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dc.creatorTovar Sánchez, Zuleny Margarita
dc.creatorBolívar Pertuz, Santander Antonio
dc.creatorMaestre-Serrano, Ronald
dc.date2015-02-28
dc.identifierhttps://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/biociencias/article/view/2856
dc.identifier10.18041/2390-0512/bioc..1.2856
dc.descriptionIntroduction: Chikungunya virus infections was introduced in Colombia in the last months of 2014 and actually it is a public health problem Currently, unknown many aspects are unknown about of the behavior of this virus in human populations, reservoirs and insect vectors. Objetive: To check general aspects related to chikungunya virus infection. Metodology: Systematic search of articles was conduced in the following databases: PubMed, Science-direct, Ovid and Scielo. Articles searchs were was limited from since 1955 to until 2015, with articles published in in spanish and english. It was searched information about morbility and mortality information caused by Chikungunya virus. Further, search of morbility and mortality information was conduced, as well as guidelines for surveillance, prevention and control of this disease; in the webpages of the National Health Institute and the Panamerican Health Organization. Results: 102 cientific articles were obtained, of those, which 85 were full complete articles that which allowed to do construct the review. Conclutions: Chikungunya virus infection is caused by an Alphavirus, family Togaviridae, that It is transmitted by the bite of mosquitoes of Aedes infected, in it has two cycles: selvatic and urban. In many countries of Africa, Asia and Oceania this disease is reemergent; however in countries of America is emerging. There is not a vaccine for its prevention, and there is not antiviral treatment. The main activity of control is to avoid contact human-vector.en-US
dc.descriptionIntroducción: La infección por virus chikungunya es una enfermedad introducida en Colombia desde finales del año 2014, convirtiéndose en un grave problema de salud pública para el país. En la actualidad se desconocen muchos aspectos del comportamiento de este virus en población humana, reservorios e insectos vectores. Objetivo: Revisar aspectos generales relacionados con la infección por virus chikungunya. Metodología: Se realizó una búsqueda sistemática de artículos en bases de datos como PubMed, Science-direct, Ovid y Scielo. Esta se limitó desde el año 1955 hasta el año 2015, en los idiomas español e inglés. También se hizo para la morbilidad y mortalidad por virus chikungunya, así como de los lineamientos para la vigilancia, prevención y control en los sitios web del Instituto Nacional de Salud y la Organización Panamericana de la Salud. Resultados: Se obtuvieron 102 artículos científicos, de los cuales 85 eran completos y de los temas de interés que permitieron realizar la revisión. Conclusión: La infección por virus chikungunya es causada por un Alphavirus de la familia Togaviridae, que es transmitido por la picadura de mosquitos infectados del género Aedes en dos ciclos: selvático y urbano. En países de África, Asia y Oceanía, este evento mantiene un comportamiento reemergente; mientras que en el continente americano mantiene un comportamiento emergente. No se cuenta con vacuna para su prevención, ni tratamiento antiviral y las principales medidas de control van dirigidas a evitar el contacto humano vector.es-ES
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dc.sourceBiociencias; Vol 10 No 1 (2015): Biociencias; 75 - 88en-US
dc.sourceBiociencias; Vol. 10 Núm. 1 (2015): Biociencias; 75 - 88es-ES
dc.source2390-0512
dc.source0124-0110
dc.subjectVirus chikungunyaes-ES
dc.subjectEpidemiologíaes-ES
dc.subjectColombiaes-ES
dc.titleChikungunya: general aspects of an emerging disease in Colombiaen-US
dc.titleChikungunya: aspectos generales de una enfermedad emergente en Colombiaes-ES
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