Perinatal Transmission of COVID-19 Associated SARS-CoV-2: Should We Worry?

25 mars 2020

Source : Clinical Infectious Diseases, ciaa226, 17 March 2020

Auteur : Cuifang Fan , Di Lei, Congcong Fang , Chunyan Li , Ming Wang , Yuling Liu , Yan Bao , Yanmei Sun , Jinfa Huang, Yuping Guo, Ying Yu , Suqing Wang


ANALYSE

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Dr REY David

Objectif de l’analyse

Etudier le risque de transmission materno-fœtale.

Point faible

 2 cas cliniques.

Point fort

Prélèvements multiples après l’accouchement, dont le lait maternel.

Conclusion

Faible risque de transmission materno-fœtal.
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ABSTRACT

We presented two cases of COVID-19 associated SARS-CoV-2 infection during third trimester of pregnancy. Both mothers and newborns had excellent outcomes. We failed to identify SARS-CoV-2 in all the products of conception and the newborns. This report provided evidence of low risk of intrauterine infection by vertical transmission of SARSCoV-2.


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