS Department of Health AIDS Institute

 
 
  • Treating Chronic Hepatitis C Infection in Primary Care New treatment guidelines aim to support primary care clinicians in the treatment of hepatitis C infection.
  • Updated Guideline: Selecting an Initial ART Regimen The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute provides an outline of current recommendations for preferred and alternative antiretroviral (ART) regimens for adult ART-naive patients.
  • Management of Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute recommends management of IRIS without interruption of ART, except in life-threatening cases.
  • Updated Guideline: HIV Testing Advances in HIV diagnostic tests have resulted in an updated testing sequence that maximizes sensitivity, specificity, and turnaround time.
  • When to Initiate Antiretroviral Therapy: Updated Guideline Less toxic, more potent ART regimens are one of several reasons why nearly all adult patients with HIV should receive ART.
  • Update: Guideline for the Treatment of Acute HIV Infection Dr Samuel Merrick discusses guideline-based care recommending antiretroviral therapy in all patients at the time of diagnosis of HIV infection.
  • HIV Guidelines: Working With the Active Substance User In light of an HIV outbreak among drug users in Indiana, the NYSDOH AIDS Institute HIV Clinical Guidelines Program provides guidelines and commentary on treating HIV-positive active substance users.
  • Update to Guidelines on HIV Post-exposure Prophylaxis Dr Samuel Merrick discusses important aspects of guideline-recommended care for prophylaxis following exposure to HIV.
  • HIV in Older Adults: A Guide for HIV Primary Care Clinicians Dr Joseph McGowan provides a commentary to the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute's guide to managing HIV in older adults.
  • HIV/HBV Coinfection This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers guidance to clinicians for vaccination, treatment, and monitoring of hepatitis B infections in HIV-infected patients.
  • HIV Prophylaxis for Victims of Sexual Assault This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers guidance to clinicians for prescribing antiretroviral prophylactic therapy for HIV after sexual assault.
  • HIV Prophylaxis Following Non-occupational Exposure This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers guidance to clinicians for prescribing antiretroviral prophylactic therapy following non-occupational exposure to HIV.
  • Mental Health Screening in HIV: Guideline and Commentary This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers guidance to clinicians on screening for mental health symptoms in people living with HIV.
  • HIV Prophylaxis Following Occupational Exposure This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers guidance to clinicians for prescribing postexposure prophylaxis following occupational exposure to HIV.
  • Kidney Disease in HIV-Infected Patients This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers guidance to clinicians on special issues related to the management of patients with HIV infection and kidney disease.
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 2 This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers guidance to clinicians on special issues related to the diagnosis and management of patients with HIV-2 infection.
  • Care of the HIV-Infected Transgender Patient This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers guidance to clinicians on special issues related to the care of HIV-positive transgender patients.
  • HIV Prevention With Positives This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers guidance to clinicians on integrating HIV prevention into primary care.
  • Transitioning HIV-Infected Adolescents Into Adult Care This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers clinicians practical guidance on smoothing the transition from pediatric to adult care for young adults with HIV.
  • Screening and Ongoing Assessment for Substance Abuse in HIV This guideline from the New York State Department of Health offers clinicians specific guidance on screening for substance abuse in patients who are HIV positive.