2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0037-86822009000100009
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Avaliação do sistema de vigilância entomológica da doença de Chagas com participação comunitária em Mambaí e Buritinópolis, Estado de Goiás

Abstract: A vigilância entomológica da doença de Chagas em Mambaí e Buritinópolis, no Estado de Goiás, Brasil, tem sido mantida com participação da população, notificando a presença de vetores nas habitações. Passado longo tempo após instituídas as ações de controle e tendo-se já certificado a interrupção da transmissão vetorial, buscou-se avaliar o conhecimento e as práticas da população nessa situação. Os resultados apontam progressivo desinteresse pelo tema doença de Chagas, atribuível à redução da magnitude do probl… Show more

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“…All interviewees cited at least one organ, such as the heart, that can be damaged. With regards to this topic, these data corroborate the ones found by Williams-Blangero et al (1999) and Silveira et al (2009), in northeastern Goiás state, Brazil, since the heart was the most cited organ by participants in the study.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…All interviewees cited at least one organ, such as the heart, that can be damaged. With regards to this topic, these data corroborate the ones found by Williams-Blangero et al (1999) and Silveira et al (2009), in northeastern Goiás state, Brazil, since the heart was the most cited organ by participants in the study.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…Vector transmission seems to be improbable, in spite of the eventual detection of housing invasion by T. rubrofasciata and Linshcosteus sp. in Southern Asia [25, 39, 51]. The main preoccupation concerns the demand for medical attention and social security, a problem which has been highly complicated because of the clandestine situation of thousands of LA migrants and the lack of medical expertise in nonendemic countries [17, 50, 52].…”
Section: International Flows To Nonendemic Countriesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Current theories indicate that triatomines detected in Southeast Asia have probably derived from American species passively carried to seaports by sailing ships since the sixteenth century [38, 55]. The construction of railways and roadways has also played a significant role in the dispersion of domestic vectors in endemic countries [28, 38, 51, 54]. …”
Section: Correlated Aspects Involving Human Movements and The Dispmentioning
confidence: 99%
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