In recent years, new and diagnosed people include more and more young people aged 20 to 29 in HIV infected people.
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Research shows that Now In Serbia, first sexual intercourse takes 17 years, while only 28.3% of young people aged 15 to 24 have extensive knowledge of HIV and AIDS.
More than half of HIV positive people in Serbia are between 25 and 39 years of age. Three quarters of sick and dead were between 25 and 49 years of age.
According to the research, where people of more than 20 years of age will get cancer and test, but only 2.5% of men and men of age group 15 to 49 have been tested and HIV has been tested in the past 12 months. In this figure, only 1.4% of young people aged 15-24 are in the group. World AIDS Day and European Week in a conference on the occasion of the test said yesterday that this data is in the number of people who tested us.
It is reported that 178 new cases were discovered in Serbia last year, while 14 people with AIDS died. It is also confusing that, according to estimates, there are 3,500 people in our country who have HIV or AIDS, and one-third of them do not even know they are infected. However, the person who successfully treats new healing with HIV can not withstand HIV infection, it is encouraged.
Head of the HIV Counseling Center at the Health Care Institute for Belgrade students Dr. Mila Panik said that voluntary consultation and testing (DST) is one of the most important preventive activities when AIDS is a problem.
– By testing, we show responsibility for ourselves, but also to the other, because in time we can start therapy and live a quality life. For three decades, as many people as we were, more than 58,000 tests were done, about 5,000 consultations, and 550 people in the consultation center knew that HIV is a positive one. After that year, it promotes that the number of people who want to examine HIV is increasing, but the number of people who are HIV positive does not increase. Last year, at our consultation center, 40 people with HIV virus were discovered – Pauline stressed. She announced that in the next two weeks, Monday, November 26 to December 7, 8 to 19 hours of student polyclinics will do HIV testing every day and counseling the youth.
Treatment with the combination of antiretroviral drugs changes the immune response to HIV, which puts life at risk in a chronic condition, which can be successfully controlled. According to the current recommendations of the World Health Organization, regardless of the clinical stage of infection, ART All children, adolescents, pregnant women and breastfeeding and adult living with HIV should be present.
During the period 2013 to 2016, Serbia registered a five-fold increase in the number of people infected with HIV on joint antiretroviral therapy, but there is concern that 30% of registered people do not take treatment with HIV infection.
Jovan Ranin, a clinic specialist for tropical and infectious diseases in KCS, stressed that treatment of innovative therapeutics has been given and improved the quality of patients' lives.
With new drugs, now we are working with healthy people outside of the patient, the stable is free of settling, and there are people who do not know about HIV status and they do not know that they are already infected with serious illness at the moment. It is felt. This year, 17,000 patients passed through outpatient clinics, which means that there is a large number of 1,500 monthly, but it is reduced to counseling, screening, and prescription writing – said Ranin.
He stressed that it is important that immediate examination of patients come under threat, so that an established HIV infection can be treated immediately.
– So we can save the person, but to prevent spread of infection and to spread the epidemic. Among the people diagnosed with infection, the goal is that 90% of them will be treated, and we are not close to it. From this number, the goal is that 90 percent of blood in the blood is free, because non-transplantation of the infection also reduces the number of new infected people. And the ultimate goal is that 90% of them live well, because they are a young population, executive and executive. The new therapy that is sustainable and safe, we are going to achieve this goal – said Ranin.
Vitalta Andjelkovic of Serbia Union, who works with Serivia Union and people living with AIDS (USOP), asserted that treatment is the most important but there is no sole prerequisite for people living with HIV in Serbia.
– In the field of treatment and various issues, they face various challenges, such as denial of family members, environment, discrimination in system organizations The organization of people living with HIV has created a support service, people support each other to get the skills and knowledge to cope with the challenges of life with HIV. During the Global Fund project, this service was funded by the project and at that moment it was raised at a higher level. Unfortunately, when the project was completed, the funding to the service ceased to be stopped, "Andjelkovic explains that partnership between the state and the civil sector is essential, which will ensure the efficiency, sustainability and profitability of civil society organizations.
Modern antiretroviral drugs are now available, which are easy to take and bear and have fewer side effects. Improvement is an electronic recycling, which brings healthy care, Prokic said that it is a positive attitude and there is more involvement among patients' organizations to make decisions related to HIV patients.
In Serbia, more than 100 HIV infected people are detected every year, and third of the people diagnosed with HIV have AIDS already. In newly discovered individuals, the influential proliferation of the virus is sexual. In Serbia, more than 10 people die every year from AIDS. It is estimated that 3,500 people currently infected with this virus in Serbia, one third of which do not know that they have this infection.
Nazi jak: one quarter of infected people do not know their condition
In 2017, 75 percent of people infected with HIV knew about their condition. Among them, 79 percent were on treatment, while 81 percent were treated, which satisfactorily suppressed the virus. Our targets have not been received yet. Estimates suggest that between 30 and 50 people living with HIV do not know about the status of HIV among 2.4 million people. Knowing your condition is the first step to stop the epidemic. Most infected in Serbia, 41% of Belgrade and 41% in Wojciech, and 19% in Wojciech – data from the Health Assistant Minister of the Republic of Serbia, by the sector for public health and program healthcare, Vesna Negejijicz.