publication . Article . 2009


Solórzano-Santos, Fortino; Miranda-Novales, Ma. Guadalupe;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Oct 2009
  • Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Salud, Hospital Infantil de México Federico Gómez
La influenza es una infección viral aguda de las vías respiratorias, altamente contagiosa. Es causada por el virus de la influenza A, B y C. Puede afectar a todos los grupos etarios durante epidemias, aunque tiene mayor morbilidad en los extremos de la vida. La enfermedad frecuentemente requiere de atención médica y hospitalización, contribuyendo sustancialmente a pérdidas económicas, exceso en el número de días/cama-hospital y muertes. Considerando la epidemia reciente en México del virus de la influenza humana H1N1, y la presencia de brotes epidémicos estacionales, se presenta esta actualización, haciendo énfasis en los aspectos de prevención y tratamiento. In...
Medical Subject Headings: virusesvirus diseases
free text keywords: Influenza, prevención, vacuna de influenza, virus de influenza H1N1, prevention, influenza vaccine, H1N1 influenza A virus
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