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OUTCOME OF THE PREVENTION MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISION (PMTCT) PROGRAMME AT MOHAMMAD HOESIN HOSPITAL PALEMBANG Herti Perdana Putri,

R.A Myrna Alia, Yusmala Helmi Department of Child Health, Faculty of medicine, Sriwijaya University Mohammad Hoesin Hospital, Palembang

Abstract Background The risk of virus transmission from HIV infected mother to her baby was 20-45%. This risk can be reduce to as low as 2 % if the mother and the baby enrolled PMTCT programme. Objective To describe the outcome of PMTCT programme at Mohammad Hoesin Hospital Methods Data were collected from medical record from February 2008 to February 2013. Results From February 2008 to February 2013, there were 26 infants, 9 boys and 17 girls were born from HIV infected mothers enrolled PMTCT program. Mothers acquired the infection from blood tranfusion 1 patient and sexual intercourse 25 patients. Mothers education were junior high school 1 patient, senior high school 24 patients and college 1 patient. Nine mothers live outside Palembang and 17 mothers are Palembang citizen. Among this infant 4 were low bithweigthed and 22 were normoweighted. During follow up, 14 were in good nutritional status and 12 were undernourished. Eighteen infants have complete the programme and 8 still underwent the programme. At the age of 18 months,18 patients were tested and only 1 baby confirmed positive, this baby was still breastfed althought it was prohibited. Conclusion PMTCT program reduces HIV transmision in infant. Keywords: profil,infant,PMTCT