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Bose, P. New Medical Life Sciences  (2022)    CC

The annual celebration of International Chagas Day on the 14th of April highlights the impact of this disease on the global health scenario.

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PAHO PAHO, WHO  (2021)    CC

In 2016, PAHO's Directing Council, through Resolution CD55.R9, approved the “Plan of Action for Elimination of Neglected Infectious Diseases (NID) and Post-Elimination Actions, 2016-2022.” This Resolution urges Member States to implement a set of interventions to reduce the burden of disease by NID in the Americas by 2022, including “…support promotion of treatment, rehabilitation, and related support services through an approach focused on integrated morbidity management and disability prevention for individuals and families afflicted by those neglected infectious diseases that cause disability and generate stigma.” NIDs can have devastating chronic sequelae for patients, such as disability, visible change or loss in body structure, loss of tissue, and impairment of proper tissue and organ function, among others. All of these can in turn lead to unjustified discrimination, stigmatization, mental health problems, and partial or total incapacity to work, perpetuating the vicious cycle of neglected diseases as both a consequence and a cause of poverty. Patients with chronic conditions caused by NIDs require proper health care in order to prevent further damage and improve their living and social conditions. This should be provided at the primary health care level, as patients suffering from NIDs are often unable to travel to or afford to pay for specialized care services. Care for patients suffering from chronic morbidity caused by NID should be integrated into care for other chronic conditions caused by non-communicable diseases. This manual provides a framework for morbidity management and disability prevention of patients affected by NIDs and gives specific guidance for the proper care of patients suffering from chronic conditions caused by lymphatic filariasis, leprosy, trachoma, and Chagas disease. It is intended to be used mainly by health care workers at the primary health care level, but health workers at more complex and specialized levels may also find it useful

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Echeverría, L.; Marcus, R.; Novick, G. et al. WHF Global Heart  (2020)    CC

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC CDC United States  (2018)    CC

El dengue durante el embarazo

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Medical Centric Medical Centric  (2018)    CC

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Pan American Health Organization PAHO ; World Health Organization WHO  (2017)    C_WHO

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German Doctors German Doctors  (2020)    C2

9th edition; 4th English edition 2020

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC CDC United States  (2019)    C_CDC

Obtenga más información sobre el diagnóstico del dengue y la orientación para las pruebas.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC  (2021)    C_CDC

Learn about dengue clinical presentation and classification.

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Frimpong, M.; F. S.Sarfo, M. Sarpong Duah, et al. Dove Medical Press Limited  (2016)    C1

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