The alert was issued by the United States Center for Disease Control following reports of people who had surgery in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, being infected with fungal meningitis.
Jalisco’s Commission for Protection Against Sanitary Risks is alerted to act and calls on the state’s public and private hospitals to be vigilant:
“Whether public or private, because it is the directive of Cofepris, I have already met with the director of Jalisco Health Services OPD to formulate the strategy that we are going to implement to adapt our hospitals and the association of private hospitals Together I am waiting for a date to be able to do training courses, talks and above all tell them what we must take care of with particular importance”.
It should be recalled that the presence of some batches of contaminated anesthetic drugs was reported late last year in Durango, which sickened dozens of people and killed at least 37 people who had surgery, Especially pregnant women who had undergone a cesarean section and turned over. out to get infected.
Rocío López Fonseca, has worked in the media since 2000.
Most of these 20 years were in Notisistema, Radio Metropoli and Radio Vital.
The specialization in the health sector began in 2004 and in 2009 he was part of the second generation of the Diploma in Public Health Journalism organized by the University Center of Health Sciences of the UdG.
Producer, editor, reporter and host of many informative venues, and special programs on health issues, always accompanied by doctors in various specialties to address the issues in a professional and objective manner.
He is currently part of the UdG Television coronavirus program team, since March when the pandemic started the project.
She also has her own personal site, and a podcast called Ask Rox to address health and wellness issues for her social networks as well.