J Pure Appl Microbiol | Review Article | Volume 13, Issue 1 | Article Number: 5297

Reynoso Vázquez Josefina1, Ruvalcaba Ledezma Jesús Carlos2*, Chavarría Miranda Alejandra3, Jiménez Sánchez Reyna Cristina4, Guzmán Meneses Karla Patricia5 and Alamilla Pérez Karina5

1Department of Pharmacy and Master in Public Health [ICSa-UAEH] Institute of Health Sciences-Autonomous University of the State of Hidalgo, Pachuca, Mexico.2Department of Medicine, Master in Public Health and PhD. In Foods Sciences an Human Health in [ICSa-UAEH].3Department of Public Health [Instituto Elise Freinet] and [SSH] Health Services of Hidalgo, Pachuca, Mexico.4Department of Nursing in [ICSa-UAEH].
5Students of the Bachelor of Pharmacy At [Uaeh].
Corresponding Author E-mail: dcspjcarlos@gmail.com
Received: 03/10/2018 | Accepted: 17/11/2018 | Published: 09/01/2019
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.22207/JPAM.13.1.04

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ABSTRACT

The Zika virus disease represents a great challenge for the medical-scientific community not only because of the association that exists with microcephaly and other congenital anomalies, but also because of the presence of confirmed cases of congenital syndrome associated with Zika in asymptomatic pregnant women, It is very important to carry out a timely detection and diagnosis to evaluate the probability of having an anomaly, the quality of life that the baby will have or the probability of the legal interruption of pregnancy.

Keywords:

Zika, Association, Microcephaly, Asymptomatic.

Citation:  Reynoso Vázquez Josefina, Ruvalcaba Ledezma Jesús Carlos, Chavarría Miranda Alejandra, Cristina Guzmán Meneses Karla Patricia, Alamilla Pérez Karina, Zika; A Threat to Making Important Decisions on Maternal and Perinatal Health, J Pure Appl Microbiol., 2019; Vol. 13(1):45-49 doi: 10.22207/JPAM.13.1.04

 


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