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Firma convenio de colaboración clúster médico con la Comisión de Arbitraje Médico

– El objetivo es promover la profesionalización y actualización del personal que presta el servicio de salud en la región. TIJUANA.- El Clúster médico de Baja California firmó convenio de colaboración con la Comisión de Arbitraje Médico para fortalecer la profesionalización y certificación de la praxis médica privada en la región, […]

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What to Know About Monkeypox

Medical and public health officials are concerned—and puzzled—by the increasing number of confirmed monkeypox cases in countries outside central and western Africa, where the virus is endemic. In the past 5 years, scientists have confirmed only 8 cases where travelers carried monkeypox to countries outside Africa, including 2 cases last year in […]

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COVID-19 Reinfections 

Practice Essentials The definition of COVID-19 reinfection has evolved since early 2021. Fundamentally, it describes an infected individual who has been fully vaccinated, with or without a booster or boosters, and becomes infected with COVID-19 again. The CDC more precisely defines it as COVID-19 infection of a given person with […]

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Unexplained Acute Pediatric Hepatitis Cases Worldwide

The CDC is investigating 180 reports of unexplained acute hepatitis among pediatric patients in 36 states and territories, including 5 deaths, over the past 7 months, the agency announced on May 18. Nine percent of the patients required liver transplants. About 340 additional cases have been reported worldwide, according to a May […]

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Dispensing of Oral Antiviral Drugs for Treatment of COVID-19 by Zip Code–Level Social Vulnerability — United States, December 23, 2021–May 21, 2022

Summary What is already known about this topic? Lagevrio and Paxlovid are oral antiviral drugs effective at preventing hospitalization and death in patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 who are at risk for progression to severe disease. What is added by this report? During December 23, 2021–May 21, 2022, 1,076,762 […]

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Laboratory Diagnostics and Testing Guidance for COVID-19 

Laboratory Studies Because the signs and symptoms of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may overlap with those of other respiratory pathogens, it is important to perform laboratory testing to specifically identify symptomatic individuals infected with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Moreover, it is estimated that up to 40% of people with SARS-CoV-2 infection […]

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Pregnant Women With Monkeypox Advised to Have C-Section

Pregnant women with monkeypox will be advised to give birth by C-section to avoid infecting their baby during delivery, according to a new paper in Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology. The risk of monkeypox infection remains low for the general public, the authors wrote, though cases continue to grow worldwide, particularly in the U.K. “We […]

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Escabiosis: aumento de casos en España en el contexto pandémico y potencial fracaso terapéutico

 De la percepción de los especialistas en la práctica diaria a la evidencia: la escabiosis (sarna) se ha convertido en un nuevo desafío “en tiempo real” para los dermatólogos, especialmente a partir de la irrupción de la pandemia de la COVID-19.[1] Dra. Yolanda Gilaberte/Fuente: EADV “La escabiosis siempre ha estado presente en […]

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