AIDS patient taking aerosol Pentamidine

AIDS patient taking aerosol Pentamidine

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. AIDS patient taking Pentamidine in an aerosol form, a drug used to treat Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP), a very common opportunistic infections in AIDS. PCP in AIDS is frequently initially treated with Co- trimoxazole, but hypersensitivity is very common (40-60%). Pentamidine can be used as an equally effective alternative. Photo taken in San Francisco General Hospital.

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