Laboratory of Microbiology, Immunology and Virology of University Hospital "to participate in the first screening phase of HIV diagnostic in the diagnosis of the disease and the disease.
The Institute of Microbiology and Immunology provides training in master students (medical, dentists, pharmacists), bachelor, postgraduates, HIV and AIDS problems of doctoral students.
Since 2006, more than 600 people have been registered with HIV / AIDS patients in communicable diseases. At present, 206 people have been given HIV-positive treatment. New Patients for 2018. 32. 1 Monthly Benefit Treatment of BNCC between 900 and 2000. MAS is provided free of charge to the patients. Because viruses are not found in the blood, modern antiretroviral therapy provides fast and viral veterinary support. It ensures infection of the infection, provides high levels of HIV infected patients and provides a lifetime for those who are not overly disabled. Very important is the virus that can not be detected by a virus for the patient.
HIV is applied and adhering to antiretroviral therapy for infection and public health.
"On December 1, we awareness and continuous education, diagnosis, disease, illness, disease, on, continue the resistance, HIV must share with the issues of living with HIV / AIDS," the University Hospital Microbiology, Immunology and Virology of the Medical University of Plovdiv and Laboratories of Microbiology Anne The Immunology Section "St. Georgia" -pleavdiv.
Plovdiv University Medical School is also participating in the AIDS campaign this year. International Day for Fight against HIV / AIDS is December 1. The campaign is aimed at continuously increasing public awareness of disease and prevention.
"There are four major challenges for HIV to be made in the recommendations of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC): To improve diagnosis and diagnosis, provide better service delivery, and treat and control the viral delivery with HIV-positive stime," said Dr. Niranjan, head of Micro Biology and Immunology. Mariana Mourdesha, MA's international cooperation, U-Plovdiv.
According to the National Plan for Preventing HIV and AIDS in the Ministry of Health, Bulgaria's new cases are 161 by October 2018. At that time, HIV-seropositive among 1460 people. Among these, 1 334 have been identified in HIV / AIDS processing areas in infected clinics such as Sophia, Plovdiv, Varna, Pleven and Stara Zagora. Modern computational antiretroviral therapy is available. The number of newly registered men has increased recently compared to infected women. Along with 90% of sex offenders, 35% had sex with sex offices. 53% gay / bisexual. About 11% of the cases of drug abuse have been reported. Child from mothers, one of the cases of uterine transition during childbirth. The number of newly registered men is 4x. 30% of HIV positive patients are 30-39 years old. About 66 percent of all HIV infections reported in Bulgaria are infected.
In March 2017, the Ministry of Health adopted a new national program to prevent and control HIV infections in Bulgaria in 2020. Most of the most vulnerable groups with defense interventions require at least 60% coverage. In new cases of HIV infection, 75% decrease, the HIV infection eliminates the removal of the newborn from the mother. By 2020, the 90% of HIV infected people should know their condition by 2020. More than 90 per cent of HIV infected people are aware of their condition and are working with viral repression in the treatment. In 2020, 90% of pregnant women have been targeted for HIV testing. Among the most potentially vulnerable groups to ensure care and protection of HIV-infected people.
Thanks to the efforts of the National Program, a country with a low population of Bulgaria. The European Center for Disease Control and New Registered Census Bulgaria account for 3.1% of the 100,000 population. There is a possibility that there are 5.8 per 100,000 people in the European Union.
These achievements can also be funded by Global Fund Support, HIV / AIDS Prevention and Control. Preventive services have been implemented in the country among the weakest groups of HIV through the development of low quality centers and networks of NGOs in training. HIV Conditions have been created to improve the scope of epidemic development. This program, which provides services for the ITU sector, has helped to reduce it to 46% in 2008 to 12% by 2016.