[Recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of the pregnant woman and child with Chagas disease. Sociedad Española de Infectología Pediátrica. Sociedad de Enfermedades Infecciosas y Microbiología Clínica. Sociedad Española de Ginecología y Obstetricia].

@article{GonzlezTom2013RecommendationsFT,
  title={[Recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of the pregnant woman and child with Chagas disease. Sociedad Espa{\~n}ola de Infectolog{\'i}a Pedi{\'a}trica. Sociedad de Enfermedades Infecciosas y Microbiolog{\'i}a Cl{\'i}nica. Sociedad Espa{\~n}ola de Ginecolog{\'i}a y Obstetricia].},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Isabel Gonz{\'a}lez-Tom{\'e} and Mercedes Rivera Cuello and Isabel Cama{\~n}o Gutierrez and Francesca Norman and Mar{\'i}a Delmans Flores-Ch{\'a}vez and Leire Rodr{\'i}guez-G{\'o}mez and Victoria Fumad{\'o} and Milagros Garc{\'i}a-L{\'o}pez Hortelano and Rogelio L{\'o}pez-V{\'e}lez and Luis Ignacio Gonzalez-Granado and Antonio Garc{\'i}a-Burguillo and Mar{\'i}a Del Mar Santos Sebasti{\'a}n and Olatz Avila Arzanegui},
  journal={Enfermedades infecciosas y microbiologia clinica},
  year={2013},
  volume={31 8},
  pages={
          535-42
        }
}
Congenital transmission of Chagas disease now occurs in areas where the disease is non-endemic, and also from one generation to another. According to epidemiological data from Latin America, the prevalence of the disease in pregnant women is 0.7%-54%, and the prevalence of vertical transmission is around 5%-6%. Congenital T. cruzi infection is an acute infection in newborns that should be treated with anti-parasitic therapy. The treatment of pregnant women could also have an impact on the… CONTINUE READING
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