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Virus Prevention for HIV Perinatal Transmission

Im really confused on this topic after reading multiple sources.

how is perinatal transmission of HIV prevented?


Anyone?
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Zdv full dose trimester 2and 3 plus 6 weeks to neonate -reduces vertical transmission by 80%.zdv restricted to intrapartum period,or nevirapine one dose at onset of delivery +one dose to neonate reduces transmission by 50 to 60%

in needle stick -zdv +3tc,1month but in high risk -zdv+3tc+indinavir
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