• HIV is the strongest risk factor for developing tuberculosis (TB) disease in those with latent or new Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. Prevention of TB is one of the most important measures... Read more
  • The World Health Organization provides latest June 2016 guidelines with recommendations for antiretroviral treatment to be given for HIV infections. These slides include the current recommendations... Read more
  • PrEP is the use of an antiretroviral medication by a HIV-negative individuals to prevent them from acquiring HIV. These slides give an overview of the key clinical trials in PrEP which demonstrate... Read more
  • PrEP is the use of an antiretroviral medication by HIV-negative individuals to prevent them from acquiring HIV. These slides give an overview of the WHO and the Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for the... Read more
  • Post-surgical constipation is one of the challenges which both the doctor and the patient face after a surgery. Effective treatment of post-surgical constipation is of primary concern to the doctor... Read more
  • Amisulpride is an atypical antipsychotic approved for the acute and long-term management of schizophrenia in adults. The antipsychotic property of amisulpride is mediated through dopaminergic D2/D3... Read more
  • Dapsone is a synthetic sulfone used to treat inflammatory cutaneous disorders. Topical dapsone gel 5% is approved by US FDA for the treatment of acne. These slides highlight the clinical studies on... Read more
  • Ulcerative colitis is a chronic inflammatory condition of the large intestine. Topically acting mesalamine is the first line agent for ulcerative colitis. This topically acting agent is effective in... Read more
  • Depression is not uncommon in children, but, for many reasons, it often escapes diagnosis. Children are often unable to explain how they are feeling, especially when depressed. The problem for... Read more
  • Autoimmune hepatitis is a generally unresolving inflammation of the liver of unknown cause. This disease commonly presents with nonspecific symptoms like fatigue, jaundice, nausea, abdominal pain and... Read more
  • The understanding of HBV infection is continuously improving and these advances are included in the APASL 2015 hepatitis B management guidelines. This slide set covers the latest recommendations from... Read more
  • Acute-on-chronic liver failure (ACLF) is a devastating event with very high short-term mortality. There is no universally accepted definition of ACLF. Altered host systemic inflammatory/immune... Read more
  • Hepatitis C virus genotype 4 (HCV-4) is the most common variant of the HCV in the Middle East and Africa, particularly Egypt. HCV genotype 4 currently has limited treatment options. Recent data show... Read more
  • Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) infection is one of the common causes of liver transplantation. However, most patients with HCV infection will develop recurrence even after liver transplantation which... Read more
  • Indian guidelines on screening, diagnosis and treatment of Hepatitis C infection, which are recently updated in 2015, with inclusion of Sofosbuvir based regimens Read more