Determinants Of Mother-to-child Hiv Transmission Among Hiv Exposed Infants In Siaya County,
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Determinants Of Mother-to-child Hiv Transmission Among Hiv Exposed Infants In Siaya County, Kenya
In Kenya, approximately 3.3% to 4% of infants born annually are exposed to HIV due to lack of PMTCT interventions. Factors associated with mother-to-child HIV transmission as not been adequately investigated in Kenya. The study aim was to investigate factors associated with mother-to-child HIV transmission (MTCT) among HIV exposed infants in Siaya County. A retrospective cohort study design was adopted. Data involving 179 HIV exposed infants and their HIV infected mothers were abstracted from maternal child health medical records and retrospectively followed up for 18 months.DownloadViews: 61

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