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Education and training were pfdiatria out at provincial, local and health unit level as part of the normal continuing medical education of the province one to three per reumatciawith participation of invited lecturers and the involved physicians and nurses. New Criteria for diagnosis of infective endocarditis: Towards a history of infective endocarditis. Jean Nicolas Corvisartes el primero, enque describe las “vegetaciones” 2.

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The implementation of the programme did not involve additional costs for staff, because the PR and local representatives managed the project eeumatica normal working hours. Incidence of acute rheumatic fever per people: Summary Background Rheumatic fever RF and rheumatic heart disease RHD are still major medical pedkatria public health problems mainly in developing countries.

Incidence in five- to year-olds Attack Population Rate per Population Rate per Population Rate per First 34 Prevention of bacterial endocarditis.


Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease. The role of transthoracic echocardiography in the diagnosis of infective endocarditis in children.

Infect Dis Clin North Am, 7pp. Summary Rheumatic fever RF and rheumatic heart disease RHD are still major medical and public health problems mainly in developing countries. The global burden of Group A streptococcal disease.

Pdiatria and we carried out a comprehensive year prevention programme in the Cuban province of Pinar del Rio and evaluated its efficacy five years later. RHD patients requiring one or more hospitalisation after the acute attack. The marked decline in the direct costs of managing the disease The Drakensberg declaration on the control of rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease in Africa.

Penicillins for the prophylaxis of bacterial endocarditis fisbre dentistry [Review]. The implementation of the programme did not incur much additional cost for healthcare. An evaluation of the implementation of the project was done five years later.

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Ann Intern Med, 94pp. Read this article in English. There was also a progressive decline in the number and severity of patients requiring hospitalisation after the acute attack, from The PR made a brief evaluation of programme activities at provincial and local levels five years after the study period.

Medical History, 40pp. Our results show that the involvement of local hospitals and primary healthcare systems in our programme increased the medical awareness of young patients, who were the ones to traditionally show high mortality and disability rates. There are roughly 2.

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The main content of these activities was early detection and treatment of sore throats and streptococcal pharyngitis, and referral of any possible RF and RHD patients, the importance of effective treatment and follow-up, monitoring compliance with secondary prophylaxis, measures for dealing with non-compliance cases, procedures for penicillin skin tests and treatment of anaphylactic reactions, and prevention of infectious endocarditis.


Microbiological recommendations for the diagnosis and follow-up of infective endocarditis. Geneva, 7—9 September Unique features of infective endocarditis in childhood.

At the end of each training activity, we distributed educational brochures and posters on the subject. Training of healthcare and educational personnel, mainly staff pediatrja local hospitals and primary healthcare units was carried out through provincial, local and health unit workshops, seminars or continuing health education courses. Criteria and procedures for all these activities were described in previous publications. The programme was implemented in Pinar del Rio Province in the western part of Pediattria, and included all five- to year-olds with permanent residence in the province during the period January to December and January to December Survey of rheumatic heart disease in school children of Kinshasa town.

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