Profilaxis postexposición al VIH (PPE) | 26 DIC 18

Cómo actuar ante un caso de exposición al virus VIH

La profilaxis postexposición posible o real (PPE) al VIH es segura y eficaz para prevenir la infección. Es una modalidad preventiva para personas con exposición reciente (dentro de las 72 horas) al virus
Autor/a: Siedner M, Tumarkin E, Bogoch I Fuente: BMJ 2018;363  HIV post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)
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