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JOURNAL V

JOURNAL IV

JOURNAL III

JOURNAL II

JOURNAL I

 

JOURNAL V (Jan - Jun 2012) (download .PDF)

May 2012

Foods contain the basic substances to preserve life and health, but the lack of hygiene in their handling, storing, preparing and serving make them a means conductive to disease transmission. The main purpose of this study was to evaluate the knowledge about the care and handling of foods among consumers who are responsible of preparing them at home, as well as to identify the risks to which food is exposed in the household and which may cause potential food poisoning.

 

JOURNAL IV (Jul - Dec 2011) (download .PDF)

September of 2011

Among the animals that cause accidents in children, dogs and cats, some wild animals are kept like “pet” or in exposition, synanthropic animals and farm animals. Objective: To characterize patients attended by emergency caused by these animals in at the National Health Institute of Children, during 1995-2009. Materials and Methods: Data was gathered from medical records including, general information from patients, animal aggressor and injuries. Results: 142 cases were registered. The 62.7% were up to 4 years, 26.8% from 4 to 9 years, and 10.6% over 9 years. The 48.6% were male and 51.4% were females. The 73.2% were treated as outpatients and 26.8% needed hospitalization. The 64.8% of accidents were caused by synanthropic animals, 21.8% by wild animals and 13.4% by farm animals. The anatomical areas mainly affected were upper limbs (54.9%), and face, head, and neck (40.1%). The 76.8% of accidents were of a kind and 23.2% were multiples. Superficial injuries were 69.7% and deep lesions were 30.3%. 78.2% of the accidents needed medical treatment and 21.8% surgical treatment. Only 28.2% of the cases received rabies vaccines. The 23.9% of the patients had aesthetic consequences (face) and 69.1% in the body, and the 7.0% both areas. Conclusions: Supervision from parents and educational programs are necessary to prevent and diminish the frequency of these accidents in the population.

 

JOURNAL III (Jan - Jun 2011) (download .PDF)

July of 2011

The aim of this study was to identify and quantify the species of parasites that pet dogs and cats of children in primary school age from three state schools in the north zone of Lima, Peru, presented. For this purpose, fecal samples were collected from 131 dogs and 49 cats of both sexes and different ages. The samples were analyzed by the spontaneous sedimentation technique in tube (TSET) and direct examination. Besides it was collected information about potentially hazardous practices in the child - pet relationship through an epidemiological survey. In dogs, 20.6% were positive to Toxocara canis, 7.6% to Giardia sp., 4.6% to Diphylidium caninum and 0.8% to Diphyllobothrium pacificum. In cats was reported 14.3% positive to Toxocara canis, and 2.0% to Ancylostoma sp. Regarding the relationship between children and their pets, from 124 respondents, 79.0% mentioned that children kissed their pets and / or allowed pets to lick them, 82.3% shared food with their dogs and 88.7% didn’t regularly deworm their pets. In addition, 28.2% of the respondents mentioned that the pets slept in the same room as the child, 66.9% reported that the pet defecated inside the house and 29.0% have observed worms in the their pet stool’s. Due to the zoonotic importance of the parasites found, it is required to be established a health education program, in order to prevent the possibility of infection with zoonotic parasites in this population.

 

JOURNAL II (Jul - Dec 2010) (download .PDF)

June of 2011

Con satisfacción, presentamos el segundo número de Una Salud, Revista Sapuvet de Salud Pública, del proyecto Sapuvetnet III “Contribuyendo a los objetivos del milenio a través del concepto de una salud”. El número 2 de la Revista tiene contribuciones de investigadores de España, Colombia y Perú sobre diversos temas que abarcan: revisión del impacto del conflicto social en Colombia en la salud pública veterinaria, aportes sobre investigación en riesgos ocupacionales en trabajadores del sector de la fauna silvestre, revisión sobre contaminación por antibióticos y resistencia antimicrobiana, aproximación conceptual a la interfaz humano-animal-ecosistema, aportes sobre los animales de laboratorio en el contexto del diagnóstico de las enfermedades infecciosas, y, finalmente, una importante contribución experta sobre el análisis de riesgos como propuesta para la prevención de enfermedades ante el movimiento de poblaciones.

 

Journal I (Jan - Jun 2010) - In the original language.(download .PDF)

April of 2011

Una Salud. Revista Sapuvet de Salud Pública es la publicación oficial del Proyecto Sapuvetnet III: contribuyendo al logro de los objetivos del milenio mediante el concepto de una salud”. Este proyecto tiene como objetivo general contribuir al desarrollo de la educación superior en el campo de la Salud Pública Veterinaria (SPV) por medio de la cooperación entre la Unión Europea (UE) y América Latina (AL), modernizando el currículum de formación en el ámbito universitario, creando sinergias con otros saberes necesarios para la Salud Pública (SP) propios de otras profesiones y haciendo disponible el material desarrollado a todos los que estén interesados en el tema.

 
 

 

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