Prevalence of HIV infection in pregnant women in remote rural areas of Maharastra State, India.

Abstract

In a study of 304 pregnant women, the prevalence of HIV infection in remote rural areas of western India was 0.7% (confidence interval 0.08-2.3%). It is nearly 2(1/2) times higher than the presumed prevalence for this part of the country.

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@article{Arole2005PrevalenceOH, title={Prevalence of HIV infection in pregnant women in remote rural areas of Maharastra State, India.}, author={Shobha Arole and Ramaswamy Premkumar and Rajnikant Arole and Sanjay Madhav Mehendale and Arun R. Risbud and Ramesh Shivram Paranjape}, journal={Tropical doctor}, year={2005}, volume={35 2}, pages={111-2} }