Dengue en Salud Pública

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Revisión, Dengue, Salud Pública

Resumen

En Ecuador, la enfermedad transmitida por el virus del dengue es un problema de gran preocupación para la salud pública y es posible que las tradicionales actividades sanitarias gubernamentales encaminadas a disminuir el problema no están siendo eficientes. Esto hace necesario redireccionar estas acciones lo que es consistente con el creciente consenso de que ninguna intervención sola será suficiente para controlar esta enfermedad. Si bien, aún la existencia de una vacuna está lejana, a la luz de lo que se sabe hasta ahora, es posible que, por mucho tiempo, se deberá seguir confiando, aunque de manera integrada, en el control de vectores, la vigilancia epidemiológica y el manejo dinámico de la carga de enfermedad. El trabajo que se presenta a continuación trata sobre la forma actual de abordar estas acciones y algunas experiencias.

Biografía del autor/a

Ana Ávila-Chóez, Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina

Especialista en Enfermedades Infecciosas

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2020-09-05

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Ávila-Chóez, A. M. (2020). Dengue en Salud Pública. Ciencia Ecuador , 2(4), 1-7. Recuperado a partir de http://cienciaecuador.com.ec/index.php/ojs/article/view/19

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Ciencias de la Vida, Ciencias Biológicas y Ciencias de la Salud