WHO Pregnancy Management in the Context of Zika Virus
The aim of this document is to provide interim guidance for interventions to reduce the risk of maternal Zika virus infection and to manage potential complications during pregnancy.
This guidance is based on the best available research evidence and covers areas prioritized by an international, multidisciplinary group of health care professionals and other stakeholders. Specifically, it presents guidance for preventing Zika virus infection;antenatal care and management of women with infection; and care during pregnancy for all pregnant women living in affected areas, with the aim of optimizing health outcomes for mothers and newborns. The guidance is intended to inform the development of national and local clinical protocols and health policies that relate to pregnancy care in the context of Zika virus transmission. It is not intended to provide a comprehensive practical guide for the prevention and management of Zika virus infections.
- Zika and Pregnancy: Questions and Answers
- Prevention of Sexual Transmission of Zika Virus
- Zika Virus Global Emergency Response Plan
- Risk Communication and Community Engagement for Zika Virus Prevention and Control
- Zika Virus Disease: Questions and Answers
- Zika Virus Facts
- Family Planning Global Handbook
- Community Mosquito Control
- Zika Virus Disease Outbreaks
- Technical Specifications Content Guide for Behaviors with High Potential to Prevent Zika
March 25, 2019