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Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)Situation Report –39 PDF Imprimare
Sâmbătă, 29 Februarie 2020 21:50

                       Data as reported by 10AM CET  -  28 February 2020



   S•Five new Member States (Belarus, Lithuania, Netherlands, New Zealand, andNigeria) reported cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours
.•WHO has increased the assessment of the risk of spread and risk of impact ofCOVID-19 to very high at the global level. More information can be found here.
•The WHO-China Joint Mission, which was conducted from 16 through 24February, has published its findings. The full report can be found here.
•WHO has updated theguidance on Global Surveillance for human infection withcoronavirus disease (COVID-19).This document includes revised surveillance casedefinitions for COVID-19. It is also accompanied by a revised Case Reporting Form,line listing template, and data dictionary.
•Table 2in this Situation Report,“Countries, territories or areas outside China withreported laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths”, has been simplifiedand now includes transmission classification. See Table 2 footnotes for additionalinformation.
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Coronavirus PDF Imprimare
Vineri, 28 Februarie 2020 19:59



OMS a declarat o urgență globală pentru sănătate în legătură cu răspândirea virusului Covid-19.


Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)Situation Report –38

Nine new Member States (Brazil, Denmark, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Norway, Pakistan, Romania, and NorthMacedonia) reported cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours. •WHO and the World Tourism Organization released a joint statement regarding responsibility and coordination on tourism and COVID-19. For more information, please visit this webpage.•OpenWHO, aweb-based learning platform, has launched the free online courses Introduction to Emerging Respiratory Viruses, Including Novel Coronovirus, in Portugueseand Health and Safety Briefing for Respiratory Diseases –ePROTECT in Frenchtoday. •WHO is utilizing an international network of expert laboratories to provide support in the detection of the COVID-19 virus globally.For more information, please see the Subject in Focus below
SITUATION IN NUMBERS total and new cases in last 24 hours
Globally 82 294confirmed (1185new)
China78 630confirmed (439new)2747deaths (29new)
Outside of China3664confirmed (746new)46 countries (9 new)57 deaths (13 new)WHO RISK ASSESSMENT
China        Very High
Regional   LevelHigh
Global      LevelHigh



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Coronavirus disease - Data as reported by 10AM CET24 February 2020* PDF Imprimare
Marţi, 25 Februarie 2020 00:23





        SITUATION IN NUMBERS total and new cases in last 24 hours

Globally 79 331 confirmed (715new)

China    77 262 confirmed (415 new  )2595 deaths (150 new)

Outside of China  2069  confirmed (300new)

29 countries   (1 new)   23deaths (6new)


China          Very   High

Regional     Level  High

Global         Level High



•One new Member State (Kuwait)reported cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.

•Since the emergence of COVID-19 we have seen instances of public stigmatization among specific populations, and the rise of harmful stereotypes. Stigmatization could potentially contribute to more severe health problems, ongoing transmission, and difficulties controlling infectious diseases during an epidemic.Please see the Subject in Focus section for more information on how to counter stigmatizing attitudes.


SUBJECT IN FOCUS:Risk Communications to Address StigmaStigma occurs when people negatively associate an infectious disease, such as COVID-19, with a specific population. In the case of COVID-19, there are an increasing number of reports of public stigmatization against people from areas affected by the epidemic. Unfortunately, this means that people are being labelled, stereotyped, separated, and/or experience loss of status and discrimination because of apotentialnegative affiliation with the disease.Given that COVID-19 is a new disease, it is understandable that its emergence and spread cause confusion,anxiety and fear among the general public. These factors can give rise to harmful stereotypes.

Stigma can:

•Drive people to hide the illness to avoid discrimination •Prevent people from seeking health care immediately •Discourage them from adopting healthy behaviours Such barriers could potentially contribute to more severe health problems, ongoing transmission, and difficulties controlling infectious diseases during an infectious disease outbreak.

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), UNICEF and the WHO are developing community-basedguides and global campaigns to thwart the effects of stigma on people and the COVID-19 response.

Do your part.Governments, citizens, media, key influencers and communities have an important role to play in preventing and stopping stigma. We all need tobe intentional and thoughtful when communicating on social media and other communication platforms, showing supportive behaviors around COVID-19.Here are some examples and tips on possible actions to counter stigmatizing attitudes: •Spreading the facts: Stigma can be heightened by insufficient knowledge about how the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is transmitted and treated, and how to prevent infection. •Engaging social influencerssuch as religious leaders on prompting reflection about people who are stigmatized and how to support them, or respected celebrities to amplify messages that reduce stigma. •Amplify the voices, stories and images of local people who have experienced COVID-19 and have recovered or who have supported a loved one through recovery to emphasise that most people do recover from COVID-19.•Make sure you portray different ethnic groups.

Materials should show diverse communities that are being affected, and show communities working together to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

•Balanced reporting.Media reporting should be balanced and contextualised, disseminating evidence-based information and helping combat rumour and misinformation that could lead to stigmatisation.•Link up.There are a number ofinitiatives to address stigma and stereotyping. It is key to link up to these activities to create a movement and a positive environment that shows care and empathy for all .


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Fiole cu Colagen și Elastină, 12% PDF Imprimare
Vineri, 14 Februarie 2020 15:05


Fiole cu Colagen si Elastina ,20x2ml

    Fiolele cu Colagen și Elastină, 12% Gerovital Equilibrium conţin un ser bogat în colagen şi elastină de origine marină, ferulan şi extract organic de Goji, cu efecte intens hidratante, atât prin hidratare imediată, cât şi prin hidratare de lungă durată, crescând elasticitatea pielii, confortul şi gradul de catifelare al acesteia.

   Hydrotensyl Complex aduce un aport important de colagen şi elastină, atenuează ridurile, pielea devenind netedă şi catifelată.
Complexul Ferulan (ulei de orez şi acid ferulic) asigură protecţie împotriva stresului oxidativ, crescând gradul de protecţie al pielii.
Extractul organic de Goji are un conţinut bogat în macro şi micronutrienţi, cu efecte de remineralizare şi energizare celulară de excepţie fiind recunoscut şi pentru efectele anti-aging datorită unei excelente activităţi antioxidante şi prin creşterea nivelului dermal de hidroxiprolină, ceea ce indică o creştere a sintezei colagenului.
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Biomarkerii deschid calea testului de sânge pentru a prezice evoluția lui Parkinson PDF Imprimare
Joi, 13 Februarie 2020 13:33

Blood-based biomarkers could help predict the progression of Parkinson's disease

Blood-based biomarkers could help predict the progression of Parkinson's disease

When Parkinson’s patients are diagnosed with the condition, there are still many unknowns around how the disease will develop and how it will impact their lives. While it is no crystal ball, a new blood test developed at Newcastle University and Cambridge University in the UK is offering hope of better patient management, with an ability to recognize early indicators of cognitive decline, dementia and progression of motor symptoms.


The study involved almost 250 subjects, of which more than 150 were patients recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD). The idea was to draw blood samples from the Parkinson’s patients and measure certain biomarkers to see how reliably they could serve as predictors of cognitive and motor decline over the following three years.


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