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Psychosocial and behavioral correlates of depression among HIV-infected pregnant women.
This study addressed two aims: (1) to assess the level of depressive symptoms among pregnant, HIV-infected racial and ethnic minority women and (2) to identify potentially modifiable factorsExpand
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Infant birth weight among women with or at high risk for HIV infection: the impact of clinical, behavioral, psychosocial, and demographic factors.
The purpose of these analyses was to provide a prospective examination of the impact of HIV on birth weight using clinical, behavioral, psychosocial, and demographic correlates. HIV-positive (n =Expand
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Barriers to universal prenatal HIV testing in 4 US locations in 1997.
OBJECTIVES We determined rates of prenatal HIV testing and investigated barriers to testing. METHODS We surveyed 1362 representative parturient women from 7 hospitals in 4 locations of the UnitedExpand
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HIV-1 sensitivity to zidovudine and clinical outcome in children
In adults with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, long-term monotherapy with zidovudine selects for human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) strains with substantially reduced in-vitroExpand
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HIV-1 infected women and prenatal care utilization: barriers and facilitators.
In an effort to understand issues affecting prenatal care access and utilization from the perspectives of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected women who receive inadequate prenatal care, weExpand
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Contraception use, family planning, and unprotected sex: few differences among HIV-infected and uninfected postpartum women in four US states.
To describe pregnancy intentions and contraceptive use among a postpartum sample of women with and at risk for HIV infection, 258 HIV-seropositive and 228 HIV-seronegative women were recruited fromExpand
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Acceptance of HIV testing during prenatal care. Perinatal Guidelines Evaluation Project.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to assess the factors associated with acceptance of HIV testing during pregnancy on the part of women receiving prenatal care at public clinics. METHODSExpand
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A comparison of height and weight velocity as a part of the composite endpoint in pediatric HIV
Background: HIV adversely affects growth in children. Pediatric AIDS Clinical Trial Group (PACTG) protocols often use weight velocity [changes in weight z-score for age (WAZ)] as a part of theExpand
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Self-reported zidovudine adherence among pregnant women with human immunodeficiency virus infection in four US states.
OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to identify clinical and psychosocial factors associated with rates of prenatal zidovudine use and adherence among human immunodeficiency virus-infected pregnant women. Expand
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New Mothers' Knowledge and Attitudes About Perinatal Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
Objectives To assess new mothers' attitudes toward perinatal human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing, their knowledge about perinatal HIV, and their trust of government and scientists. Methods InExpand
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