Pediatric HIV

Vertical transmission of HIV from a mother to a child is the main route by which childhood HIV (Pediatric HIV) infection is acquired; the risk of perinatal acquisition is 25-40% without intervention. Perinatal transmission of the infection by the mother to a child accounts for 80% of pediatric HIV disease cases in the United States. In children, HIV symptoms manifest much earlier. Some children with HIV will develop serious signs and symptoms within the first 12–24 months of life. These children are referred to as rapid progressors since they progress very rapidly to AIDS-defining conditions.

  • Conception
  • Diagnosing children
  • Child developmental issues
  • HIV treatment for children and young people
  • Infant feeding

Related Conference of Pediatric HIV

January 27-28, 2020

3rd Global Experts Meeting on Infectious Diseases

Bangkok, Thailand
February 24-25, 2020

7th International Congress on Infectious Diseases

Berlin, Germany
April 27-28, 2020

7th Global Congress on Rare Diseases & Orphan Drug

Istanbul, Turkey
July 22-23, 2020

10th World Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

Barcelona, Spain
August 19-20, 2020

European Summit on HIV, STD and STIs

Milan, Italy
September 28-29, 2020

13th Global Infections Conference

Singapore
September 28-29, 2020

World Congress on Infectious Diseases and Rare Diseases

Osaka, Japan
October 5-6, 2020

12th Euro-Global Conference on Infectious Diseases

Vienna, Austria
November 25-26, 2020

Intercontinental Conference on Infectious Diseases

Tokyo, Japan

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