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a. Perinatal transmission risk is less than 1% for women with an HIV viral load below the level of detection at delivery.
b. There have been numerous case reports of pregnancies complicated by neural tube defects among women using first-trimester efavirenz.
c. Amniocentesis appears safe among HIV-infected women on antiretroviral therapy.
d. First-trimester trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole has been associated with birth defects in population-based studies.
e. TDaP vaccination for pregnant women with HIV should be avoided.
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