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Fortalecimiento de la vigilancia integrada de poliomielitis y otras enfermedades inmunoprevenibles en Angola basadas en la experiencia cubana Strengthening of comprehensive surveillance of poliomyelitis and other immunopreventable diseases in Angola on the basis of the Cuban experience
Gabriel Montalvo álvarez,Belkys María Galindo Santana,Milagros Hernández Ferrer,Laidemys García Naranjo
Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical , 2009,
Abstract: Múltiples han sido los esfuerzos que se han llevado a cabo por la Organización Mundial de la Salud para la erradicación de la poliomielitis en el mundo, enfermedad que muestra una parálisis irreversible para toda la vida, acompa ada de consecuencias económicas para la persona afectada y su entorno familiar. Por primera vez se lleva a cabo un proyecto de cooperación técnica entre países, fuera de las Américas, donde se puso de manifiesto una vez más la capacidad, fortaleza, entrega y potencialidad de la medicina cubana en el mundo. Participaron 20 médicos cubanos en una primera etapa (enero- julio 2008) y 7 en una segunda etapa (enero-abril 2009). El objetivo de esta colaboración se centró en el trabajo integral de grupo, en el fortalecimiento de la vigilancia, control de las enfermedades inmunoprevenibles, mejora de las coberturas de vacunación de rutina, formación de recursos humanos y apoyo en las campa as de vacunación. Se logró sensibilizar a una gran cantidad de personal de salud y a la comunidad para la identificación de las parálisis flácidas agudas, así como de otras enfermedades inmunoprevenibles; se fortaleció la búsqueda activa de casos y se reforzó la vigilancia, así como el apoyo y monitoreo de la calidad de las campa as de vacunación. Se trabajó por incrementar las coberturas de vacunación de rutina y la vigilancia integrada de estas dolencias. Una vez más se demuestra la incondicionalidad de los médicos cubanos para mitigar el dolor que causan estas enfermedades, acompa ado del gran valor humano de la medicina cubana. Many efforts have been made by the World Health Organization to eradicate poliomyelitis worldwide, a disease that causes irreversible paralysis for life in addition to adverse economic effects for the patient and his/her family as well. For the first time, there is a technical cooperation project between countries outside The Americas, in which the capabilities, strength, commitment and potentialities of the Cuban medicine was again stressed in the world. Twenty Cuban physicians were involved in the first phase (January-July 2008) and 7 in the second phase (January-April 2009). The objective of this cooperation was focused on comprehensive teamwork, strengthening of surveillance, control of immunopreventable diseases, improvement of regular vaccination coverage, formation of human resources and support to vaccination campaigns. It was possible to make a large amount of health workers and the community sensitive to the detection of acute flaccid paralysis as well as other immnopreventable diseases, to strengthen active search
Fortalecimiento de la vigilancia integrada de poliomielitis y otras enfermedades inmunoprevenibles en Angola basadas en la experiencia cubana
Montalvo álvarez,Gabriel; Galindo Santana,Belkys María; Hernández Ferrer,Milagros; García Naranjo,Laidemys; de Armas Ferrera,Ana Milagros;
Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical , 2009,
Abstract: many efforts have been made by the world health organization to eradicate poliomyelitis worldwide, a disease that causes irreversible paralysis for life in addition to adverse economic effects for the patient and his/her family as well. for the first time, there is a technical cooperation project between countries outside the americas, in which the capabilities, strength, commitment and potentialities of the cuban medicine was again stressed in the world. twenty cuban physicians were involved in the first phase (january-july 2008) and 7 in the second phase (january-april 2009). the objective of this cooperation was focused on comprehensive teamwork, strengthening of surveillance, control of immunopreventable diseases, improvement of regular vaccination coverage, formation of human resources and support to vaccination campaigns. it was possible to make a large amount of health workers and the community sensitive to the detection of acute flaccid paralysis as well as other immnopreventable diseases, to strengthen active search of cases, to reinforce surveillance and to support and monitor the quality of vaccination campaigns. the participants worked towards increasing the regular vaccination coverage and the comprehensive surveillance of these illnesses. once again the full dedication of the cuban physicians to relieve pain caused by these diseases and the great human value of the cuban medicine was demonstrated.
Dual topologies on non-abelian groups
María V. Ferrer,Salvador Hernández
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: The notion of locally quasi-convex abelian group, introduce by Vilenkin, is extended to maximally almost-periodic non-necessarily abelian groups. For that purpose, we look at certain bornologies that can be defined on the set $\hbox{rep}(G)$ of all finite dimensional continuous representations on a topological group $G$ in order to associate well behaved group topologies (dual topologies) to them. As a consequence, the lattice of all Hausdorff totally bounded group topologies on a group $G$ is shown to be isomorphic to the lattice of certain special subsets of $\hbox{rep}(G_d)$. Moreover, generalizing some ideas of Namioka, we relate the structural properties of the dual topological groups to topological properties of the bounded subsets belonging to the associate bornology. In like manner, certain type of bornologies that can be defined on a group $G$ allow one to define canonically associate uniformities on the dual object $\hat G$. As an application, we prove that if for every dense subgroup $H$ of a compact group $G$ we have that $\hat H$ and $\hat G$ are uniformly isomorphic, then $G$ is metrizable. Thereby, we extend to non-abelian groups some results previously considered for abelian topological groups.
The dual space of precompact groups
M. Ferrer,S. Hernández,V. Uspenskij
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: For any topological group $G$ the dual object $\hat G$ is defined as the set of equivalence classes of irreducible unitary representations of $G$ equipped with the Fell topology. If $G$ is compact, $\hat G$ is discrete. In an earlier paper we proved that $\hat G$ is discrete for every metrizable precompact group, i.e. a dense subgroup of a compact metrizable group. We generalize this result to the case when $G$ is an almost metrizable precompact group.
Precompact groups and property (T)
M. Ferrer,S. Hernández,V. Uspenskij
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: For any topological group $G$ the dual object $\hat G$ is defined as the set of equivalence classes of irreducible unitary representations of $G$ equipped with the Fell topology. If $G$ is compact, $\hat G$ is discrete, and we investigate to what extent this remains true for precompact groups, i.e. for dense subgroups of compact groups. We find that: (a) if $G$ is a metrizable precompact group, then $\hat G$ is discrete; (b) if $G$ is a countable non-metrizable precompact group, then $\hat G$ is not discrete; (c) every non-metrizable compact group contains a dense subgroup $G$ for which $\hat G$ is not discrete. This generalizes to the non-Abelian case what was known for Abelian groups. Kazhdan's property (T) can be defined in similar terms, but we must consider representations without non-zero invariant vectors rather than irreducible representations. If $G$ is any countable Abelian precompact group, then $G$ does not have property (T), although $\hat G$ is discrete if $G$ is metrizable.
Actualización sobre la enfermedad de Alzheimer
Llibre Rodríguez,Juan de J.; Guerra Hernández,Milagros;
Revista Cubana de Medicina General Integral , 2002,
Abstract: alzheimer's disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disease affecting approximately 8 % of the population over 65 and 30 % of the population over 80 in those countries with a life expectancy at birth as high as ours, with an elevated economic, social and mainly human cost. there is an urgent need to make researches directed to estimate the prevalence and incidence of the disease, to know its risk factors, and to quantify the impact on family and society, which will allow to establish strategies directed to this population and its family. the highest influence on the early diagnosis, the medical attention given to patients and their families and its direct repercussion on the quality of life, will depend on the training and updating of the primary health care team. that's why those aspects connected with the epidemiology and the risk factors, the diagnosis and the current strategies of treatment of this increasing health problem are dealt with in the present review.
Actualización sobre la enfermedad de Alzheimer
Juan de J. Llibre Rodríguez,Milagros Guerra Hernández
Revista Cubana de Medicina General Integral , 2002,
Abstract: La enfermedad de Alzheimer es una enfermedad neurodegenerativa progresiva que afecta aproximadamente el 8 % de la población mayor de 65 a os y el 30 % de la población mayor de 80 a os, en los países con una alta expectativa de vida como el nuestro, con un elevado costo económico, social y fundamentalmente humano. Existe una necesidad urgente de investigaciones dirigidas a estimar la prevalencia e incidencia de la enfermedad, conocer sus factores de riesgo, así como cuantificar el impacto en la familia y en la sociedad, lo que permitiría trazar estrategias dirigidas a esta población y su familia. La mayor influencia en el diagnóstico temprano, la atención médica a los pacientes y su familia y su repercusión directa en la calidad de vida, dependerá de la preparación y actualización del equipo de atención primaria de salud. Es por ello que en la presente revisión se abordan los aspectos relacionados con la epidemiología y los factores de riesgo, el diagnóstico y las estrategias actuales de tratamiento de este creciente problema de salud. Alzheimer's disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disease affecting approximately 8 % of the population over 65 and 30 % of the population over 80 in those countries with a life expectancy at birth as high as ours, with an elevated economic, social and mainly human cost. There is an urgent need to make researches directed to estimate the prevalence and incidence of the disease, to know its risk factors, and to quantify the impact on family and society, which will allow to establish strategies directed to this population and its family. The highest influence on the early diagnosis, the medical attention given to patients and their families and its direct repercussion on the quality of life, will depend on the training and updating of the primary health care team. That's why those aspects connected with the epidemiology and the risk factors, the diagnosis and the current strategies of treatment of this increasing health problem are dealt with in the present review.
Síndrome de Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser o asociación MURCS?
María Luisa Hernández,Milagros Romero de Fasolino
Revista de Obstetricia y Ginecología de Venezuela , 2008,
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Variables of Suicidal Behavior in Tenerife Years 2011-2012: Proposals for the Prevention  [PDF]
Sergio Manuel Martínez Aguilar, Milagros De la Rosa Hormiga, Juan Manuel Herrera Hernández, Francisco Rodríguez Pulido, Candelaria de la Merced Díaz-González
Forensic Medicine and Anatomy Research (FMAR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fmar.2014.22007
Abstract: Suicide is treated by society as a taboo subject despite it being the leading cause of unnatural death in Spain. The Tenerife Province is ranked 16th among the 52 Spanish provinces for its suicide rate. From 2007 till 2010, the rate increased from 2007 to 2008, then dropped in 2010. Slight rise occurred in suicide rates in 2010. This rate increased from 2007 to 2008, with a decrease of rate in 2010. Slight rise occurred in suicide rates in 2010. In 2013 the province saw 75 suicides per year. 90% - 98% of suicides are closely related to mental disease with the remaining 10% associated with different poor causes of the subject, according to bibliography. In this retrospective study, it has been found that the highest risk rests with men over 40 years of age in the central and southern part of the island. Among the forms of suicide reported, the most common is hanging followed by jumping from a height. It’s important to understand the reasons behind suicidal behavior from a psychosocial perspective, taking into account “unsafe” indicators and individual profiles. The lethal nature of a suicide attempt also depends on the form of suicide adopted and the possibility of a rescue. Specific protocols to prevent suicide should be promoted and discussed between health and social services.
Risk factors in dropping out of nursing studies  [PDF]
Milagros De la Rosa Hormiga, Candelaria de la Merced Díaz-González, Josefa María Ramal López, Juan Manuel Herrera Hernández
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2014.41002
Abstract:

School failure is a worrying phenomenon of the educational system that affects most sectors of the education regarding parents, teachers and students and covers education at all levels, from basic education levels to higher levels. One of the levels where there is a high incidence of this problem is in university education, where dropout rates at university are between 25% and 50% in the early formative years. Therefore, it is considered that this phenomenon of school failure and dropout must be addressed and treated from all support systems and services that merge at school, because there are many interests involved not only in the student who fails himself, but also in society in general. The objective of this survey is finding out the effects of anxiety and personal problems in ULPGC nursing students and the consequences that can bring in their academic performance. The results obtained show direct influence of variables such as attendance, studies organization, disappointment feelings, approaching dropout and others, however the hypotheses that were not met differentially, offer us relevant information, for better understanding and making decisions to prevent school failure at university.

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