Viral infections and the fetus and newborn

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1. vertical transmission

2. factors of fetal/newborn disease

2.1. 1. maternal

2.1.1. immune response

2.1.2. anatomical changes

2.1.3. hormonal changes

2.2. 2.fetal

2.2.1. transplacental mechanism

2.3. 3. viral

2.4. 4. neonatal

3. CMV

3.1. antenatal diagnosis

3.1.1. serology (IgG seroconversion) (IgG avidity)

3.2. intervention

3.2.1. maternal

3.2.2. in-utero

3.3. congenital (infant)

4. HSV

4.1. most women don't realise they have herpes

5. Rubella

5.1. vaccinations

6. Chickenpox

6.1. vaccine preventable

6.2. 5 mths (congenital varicella)

6.3. second/third trimester - may get shingles

6.4. during delivery (severe neonatal disease)

6.5. diagnosis

6.5.1. Ag detection

6.5.2. culture

6.5.3. genome detection (PCR)

6.5.4. serology

7. Parvovirus B19

7.1. infection in pregnancy

7.2. diagnosis/treatmenmt

8. HIV

8.1. 25% to 2%

8.2. PCR at week 1 to diagnose

9. Hep B

10. /