Rosa María Barrón Licona, MD
Infectious diseases are those that are transmitted easily and rapidly, caused by external agents such as viruses and bacteria. The infection presents itself when the body does not have enough defenses to fight it, or if the number of microorganisms that enters the body exceeds the body's ability to defend itself.
Diseases classified in this category are the flu, influenza, or the recent COVID-19, more commonly known as the Wuhan Coronavirus.
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Dagoberto Rodríguez González, MD
In Costamed we care about the safety of all our patients, which is why we developed the following guide, which has the most important and updated information regarding the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Much has been said recently about the release and application of the COVID-19 vaccine, however there are still doubts in the air: how many vaccines are there? Are they safe? How do they work? Stop waiting and read the next article that will help you answer these and other questions.
Speaking of SARS-CoV-2 and its variants, before getting alarmed, it is crucial to know that this is a scenario expected by scientists, that it was going to occur naturally, but that for the same reason, it is closely monitored based on the changes the virus generates.
During the month of January 2022, Mexico is experiencing a peak of infections derived from the OMICRON variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus; this variant is responding to an evolutionary process of the virus.
In Costamed Medical Group, we want to share the answers to frequently asked questions about the new variant.