Within the framework of the World Anti-HIV / AIDS response measures, Through the Ministry of Health and various influencers, Measures on prevention and diagnostics of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection continue in the province.
- In the capital, on Monday, 26th, from 8:30 to 12pm, PRO Mujer Salta, Jujuy 215 will be a fast test.
- Tuesday, 27th to 9th and 12th, at Health Center No 5 in El Pilar.
- Wednesday, 28th to 9th and 12th, in the 28th rehabilitation center in San Antonio area.
On Friday, 30, 19, at the House of Culture, an oral presentation entitled "30 years in Salt" is presented through human library method, which is the first HIV-infected patient.
This exhibition is dedicated to public health professionals, who support high technology in library education of the Institute of Higher Education # 1501. Each participant presents a section of the HIV episode in Salt.
The central day
On Saturday, December 1, World AIDS Day, from 10 to 14, HIV / AIDS and Viral Hepatitis will be installed on the fourteenth century salsa.
It provides a graphical material for the prevention of HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases and is tested for blood testing in all those who voluntarily request it.
On Monday, Monday, from 8.30 to 12:30, Dr. Ramon Carroll's Hospital will hold a workshop on information and preventive measures and rapid testing in Iruda.
On Friday, 30th, Vicente Arroaubé Hospital in Pichanal will develop preventive and diagnostic procedures at the age of 8 to 18. From 9 to 12:30 on the central square of Kachy. At San Roque Hospital, from Embarcación to 9 to 12,30. In El Gallon's cultural hall, from 9 to 12:30. At Plaza de Guachipas from 9am to 12.30pm. At Ajarai Square, from 9 to 12:30. Plaza de Chicoana, from 9 to 12:30.
La Caldera will be a Saturday, December 1, from 4 to 19, which will be tested at Deportivo Jardín Square.
About the test
The diagnostic test is voluntary, free and confidential. It consists of a small sample of blood deposited on the test strip, which is obtained from the serum slots of the finger and results in a few minutes later.
In general, it is not necessary to perform the test, and it is enough to keep the food for two hours until you get the blood samples.
People with a HIV-positive diagnosis can achieve free monitoring and treatment in accordance with national legislation through public health and social work.
The main way of spreading HIV and other hematocrites is sexual intercourse. About 100% of people in both sexes have been infected with unprotected sexual intercourse, and in addition to the protection of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, it is always recommended to use condoms that prevent unwanted pregnancies.
In hospitals and health centers, you can access free condoms, as well as other preventive measures.