Adjunctive therapies for AIDS dementia complex

Abstract

There is no evidence that adjunctive therapies for AIDS dementia are effective, though they are well-tolerated and safe. The authors did a systematic review of ten studies, to see if adjunctive therapies (supplemental to the main treatment) for AIDS dementia were effective and safe. They found no evidence that adjunctive therapies had any effect on the patients They did find adjunctive therapies to be safe, and without any harmful effect on the patients.

Citation

Uthman, O.A.; Abdulmalik, J.O. Adjunctive therapies for AIDS dementia complex. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2008) (Issue 3) Art. No.: CD006496. [DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006496.pub2]

Adjunctive therapies for AIDS dementia complex

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