Mother-to-child transmission of Chikungunya virus: A systematic review and meta-analysis

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rubella 1 infectiousdiseases

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chikungunya 10497 meta-analysis. We searched PubMed and CINAHL databases (last search 3/2017) using the following terms: “ chikungunya ” and a pregnancy-related term that included any of the following terms: pregnan*, neonat*, perinat*,
chikungunya 19704 pooling, as REM results are unreliable in those cases.Abbreviations: APFD: Antepartum Fetal Deaths; CHIKV: chikungunya virus; CIs: confidence intervals; MTCT: mother to child transmission; NA: not applicable; REM: random
rubella 23382 Tables).Several types of rashes have been noted in such infected newborns including petechial rash, polymorphous rubella like rash, roseola like rash, bullous dermatitis or hyperpigmentation over mid-face, abdomen or extremities

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