perinatally


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per·i·na·tal

 (pĕr′ə-nāt′l)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being the period around childbirth, especially the five months before and one month after birth: perinatal mortality; perinatal care.

per′i·na′tal·ly adv.

perinatally

(ˌpɛrɪˈneɪtəlɪ)
adv
(Biology) biology during the perinatal period; before birth
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An increasing number of children who were infected with HIV perinatally are surviving into adolescence.
On average, perinatally HIV-infected children were much less likely to have protective levels of antibodies against measles, mumps and rubella than children whose mothers had HIV but did not contract the virus themselves.
So the question is, in HIV-infected people who are infected at a very early age, including those infected perinatally, whether another kind of screening measure is indicated.
1% acquired the infection perinatally (Pediatrics 2014 [doi:10.
Rates and correlates of antiretroviral use and virologic suppression among perinatally and behaviorally HIV-infected youth linked to care in the United States.
Through these interventions, WRHI will identify and initiate on ART 80% of Perinatally and behaviorally infected ALHIV requiring treatment and support retention of more than 80% after 3 years.
Furthermore, DiNP exposure in rats during gestation and perinatally increased the incidence of reproductive malformations in male offspring and caused alterations in fetal testicular testosterone production (Borch et al.
3) Cerebral palsy is caused by damage to the central nervous system during brain development prenatally, perinatally or postnatally.
Untreated perinatally HIV-infected (PHIV) children are at increased risk of central nervous system (CNS) sequelae compared with HIV-infected children who begin antiretroviral therapy (ART) in infancy.
This can affect more than 60% of those with perinatally acquired HIV specifically, and 30-60% of women living with HIV overall;[sup.
People living with HIV are living much longer now than early in the epidemic, including children who were perinatally infected (in whom HIV was transmitted through the birth process from their mother).
It was this research that demonstrated a two-thirds decline in perinatally transmitted HIV when AZT therapy was started during pregnancy.