Dr. Sana Mushtaq, Mohammad Jalil, Dr Yumna Sarmad
Aim: To this day, HIV/AIDS remains a 21st century threat. The overall pace of new HIV infections are steadily decreasing in some countries, but there is still a burden of disease in Asia. A few surveys have shown that 73 to 95 percent of the Patients infected with HIV have manifestations in the ears, nose and throat. The purpose of this survey was to Recognize the extent of ENT signs in HIV-infected patients. at KCMC based on age, gender and CD4 counts. Methods: It is an illustrative cross sectional examination directed to the KCMC clinic including HIV infected patients who visited HIV treatment centers. Our current research was conducted at Services Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. Advantageous tests were used to obtain study members, and 200 patients were recruited. in the exam. Information was collected through a patient survey, and the results were being investigated using SPSS restitution 24. Results: Sixty-eight (38%) of the 200 HIV-infected patients had ENT indications. The most The age group influenced was 0 to 9 years of age. The onset of ENT was more common in women. (23.5%) than in men (10.5%). Those with CD4 cells check under 200cells/μL in addition it was a strong ubiquity (56.3%). Conclusion: This survey showed that 33% of the population under consideration presented ENT signs. All clinical experts should be aware of the ENT signs in HIV-infected people. to ensure early and appropriate mediation. Keywords: Ear, Nose and Throat, Surgery Evidence, HIV-Positive, Punjab Province.