Opportunistic Infection hi eng tihna nge?

Kenny Muankima

Opportunistic Infection chu pathogens (bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa etc) ten taksa ralvengtu an tihchhiat vang emaw, an tih chauh vang emaw, a anga a suak an siam vang emawa natna lo awm ṭhin hi a ni.

Opportunistic Infection vang hian taksaah natna hrang hrang a lo awm thei a, a langsar deuh deuh te chu Tuberculosis (TB), Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Cancer leh HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders (HAND – Thluak chawmawlh natna) an tih mai te hi a ni a. Hei lo pawh natna dang dang a la hring chhuak thei.

Tuna a langsar kan sawi chin ngawt pawh hi a mal mal pawhin vanduai tan chuan thihpui tham ṭhah a ni a, HIV vanga opportunistic infection-ah phei chuan a hlawm hlawma neih hlup hlup theih a la ni zui.

Chuvangin miin eng ang pawhin sawi mahse HIV hi hlauh hle tur a ni a, kan kai palh a nih pawhin AIDS vei lo tura a rang thei ang bera treatment (ART) lak nghal tur a ni.

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Updated: February 21, 2019 — 12:03 pm

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  1. A tha hle mai, a tawi tektawk na a a van fun kim tak ém. ART la ei duh miah lo te kan han thlem ngial pawh a la tang tlat te hi an hma hun tur ka thlirpui hian ka lainat thin. Post thatak a ni.

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