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Pr c courpotin

Advantages and risks for a child to be exposed to the triple prophylaxis during pregnancy and breastfeedingWhat is the best for the child ?

Pr C. Courpotin

MSF Geneva June 24th 2008


What is the best for the child

What is the best for the child?

  • Not to be HIV infected

  • If infected to be treated as soon as possible

  • This suppose

    • Undetectable VL in mother during pregnancy

    • Access to early diagnosis (PCR)

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Pmtct and triple prophylaxis

PMTCT and triple prophylaxis

  • Most protocols include triple therapy from 28 weeks to…. 6 months if the child is breastfed

  • WHO 2006 . AZT monotherapy from 28 w to delivery and then NVP, AZT,3TC

  • Triple prophylaxis should be proposed starting from 28 weeks until 6 months if breast feeding

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Pmtct and triple prophylaxis1

PMTCT and triple prophylaxis

  • Child is exposed to ARV at two different periods through two different mechanisms

    • During pregnancy (transplacental transfer)

    • During breast feeding (through breast milk)

  • Which prophylaxis ?

    AZT + 3TC + EFV

    Or ?

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Advantages of triple prophylaxis for the child

Advantages of triple prophylaxis for the child

  • During the whole process (pregnancy + breastfeeding) :

    • low and efficient PMTCT +++

  • During breastfeeding : it allows

    • Respect of breastfeeding

      • Nutritional advantages

      • Immunological advantages

    • Respect of cultural practices

    • Decreased stigmatization for the mother

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Benefits of breast feeding with triple prophylaxis

Benefits of breast feeding with triple prophylaxis

  • Low risk of transmission :

    • Amata study : 1.6 % (0.6 % BF)

    • Mitra plus study : 5 % ( 0.9% BF)

    • Kisumu breast feeding study : 5.9 % (3.5% BF by 12 months)

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Risks of triple prophylaxis for the child

Risks of triple prophylaxis for the child

  • During the whole process (pregnancy + breastfeeding) :

    • Persistent risk of MTC transmission even if very low (< 1% on 6 months)

    • Risk of ART toxicity (placental and breast milk transfer)

    • Risk of acquired resistances and impact on future treatment in case of contamination

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Is there a risk of toxicity in breastfed children with mother on art

Is there a risk of toxicity in breastfed children with mother on ART ?

CROI 2008 abstract 72 M.Mirochnick et al

  • Analysing 45 plasma, 35 breast milk and 42 DBS obtained from 15 infants-mothers pairs with mother receiving AZT + 3TC + NVP (Kisumu breasttfeeding study / Uganda) it appears that :

  • In BM :

    • ZDV : low concentrations

    • 3TC : concentrates in BM ( > plasma)

    • NVP : concentrates in BM ( > 3400 ng/ml therapeutic drug monitoring program in some children (risk of potential drug toxicity, partial HIVsuppession and development of drug resistance)

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Is there a risk of acquired resistance in the child

Is there a risk of acquired resistance in the child ?

  • Yes through 2 mecanisms :

    • Transmisssion of a resistant virus

    • Acquired resistance due to ARV concentration in breast milk

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Child and triple prophylaxis during pregnancy and breast feeding

Child and triple prophylaxis during pregnancy and breast feeding

  • Balance beetween benefits and risks

  • Low transmission vs acquired resistances

  • No life (80 % mortality within 2 years) against life with….

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Triple prophylaxis and late coming of the mother or incomplete protocols

Triple prophylaxis and late coming of the mother or incomplete protocols

  • Mother’s VL should be undetectable at the time of the onset of breast feeding

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Should we treat the child and not the mother

Should we treat the child and not the mother ?

  • Yes, it is possible to give prophylaxis to the child

  • But it acts in a different way :

    • Mother : indetectable VL

    • Infant : post exposure prophylaxis

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SIMBA: (Stopping Infection from Mother-to-child from Breastfeeding in Africa) – Prophylaxie chez l’enfantVyankandondera J et al. IAS Meeting, Paris France 2003

Protection de l’enfant par une prophylaxie de 6 mois par

3TC vs NVP avec un allaitement maternel exclusif

Bras 1:

AZT +ddI début 36 s

AZT

+ddI

Mère: AZT

+ ddI x 1 sem

Enfant: 3TC x 6 mois

Bras 2:

AZT +ddI

début 36 s

AZT

+ddI

Mère: AZT

+ ddI x 1 sem

Enfant: NVP x 6 mois

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SIMBA“Package” résultats : 2% de transmission Intrapartum/Postnatale .Vyankandondera J et al. IAS Meeting, Paris, France 2003

Naissance

< 4 sem.

4 sem. – 6mois

Taux de transmission

6%

1 %

1 %

8 %

(Pas de différence significative entre les 2 bras : 3TC vs NVP)

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Which prophylaxis for the child

Which prophylaxis for the child ?

  • Acording to WHO 2006 :

    • Sd-NVPand AZT for one week

    • If the mother receives less than four weeks of AZT before delivery, the AZT dose for the infant should be extended to four weeks

  • If prophylaxis to protect breast feeding

    AZT+ 3TC + NVP

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Which treatment if the child is infected

Which treatment if the child is infected ?

  • WHO april 2008 :

    • All infants under 12 months of age with confirmed HIV infection should be started on antiretroviral therapy, irrespective of clinical or immunological stage.

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Criteria to start art who april 2008

Criteria to start ART(WHO april 2008)

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Who april 2008

WHO april 2008

  • RECOMMENDATION:

    • For HIV infected infants with a history of exposure to single dose nevirapine or non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor containing maternal antiretroviral therapy or preventive antiretroviral regimens, a protease inhibitor-based triple antiretroviral therapy regimen should be started.

    • Where protease inhibitors are not available, affordable or feasible, nevirapine-based therapy should be used.

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Recommended first line regimen in children

Recommended first line regimen in children

2 NRTI + 1 IP/r

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Conclusion 1

Conclusion 1

  • PMTCT with triple therapy lower the risk of MTC transmission

  • Formula feeding is without risk for HIV transmission but …

  • Alternative feeding option should be proposed as triple prophylaxis protected breast feeding for 6 months

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Conclusion 2

Conclusion 2

  • But for an efficient PMTCT efforts should be made on

  • Follow up of the children (too many lost for follow up)

  • Organization of PMTCT in term of

    • Human resources

    • monitoring (laboratory exam)

    • Community support

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Thank You !

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