Virology & Antiviral Research 2324-8955

Research Article, J Virol Antivir Res Vol: 6 Issue: 1

A Steady State Solution Method for HIV/AIDS Model for the Assesment, Monitoring, Control and Evaluation of Confirmed Status with Vertical Transmission in Nigeria

Capt (NN) MO Oladejo and Ali Onuche John*
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Nigerian Defence Academy,Kaduna State, Nigeria
Corresponding author : Ali Onuche John
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna State, Nigeria
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Received: January 05, 2017 Accepted: January 18, 2017 Published: January 25, 2017
Citation: Oladejo NNM, John AO (2017) A Steady State Solution Method for HIV/AIDS Model for the Assesment, Monitoring, Control and Evaluation of Confirmed Status with Vertical Transmission in Nigeria. J Virol Antivir Res 6:1. doi: 10.4172/2324-8955.1000166

Abstract

HIV is a deadly virus transmitted either through having of unprotected sex, mother to child transmission, sharing of unsterilized objects that is capable of making cut or wounds on the body or blood or bodily fluid transmission. AIDS has no permanent cure but remedies that help in suppressing the power effect of the virus are available. Previous studies show that the epidemic claimed more lives via vertical transmission, mother-to-child transmission, blood transfusion, and sexual intercourse, injection drug users. The associated models were derived using diagnosis and treatments records of confirmed status of HIV/AIDS clients. A new model analyses were proposed that could handle cases of HIV/AIDS routes of transmission and treatments via vertical, mother-to-child, blood transfusion, sexual intercourse, injection drug users that were not considered in previous studies. The new model was solved using Steady state. The new model is a major contribution for optimal assessment, monitoring, evaluation, control and management of HIV/AIDS.

Keywords: HIV/AIDS; Mother-to-child; Sexual intercourse; Injection drug users; Blood transfusion; Mathematical models; Transition diagrams; Analytic framework

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