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Prevalence of hiv infection in children in 2017 and 2019 at the general reference hospital of kinkondja in the democratic republic of congo

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Fiston Ilunga Mbayo, Yannick Bienge Nsenga, Gloire Kasongo Lupitshi, Kennedy Twite Nyemba, Gaetan Kabongo Muzinga , Mukeya wa Mpanga, Tamilarassan King, Boaz Bakamwimba and Igor Mujinga Wa Mujinga
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Introduction: The human immunodeficiency virus infection pandemic remains extremely dynamic; it increases and changes in time and space as new transmissions occur. No country in the world is immune to infection. If science, despite its countless progress, has not yet succeeded in eradicating infection in children, the disease continues to decimate our children and its damage is incalculable. Material and method: Our study is descriptive cross-sectional on the frequency of HIV in children aged 0-15 years. Our study took place over a period from January 2017 to December 2019. Results: Out of 2231 patients who consulted KINKONDJA hospital from January 2017 to December 2019, 29 children were infected with HIV, i.e. a proportion of 1.3%. Only 25 files met the inclusion criteria and were analyzed. In our study, the male sex was predominant with 60% against 40% of the female sex, ie a sex ratio of 1.5. The most represented age group in our series was that of 0 to 5 years old with 40% followed by that of 11 to 15 years old with 36% with an average age of 8 (± 4.9) years. Reason consultatio n The majority of patients reside in the Kipamba district, i.e. 28%. Conclusion: The prevalence of HIV infection during the period of our study was 1.3%. The most affected age group is that of 0 - 5 years with a proportion of 40%. The mean age was 8 (± 4.9) years Most of our patients reside in the Kipamba district.

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