Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Universal Rapid Human Immunodeficiency Virus Screening at Delivery: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Table 1

Explanation of three strategies of care at delivery based on scenarios at prenatal care.

ScenarioUniversal screeningStandard of care IStandard of care II

(A) HIV+ (identified during or before prenatal HIV screening) Treated per standard care for known HIV, no intrapartum rapid HIV screening
(B) T1, T3 negative prenatal HIV screening with negative resultIntrapartum rapid HIV screeningUsual careUsual care
(C) T1 negative prenatal HIV screening (no T3 screening)Intrapartum rapid HIV screeningPerforming rapid screeningUsual care
(D) T3 negative prenatal HIV screening with negative result (no T1 screening)Intrapartum rapid HIV screeningUsual careUsual care
(E) No T1 and T3 prenatal HIV screeningIntrapartum rapid HIV screeningIntrapartum rapid HIV screeningIntrapartum rapid HIV screening

T1, the first trimester; T3, the third trimester.

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