Prevention of mother to child transmission of diseases has been standardized

On November 25, the National Health Commission issued the “prevention of mother to child transmission of AIDS, syphilis and hepatitis B”, which defined the key tasks and work requirements for the next stage. According to the standard, comprehensive intervention services for prevention of mother to child transmission should be comprehensively and standardized to reduce mother to child transmission of related diseases. By the end of 2025, the prevalence rate of AIDS and syphilis among pregnant and lying in women should be more than 95%, the anti HIV drug use rate of HIV infected pregnant women should be more than 95%, the syphilis treatment rate of pregnant women infected with syphilis should be more than 95%, and the first dose of children born to pregnant women infected with hepatitis B should be the first dose The timely vaccination rate of hepatitis B vaccine was more than 95%. < p > < p > < p > < p > < p > the “specification” proposed that all pregnant women should be provided with AIDS, syphilis and counseling services as soon as possible. For pregnant women in areas with relatively severe epidemic situation or high risk of infection, they should be tested again in the third trimester of pregnancy. The pregnant and lying in women who did not know the infection status before delivery should be treated according to the infected person in principle, and the intervention measures to prevent mother to child transmission should be implemented in time. < p > < p > < p > < p > according to the standard, it is necessary to provide standardized maternal and perinatal health care services for infected pregnant women, strictly implement the five systems of maternal and infant safety, bring the eligible infected pregnant women into the “purple” pregnancy risk classification, and implement the special management of high-risk pregnant women. Strengthen the whole course of pregnancy follow-up, mobilize the infected pregnant women’s spouses / sexual partners to carry out relevant tests. Objective to provide safe midwifery services for infected pregnant women, promote natural childbirth and avoid infection as the indication of cesarean section. Implement standard protective measures to reduce the transmission of disease during delivery. We should strengthen contraceptive guidance and consultation, help pregnant women formulate appropriate family planning, and reduce unwanted pregnancy and disease transmission. Through various forms and channels, we will provide comprehensive care services such as health consultation, psychological and social support for infected pregnant women and their families, and strive to create a non discriminatory medical environment and social atmosphere.