HIV death rates have declined dramatically since the availability HAART and effective prophylaxis for opportunistic infections. Given increasing antiretroviral-related complications and resistance, however, whether this decrease in deaths will be sustained is debated.
Some studies continue to describe high rates of death attributable to AIDS-defining conditions. A relatively recent study found that most deaths occurred among patients with a CD4 count of <200 cells/mL and that a leading cause of death remained Pneumocystis carinii (jiroveci) pneumonia (PCP) [MK Jain et al. Clin Inf Dis 36. 2003].
Other studies have shown an increasing proportion of deaths attributable to non-HIV-related conditions, especially to liver failure. In some cohorts, liver disease now accounts for greater than 50% of the deaths among patients with a CD4 count >200 cells/mL or an undetectable HIV viral load.
Divergent results regarding the cause of death are likely related to the underlying characteristics of the study populations, including injectible drug use, coinfection withand C, medication adherence, and the availability of antiretrovirals. In addition, patients with private insurance have been shown to receive more intensive drug regimens and to have lower mortality rates.
A study among patients with open access to medical care as well as a low rate of drug use andcoinfection may provide some insight regarding the effects of these barriers on overall mortality. Researchers at several medical centers (primarily naval hospitals) evaluated such a population, US military beneficiaries, to assess causes of death and mortality rates in this cohort during the years 1990 through 2003.
Data collected during this HIV natural history study were retrospectively analyzed for causes of death and annual death rates. The investigators compared death-related variables during the 3 eras.
ResultsThe number of deaths declined over the study period, with 987 deaths in the pre-HAART era, 159 deaths in the early HAART era (1997-1999), and 78 deaths in the late HAART era (2000-2003) (P < 0.01). The annual death rate peaked in 1995 (10.3 per 100 patients) and then declined to <2 deaths per 100 persons in the late HAART era (P < 0.01). The proportion of deaths attributable to infection decreased, but infection remained the leading cause of death in this cohort, followed by cancer. Of those who died, there was an increasing proportion of non-HIV-related deaths (32% vs. 9%; P < 0.01), including cardiac disease (22% vs. 8%; P < 0.01) and trauma (8% vs. 2%; P = 0.01) in the post-HAART versus pre-HAART era.
In 2009 there were 1000 AIDS related deaths in Canada.
All 50 states had AIDS-related deaths in 2003.
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Indirectly it is AIDS. AIDS lowers the body's ability to protect itself against many other illnesses - ones which often would not kill a healthy person. The usual way it is expressed in death notices is ... "XY died of an AIDS-related illness"
No, there are people who have been HIV positive for more than twenty years and have not had any serious AIDS related illnesses. They have been taking anti-retroviral drugs regularly all this time.
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome as it's name suggest, attacks the inmune system. Being the lungs the first fighter of the inmune system ofte aids related deaths are due to pneumonia.
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Strictly speaking, AIDS is not an illness and therefore does not have specific side effects / symptoms - it is a syndrome (a collection of symptoms / illnesses) caused by severe, or late stage, HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) infection.The range of symptoms experienced by a person who is diagnosed with AIDS can vary from none at all (they simply have a weakened immune system that leaves them vulnerable to a host of opportunistic infections) to depression and any of the symptoms associated with the more than twenty AIDS-defining illnesses. See "What is AIDS?" for a full list of AIDS-defining illnesses.
People do not die from HIV infection. HIV is the disease that leads to AIDS. It is the AIDS disease that is a killer. To be even more exact you don't really die from AIDS but rather AIDS related illnesses. These are illnesses that your immune system would normally fight off but cannot because AIDS has basically destroyed your immune system so it cannot function normally. The number of people that die from AIDS related complications every year is just a bit over 3 million. I have lived with HIV for over 25 years; no one dies of HIV. As stated above someone with HIV dies of an underlying cause such as pneumonia, swine flu, or cancer.
People contract HIV first. In time, they will develop AIDS-related diseases such as Kaposi's sarcoma or PCP (pneumocistis carinii pneumonia). Once they have AIDS-related diseases, they are typically diagnosed as having AIDS.
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From what I heard...AIDS is treated through a cocktail of medicine. I know that a person has to take a various amount of medication in order to combat the illnesses that their body is open to because of AIDS.
Estimated AIDS related deaths are more than 25 million over last 30 years . According to the WHO latest survey (http://www.who.int/gho/hiv/en/) in 2015, 36.7 million people approximately living with HIV with 2.1 million new infections. It was estimated about 1.1 million AIDS-related deaths in 2015 ((significantly lower than the 2.3 million in 2005). Sub-Saharan African population (25.5 million) contributed 69.5% of the total infected people.
AIDS, or HIV, is an STD, or a sexually transmitted disease. You can get it by having intercourse (sex) with some who has already been infected with the disease. Also I have to add that aids is a virus wich affects the inmune system. Being the lungs the first line in the inmune system, most aids related deaths were due to pneumonia. AIDS is also a lifestyle disease because you can prevent developing AIDS by living a healthy lifestyle.
Many illnesses and diseases are carried in viruses. The flu, AIDS is caused by the Human Immunodeficiency VIRUS (HIV). as well as many other illnesses
Technically, it's not the AIDS that kills, it's the shutdown of the body's immune system and subsequent illnesses that cause death.
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The organism that causes AIDS is the human immunodeficiency virus. This virus is more commonly known as HIV. Many people who have HIV/AIDS are more susceptible to other illnesses.
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