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These Guidelines were developed by the European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS), a not-for-profit organisation, whose mission is to promote excellence in standards of care, research and education in HIV infection and related co-infections, and to actively engage in the formulation of public health policy, with the aim of reducing HIV disease burden across Europe.

The EACS Guidelines were first published in 2005, and are currently available in print, online, and as a free App available for iOS and Android devices. The Guidelines are available in eight different languages, and are formally revised at least annually for the electronic version and biennially for the printed version. The electronic version can, however, be updated at any given moment if the panels consider it necessary.

The aim of the EACS Guidelines is to provide easily accessible recommendations to clinicians centrally involved in the care of HIV-positive persons.

The Guidelines consist of five main sections, including a general overview table of all major issues in HIV infection, as well as detailed recommendations on antiretroviral treatment, diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of co-morbidities, co-infections and opportunistic diseases.

Each respective section of the Guidelines is managed by a panel of experienced European HIV experts, and additional experts, where needed. All recommendations are evidence-based whenever possible, and based on expert opinions in the rare instances where adequate evidence is unavailable. It was decided not to provide formal grades of evidence in the Guidelines. The panels make decisions by consensus or by vote when necessary. Yet, it was decided not to publish results of the votes or discrepancies if any.

EACS Guidelines 8.2

English – Version 8.2

 

EACS Guidelines 8.1

  •   English – Version 8.1
  •   French – Français – Version 8.1
  •   Greek – Ελληνικά –  Έκδοση 8.1
  •   Portuguese – Português – Versão 8.1
  •   Romanian – Română – Versiunea 8.1
  •   Russian – Русский – Версия 8.1
  •   Spanish – Español – Versión 8.1
  •   Turkish – Türkçe –  Sürüm 8.1

 

EACS Guidelines 8.0

  •   English – Version 8.0
  •   French – Français – Version 8.0
  •   Japanese – 日本語版 – Version 8.0
  •   Portuguese – Português- Versão 8.0
  •   Russian – Русский – Версия 8.0
  •   Spanish – Español – Versión 8.0

 

EACS Guidelines 7.1

  •   English – Version 7.1
  •   Albanian – Shqip – Versioni 7.1
  •   Croatian – Hrvatski – Verzija 7.1
  •   French – Français – Version 7.1
  •   Greek – Ελληνικά – Έκδοση 7.1
  •   Japanese – 日本語版 7.1
  •   Portuguese – Português- Versão 7.1
  •   Romanian – Română – Versiunea 7.1
  •   Russian – Русский – Версия 7.1
  •   Serbian – Srpski – Verzija 7.1
  •   Slovak – Slovenská – Verzia 7.1
  •   Spanish – Español – Versión 7.1
  •   Turkish – Türkçe –  Sürüm 7.1

 

EACS Guidelines 6.1

  •   English – Version 6.1
  •   Greek – Ελληνικά – Έκδοση 6.1
  •   Italian – Italiano – Versione 6.1
  •   Polish – Polskie – Wersja 6.1
  •   Romanian – Română – Versiunea 6.1
  •   Russian – Русский – Версия 6.1
  •   Serbian – Srpski – Verzija 6.1
  •   Slovak – Slovenská – Verzia 6.1

 

EACS Guidelines 6.0

  •   English – Version 6.0
  •   Albanian – Shqip – Versioni 6.0
  •   Croatian – Hrvatski – Verzija 6.0
  •   Macedonian – македонски – Верзија 6.0
  •   Portuguese – Português – Versão 6.0

 

EACS Guidelines 5.0 – English version

EACS Guidelines 4.0 – English version

EACS Guidelines 2007 – English version

EACS Guidelines 2005 – English version

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