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International Archives of Medicine
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Nursing care for mother-to-child transmission of HIV

Objective: To evaluate, through the literature, the relevance of neonatal care, through professional training in qualified and humanized care, with a view to reducing child mortality.

Method: An integrative review of the international scientific literature was carried out, in order to answer the following question: “How does neonatal care, through professional training, have the most qualified and humanized assistance in order to reduce infant mortality?” Eight articles were analyzed, which gave rise to three categories: Assistance aimed at HIV + pregnant women; Alternative breastfeeding and The role of Nursing in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission in the puerperal gravid cycle.

Conclusion: Structural actions of promotion and prevention are important measures of health education in the reduction of infant mortality, with nursing having a important role in guaranteeing them.

from International Archives of Medicine

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