The proportion of asymptomatic infections and spectrum of disease among pregnant women infected by Zika virus: systematic monitoring in French Guiana, 2016

@inproceedings{Flamand2017ThePO,
  title={The proportion of asymptomatic infections and spectrum of disease among pregnant women infected by Zika virus: systematic monitoring in French Guiana, 2016},
  author={Claude Flamand and Camille Fritzell and S{\'e}verine Matheus and Maryvonne Dueymes and Gabriel Carles and Anne Favre and Antoine Enfissi and Antoine Adde and Magalie Demar and Mirdad Kazanji and Simon Cauchemez and Dominique Rousset},
  booktitle={Euro surveillance : bulletin Europeen sur les maladies transmissibles = European communicable disease bulletin},
  year={2017}
}
Zika virus (ZIKV) infection has been associated with complications during pregnancy. Although the presence of symptoms might be a risk factor for complication, the proportion of ZIKV-infected pregnant women with symptoms remains unknown. Following the emergence of ZIKV in French Guiana, all pregnancies in the territory were monitored by RT-PCR and/or detection of ZIKV antibodies. Follow-up data collected during pregnancy monitoring interviews were analysed from 1 February to 1 June 2016. We… CONTINUE READING
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