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Volume 5
Issue 1
Online publication date 2011-03-01
Title Ways and intensity of vertical transfer of the HCV from infected mothers to children
Author Maria Omarova, Idelbay Shuratov, Aizhan Dzhumagalieva
Abstract Ways and intensity of vertical transfer HCV have been studied before sorts in 29 lying-in women, positive on HCV-RNA. Among newborns from these mothers in serum of blood of umbilical cord at the moment of birth, HCV-RNA is found in 6.8%. The infection of newborns from HCV-RNA positive mother occurs through a placenta and at the time of delivery.
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Keywords HCV, vertical transfer, intranatal
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/mhsj.2011.79
Pages 40-42
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