HIV/AIDS in Prison 4
HIV/AIDS in Prison
Clark Atlanta University
A. General Information on HIV/AIDS...............................................................
i. What is HIV/AIDS
ii. Who is infected?
iii. How people get infected
iv. How many people have HIV/AIDS?
B. HIV testing in prisons ....................................................................
i. Is it Mandatory?
ii. What are the benefits?
C. Separation of HIV population
i. Who is separated
ii. Where it occurs
. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a transmitted disease. HIV is an irresistible infection that weakens the human safe background and after some time transforms into what is known as the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome if HIV goes untreated. Helps is the last stage to HIV, which comprises of an extremely frail safe background, however not every person that has HIV achieves this position. Researchers have said that the infection has originated from a sort of Chimpanzee in Africa when people interacted with contaminated chimpanzee blood while chasing. "We realize that the infection has existed in the United States at any rate the mid-to late 1970s" (What is HIV/AIDS, 2017). Helps was first detailed in the United States in 1981 and has from that point forward it has turned into a notable overall issue. HIV transmission happens with the trading of blood, semen, vaginal fluid, pre-release, or bosom drain. The early indications of HIV comprise of fever, cerebral pain, queasiness, retching, looseness of the bowels, swollen lymph organs, sweats, exhaustion, myalgia, rash, sore throat. Many individuals are unconscious that Atlanta is positioned number 7 in the main 10 most remarkable AIDS populaces in America starting at 2016. "As per GetTested.com, more than 1,000 individuals are determined to have HIV every year in Atlanta. Also, 50 percent of those individuals aren't analyzed until the point when they as of now have AIDS" (Greene, 2017). HIV/AIDS is a present issue in our nation's detainment facilities. Our nation's prisoners are at real hazard for the contamination with HIV/AIDS. Numerous prisoners are in prison for medicate infusions and they could have been sharing unsanitary needles which could transmit HIV, bringing the infection into imprison unintentionally. They are likewise in danger because of the way that prisoners interact with each other sexually in jail, uninformed of their wellbeing. This number could have easily been spread to a significantly bigger number.
The AIDS in jail issue is a negative result because of the way that detainment facilities didn't know about the measure of contaminated prisoners that they had entering. Once the detainment facilities knew about this they should have acted quickly to limit the spread of HIV/AIDS. The Prisoners are continually contaminated by HIV among their sentence on the grounds that it is possible that they are ignorant of the disease in...