|Title:||Mother-to-child transmission of HIV: An 11-year experience in a single center and HIV prevention effectiveness in Taiwan||Authors:||Huang, Kuan-Ying
|Keywords:||Antiretroviral therapy; Human immunodeficiency virus; Mother-to-child transmission; Opt-out screening; Vertical transmission||Issue Date:||Aug-2019||Publisher:||ELSEVIER TAIWAN||Journal Volume:||118||Journal Issue:||8||Start page/Pages:||1211||Source:||Journal of the Formosan Medical Association = Taiwan yi zhi||Abstract:||
Mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has become an essential global health issue and its elimination is a crucial target. A prenatal "opt-out" HIV screening program was initiated in 2005 in Taiwan. In recent 3 years, approximate screening and MTCT rates were 99% and 2.27% (1/44), respectively. Here, we describe the clinical management of mothers infected with HIV and MTCT rate at National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH), Taipei, Taiwan, in the years after the program was initiated.
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