Prolonged shedding of zika virus associated with congenital infections. Mendoza Vera Wendy Zulay

Prolonged shedding of zika virus associated with congenital infections. Mendoza Vera Wendy Zulay


hi my name is Elaine Mendoza and I’m going to talk to you about the prolong shedding of Zika virus associated with congenital infections first we have an introduction definition of Zika virus Zika virus is under trouble born flavivirus transmitted by Ida’s mosquitoes the virus is relayed with other flavor virus including dengue virus yellow fever virus etc a little bit of history Zika virus was first identified in Uganda in 1947 in monkey start a network that monitor a yellow fever from 60s to egg this human infections were found across Africa in Asia in October of 2015 Brazil report an association between Zika virus infection and microcephaly then we have a video you can see on the preceding presentation signs and symptoms the symptoms are similar to other abused infections such as dengue and include fever skin rashes must be pain etc applications in medicine transmission as I say take a virus is transmitted to people throughout the bite of an infected Aedes mosquito we have another video prevention it’s important to cover empty or clean potential mosquito breeding sites in and around house cover as much of the body as possible using revelant mosquito nets etc treatment Zika virus requires not as specific treatment people stick with Zika needs to training out treats and treat pain and fever with common medicine pros and cons the cons Zika virus infections during pregnancy is a cause of congenital brain abnormalities including because of folly and Zika is a trigger of another syndromes like young the Embera syndrome we have a video about when you enter brain abnormalities okay the spectrum of congenital abnormalities associated with Zika virus exposure hostages during pregnancy are now are now as fine gentle c-cup viral syndrome but we have a problem today the incidence of Zika has decreased in all the world issue applied in Ecuador in Ecuador case increase from with five and sixty eight percent of cases confirmed in the first week of 2017 come from the province of wires and there is where we live we have another video here and finally we have conclusions Zika is a tropical disease that affects our environment because we live in a tropical Sun and it’s easy to catch the disease but it it’s also possible to prevent if we do not prevent we run the risk of developing not only the infection but also all associate syndromes this is particularly important in pregnant women because exists an enormous tree risk of developing cephalic malformations for the product and finally we have our last media thank you very much

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