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The BIMF was slightly modified for this study of Ugandan Children that may have been exposed to in utero/peripartum antiretroviral (IPA) therapy.   In this vulnerable population of caregivers, BIMF scores were in the high 50s [possible range 0-120, where 120 equates to perfect functioning].  In context, these are the lowest BIMF scores we’ve seen to date – though we are looking at caregivers who are not necessarily biological mothers in the postpartum period.

More on “Developmental Disorder Probability Scores at 6–18 Years Old in Relation to In-Utero/Peripartum Antiretroviral Drug Exposure among Ugandan Children” can be found here.