Innovative diagnostic technology can save HIV-positive infants
October 12, 2018
A real life story of how of POC EID devices strategically placed at the point where they are direly needed testing for HIV exposed infants in Malawi, are great impact for the infants and their families. Infants born to or breastfed by HIV positive mothers are in need of timely HIV because risk of mortality is highest in the first weeks to months of life . Nearly half of the babies. In 2017, only 51 percent of all HIV-exposed infants were tested for HIV within the recommended first two months of life and only 52 percent of children living with HIV received life-saving ART. For details read full story here.