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Sistema de vigilancia de eventos adversos consecutivos a la vacunación en la República de Cuba
Galindo Sardia,Miguel ángel; Pérez Rodríguez,Antonio;
Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical , 1999,
Abstract: we briefly sets forth the design of a surveillance system of adverse events as a part of the vaccination program in cuba since it has had a world impact and thus, the real scope of such events can be known in the country. on the other hand, this system may be useful for cuban vaccine-producing industries to prove innocousness of their products after these being licensed. family physician and nurse program which covers 98 % of the cuban population will make the active-passive surveillance of all those persons who had been vaccinated in a territory possible. this surveillance system will be able to measure risks of adverse events by vaccine, age, number of doses, province and municipalities and by batch and manufacturer so that the causes leading to those events can be known. for this reason, it will contribute to improve the quality of services, protect the vaccination quality and upgrade the cuban surveillance system.
Sistema de vigilancia de eventos adversos consecutivos a la vacunación en la República de Cuba
Belkis María Galindo Santana,Miguel ángel Galindo Sardia,Antonio Pérez Rodríguez
Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical , 1999,
Abstract: Se expuso brevemente el dise o del sistema de vigilancia de eventos adversos como parte integrante del Programa de Vacunación en Cuba, pues ha logrado alcanzar un impacto en el nivel mundial y así se puede conocer la magnitud real de estos eventos en el país. Por otra parte este sistema puede resultar muy útil a las industrias cubanas productoras de vacunas para demostrar la inocuidad de sus productos después de su licenciamiento. La presencia del médico y la enfermera de la familia, que cubren casi 98 % de la población cubana, permitirá realizar la vigilancia activa-pasiva de todas las personas vacunadas dentro de su territorio. Este sistema será capaz de medir el riesgo de eventos adversos por vacunas, por edad, por número de dosis, por provincias y municipios, por lote y fabricante; de manera que permitirá conocer las causas por las cuales se producen estos eventos. Por esta razón contribuirá a mejorar la calidad de estos servicios, a proteger la calidad de la vacunación y también a perfeccionar el sistema de vigilancia cubano. We briefly sets forth the design of a surveillance system of adverse events as a part of the Vaccination Program in Cuba since it has had a world impact and thus, the real scope of such events can be known in the country. On the other hand, this system may be useful for Cuban vaccine-producing industries to prove innocousness of their products after these being licensed. Family physician and nurse program which covers 98 % of the Cuban population will make the active-passive surveillance of all those persons who had been vaccinated in a territory possible. This surveillance system will be able to measure risks of adverse events by vaccine, age, number of doses, province and municipalities and by batch and manufacturer so that the causes leading to those events can be known. For this reason, it will contribute to improve the quality of services, protect the vaccination quality and upgrade the Cuban surveillance system.
El sarampión: una realidad y un desafío
Carballo López,María Teresa; García Torres,Milady; Galindo Sardia,Miguel ángel;
Revista Cubana de Higiene y Epidemiolog?-a , 1998,
Abstract: the historical antecedents of measles, and the fundamental aspects of the virus are presented in this paper. some of its characteristics such as the causal agent and its diverse complications, as well as the techniques used for the diagnosis and the development of measles vaccines since their appearance up to now are also approached. reference is also made to the epidemiological aspects and to the situation of this disease in cuba.
El sarampión: una realidad y un desafío
María Teresa Carballo López,Milady García Torres,Miguel ángel Galindo Sardia
Revista Cubana de Higiene y Epidemiología , 1998,
Abstract: Se presentan los antecedentes históricos del sarampión, los aspectos fundamentales del virus, se relacionan algunas características como: el agente causal y sus diversas complicaciones, las técnicas empleadas para el diagnóstico y el desarrollo de las vacunas antisarampionosas desde que surgieron hasta la actualidad. Además, se hace referencia a los aspectos epidemiológicos y la situación de dicha enfermedad en Cuba. The historical antecedents of measles, and the fundamental aspects of the virus are presented in this paper. Some of its characteristics such as the causal agent and its diverse complications, as well as the techniques used for the diagnosis and the development of measles vaccines since their appearance up to now are also approached. Reference is also made to the epidemiological aspects and to the situation of this disease in Cuba.
Vigilancia activa de eventos adversos a la vacuna Pandemrix para prevenir la influenza AH1N1 en Cuba Active surveillance of adverse effects of Pandemrix vaccine to prevent influenza A(H1N1) in Cuba
Belkys María Galindo Santana,Otto Reinaldo Peláez Sánchez,Miguel Angel Galindo Sardia,Milagros Leon Villafuerte
Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical , 2011,
Abstract: Introducción: en abril de 2009, en México y Norteamérica, un nuevo virus fue identificado como causa de enfermedad respiratoria, el cual se expandió rápidamente a otros países. El 11 de junio de 2009 la Organización Mundial de la Salud notificó casos en 74 países y territorios, en 2 de sus regiones. Esta transmisión elevada y sostenida de este virus en el mundo, propició que se estableciera la fase 6 o de pandemia, lo cual indicó que la situación implicaba diseminación y no mayor gravedad. Objetivos: reportar los eventos conocidos o nuevos tras la aplicación de la vacuna A (H1N1) Pandemrix, identificar los eventos más frecuentes en las embarazadas e investigar de inmediato los eventos severos asociados. Métodos: se dise ó un estudio descriptivo prospectivo para caracterizar los eventos adversos a la vacuna Pandemrix, reportados en todo el país desde el Primero de abril hasta el 30 de junio de 2010. Se vacunaron 1 123 526 personas y se cubrió 100 % de las embarazadas. Resultados: de la vigilancia activa desarrollada en el país se reportaron 5 763 síntomas y signos en 3 401 personas (615 reportes en embarazadas). La tasa general de reportes fue de 302,7 x 100 000 dosis aplicadas. Los eventos adversos: fiebre, cefalea, dolor, inflamación y enrojecimiento en el sitio de inyección, decaimiento, artralgia, manifestaciones alérgicas, vómitos y náuseas como síntomas más frecuentes. Estos 10 síntomas y signos representan 79,1 % del total de eventos reportados. Se vacunó un total de 80 317 embarazadas, de las cuales 615 reportaron eventos adversos, lo que representa 0,8 % del total de gestantes vacunadas. En los ni os la fiebre fue el síntoma que más notificaciones produjo (193), seguido de reacciones locales en el sitio de inyección (23), vómitos (20) artralgias (17), cefalea (11), decaimiento (10) y convulsiones relacionadas con fiebre (6). Se investigaron 8 eventos como severos. Conclusiones: con la aplicación de la vacuna estaban relacionados 3 eventos, otros 3 no relacionados con la aplicación de la vacuna y en 2 se decidió que eran no concluyentes (2 abortos espontáneos). No se reportaron fallecidos. Se demostró la capacidad del sistema de salud cubano para la aplicación de la vacuna con una vigilancia activa en un corto período de tiempo. En los datos derivados de la vigilancia de eventos supuestamente atribuidos a la vacunación o inmunización, no se reportó ningún evento inusual, por lo que no se sugieren problemas de seguridad relacionados con la vacuna Pandemrix. Introduction: in April 2009, a new virus was identified in Mexico and North America as the c
Sífilis: pasado y presente
Berdasquera Corcho,Denis; Lazo álvarez,Miguel ángel; Galindo Santana,Belkys María; Gala González,Angela;
Revista Cubana de Higiene y Epidemiolog?-a , 2004,
Abstract: syphilis is one of the sexually transmitted infections that surpassed only by hiv/aids has had devastating effects for humanity and it is still a health problem nowadays. in this paper, a documental review of the topic is made, and the historical evolution of the disease is exposed, starting from 2 views that try to give a scientific explanation: the first states that syphilis originated itself in the americas and that it was later carried by the spanish conquerors to the european continent; whereas the other asserts that syphilis had a common origin in europe, the near east and africa. regardless its origin, it caused great epidemics and during the xv and xvi centuries 15 % of the european population suffered from it and thousands of people died because of it. from the xx century on, a series of important discoveries took place in this sense, such as the treatment of the disease, and it was thought that it would not be a health problem any longer; however, it is still a scourge for humanity.
Sífilis: pasado y presente Syphilis: past and present
Denis Berdasquera Corcho,Miguel ángel Lazo álvarez,Belkys María Galindo Santana,Angela Gala González
Revista Cubana de Higiene y Epidemiología , 2004,
Abstract: La sífilis es una de las infecciones de transmisión sexual que, superada solamente por el VIH/SIDA, ha tenido efectos devastadores en la humanidad y aún constituye un problema de salud. En este artículo se hace una revisión documental del tema, y se expone la evolución histórica de esta enfermedad a partir de 2 vertientes que intentan brindarle una explicación científica: la primera es la que sitúa el origen de la sífilis en las Américas y que fue posteriormente llevada por los conquistadores espa oles al continente europeo, y la otra es la teoría que plantea un origen común que la sitúa en Europa, Cercano Oriente y áfrica. No obstante su origen, la sífilis causó grandes epidemias, y durante los siglos XV y XVI, alrededor del 15 % de la población europea la padecía, mientras había ocasionado en ella miles de muertes. A partir del siglo XX, cuando se suceden una serie de descubrimientos importantes en este sentido, dentro de los que se encuentra el tratamiento de la enfermedad, se pensaba que esta dejaría de constituir un problema de salud; sin embargo, aun continúa siendo un azote para la humanidad. Syphilis is one of the sexually transmitted infections that surpassed only by HIV/AIDS has had devastating effects for humanity and it is still a health problem nowadays. In this paper, a documental review of the topic is made, and the historical evolution of the disease is exposed, starting from 2 views that try to give a scientific explanation: the first states that syphilis originated itself in the Americas and that it was later carried by the Spanish conquerors to the European continent; whereas the other asserts that syphilis had a common origin in Europe, the Near East and Africa. Regardless its origin, it caused great epidemics and during the XV and XVI centuries 15 % of the European population suffered from it and thousands of people died because of it. From the XX century on, a series of important discoveries took place in this sense, such as the treatment of the disease, and it was thought that it would not be a health problem any longer; however, it is still a scourge for humanity.
Innovation and Economic Growth: Factors that Encourages Innovation
Miguelngel Galindo Martín,Domingo Ribeiro,María Teresa Méndez Picazo
Cuadernos de Gestión , 2012,
Abstract: The goal of this paper is to analyze the role played by innovations on economic activity. In this sense, the relationship between innovation and economic growth is studied, being economic growth the current main objective of economic policy to reduce unemployment and to increase social welfare. To carry out this analysis we base on Schumpeter's model, playing entrepreneurship and social climate an important role in the process. The empirical analysis an innovations equation for the case of 11 developed countries is included, showing that the social climate, represented by the training and income distribution, and monetary policy, represented by money supply, stimulate innovations.
Vigilancia activa de eventos adversos a la vacuna Pandemrix para prevenir la influenza AH1N1 en Cuba
Galindo Santana,Belkys María; Peláez Sánchez,Otto Reinaldo; Galindo Sardia,Miguel Angel; Leon Villafuerte,Milagros; Concepción Díaz,Damarys; Estruch Ranca?o,Luis; Martínez Sánchez,Raydel; Santín Pe?a,Manuel;
Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical , 2011,
Abstract: introduction: in april 2009, a new virus was identified in mexico and north america as the cause of a respiratory disease. the virus quickly spread over other countries. on june 11, 2009 the world health organization (who) reported cases in 74 countries and territories located in 2 of its regions. the high sustained transmission of this virus worldwide led to establish the phase 6 or the pandemic phase, indicating that the situation had to do with spreading rather than increased severity. objectives: to report on already known or new events after the administration of vaccine a(h1n1) called pandemrix, to identify the most frequent events occurred in pregnant women and to research into the associated severe events. methods: a prospective descriptive study was designed to characterize the adverse effects of pandemrix reported across the country from april 1st to june 30th, 2010. a total of 1,123,526 people were vaccinated in which 100 % of pregnant women were included. results: active surveillance nationwide reported 5 763 signs and symptoms detected in 3 401 people (615 reports from pregnant women). the overall rate of reports was 302.7 x 100 000 doses administered. adverse events such as fever, headache, pain, swelling and redness at the injection site, malaise, arthralgia, allergic reactions, nausea and vomiting were reported as common symptoms. these 10 symptoms and signs accounted for 79.1 % of all the reported events. a total number of 80 317 pregnant women were vaccinated of whom 615 reported adverse effects, accounting for 0.8 % of the vaccinated pregnant women. fever was the most notified symptom in children (193) followed by local reactions at the injection site (23), vomiting (20), arthralgia (17), headache (11), malaise (10) and high fever-related seizures (6). eight events were analyzed as severe. conclusions: the administration of the vaccine was related to 3 events, unrelated to other 3 events and 2 were classified as inconclusive (3 miscarriages). no d
LA LIBERTAD RELIGIOSA EN LA DOCTRINA SOCIAL DE LA IGLESIA
Galindo García,ángel;
Veritas , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-92732011000100007
Abstract: in this article the author explains the peculiar historical development of religious freedom in the social doctrine of the church. begins his exposition with the teaching of pope leo xiii to reach what is considered as the ?magna carta? of the church on religious freedom, ie dignitatis humanae declaration of vatican ii. this also outlines the further development and practical implementation of the conciliar thinking about religious freedom in the teaching of paul vi, john paul ii and benedict xvi.
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