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Monkeypox: profiles of infected people and why are there so many cases in Spain?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health officials continue to brace themselves in the face of predictions that infections will continue to rise, with monkeys already declared a public health emergency internationally, representing a more concern among citizens

A disease that evaluated 528 cases of people infected between April and June in 16 different countries, according to a study conducted by researchers at Queen Mary University of London. It has a certain profile, although, as experts point out, “everything can change”.,

“You can’t predict what’s going to happen in the near future. We are talking about a mild diseaseBut if appropriate measures are not taken, contacts of infected people are reported and a preventive confinement is carried out, the situation will not be favorable”, explains Juan Jose Badiola, director of the Center for Encephalopathies and Emerging Transmissible Diseases of the University of Zaragoza.

Data from the study published in ‘The New England Journal of Medicine’ – one of the most up-to-date and recent on the subject – show that 98% of patients declared themselves homosexual, bisexual or men who have sex with other men. Despite this, the General Nursing Council recalls that the “disease” can spread from person to person“.” This is something we can’t stop repeating. Our role as nurses is to educate and train the population so that they know Information is available regarding routes of transmission and early detection of this disease”.

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This is a “fundamental” question for Juan José Badiola, who believes that “maybe This disease is not taken as seriously as it should be“. “We are talking about mild symptoms, which should be obvious. But that doesn’t mean we should stop following hygiene measures. The option of forcing the infected to remain in isolation could have been considered until the disease subsides or those specific pimples dry up,” insist the expert.

For Juan Jose Badiola, one of the reasons why Spain is the second country with the most infections is that, after the famous cases in the United Kingdom, “they began to become known here when the development of the disease in other places had not begun”. . also note that There were favorable conditions for the transmission of a disease that were not knownIn addition to the complex identification of contacts, because there are people who, because of the characteristics of the disease, prefer not to do this, there is something completely unsuitable if you want to eliminate transmission,” says Juan José Badiola.

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Who can be vaccinated against monkeypox and when should it be done?

In theory, vaccines were only indicated for direct contact with infected people. Later, also for everyone with risky behaviors: men who had multiple male sexual partners. 5,300 have arrived in Spain Aragon has 52 doses that have yet to be administered—which would not be sufficient even for direct contact with infected people.

“As for the number of infections in our country and their contacts, The number of vaccines we currently have is insufficient”, explains director of the Center for Encephalopathies and Emerging Transmissible Diseases of the University of Zaragoza.

Recommended dosage for the infected”When the disease has developed recently, for contacts and vulnerable people“, confirms Badiola. So far, the vaccine is being administered to the latest generation of the Bavarian Nordic pharmaceutical company in Spain, which requires Two doses and full effect two weeks after second injection,

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