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Cardiovascular Patients With HIV Require Unique Treatment Options

Cardiovascular disease has become the leading cause of death for those living with HIV, as the infection has moved from a terminal disease to a chronic illness. An article in Critical Care Nurse provides an overview of risk factors, pathophysiology and unique treatment options related to cardiovascular disease in persons living with HIV.
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