- ÍtemGUIA DE ESCENARIO DE PRÁCTICA: Manejo de la vía aérea en paciente con trauma de cuello(Universidad cooperativa de colombia, sede medellín, medicina, 2022-12-16) Zuluaga Ramírez, CindyGUIA DE ESCENARIO DE PRÁCTICA
- ÍtemGUIA DE ESCENARIO DE PRÁCTICA: Manejo de la vía aérea en un paciente quemado(Universidad cooperativa de colombia, sede medellín, medicina, 2022-12-16) Zuluaga Ramírez, CindyGUIA DE ESCENARIO DE PRÁCTICA
- ÍtemGuía de escenario de practica: Vía aérea en escenario de neurotrama(Universidad cooperativa de colombia, sede medellín, medicina, 2022-12-16) Zuluaga Ramírez, CindyGUIA DE ESCENARIO DE PRÁCTICA.
- ÍtemFormato guia de práctica corazón y vasos sanguíneos(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Medicina, Medellín y Envigado, 2022-11-30) Mazo Guzmán, Gustavo AdolfoPractical Guide Model for Developing Morphology Laboratory Practices: This material aims to facilitate the learning of the histology of the body systems in the course of the Linfocardiovascular System of the third semester of the Medicine Program of the Cooperative University of Colombia. The guide maintains a logical sequence for the observation of the structures of the lymphocardiovascular system, initially describes the histological components of each of the blood vessels: Arteries, veins and capillaries, as well as details the histological components of the heart: ventricles, atria and mitral, tricuspid, aortic and pulmonary heart valves. A technical description of the topic is provided at the beginning of the Guide to facilitate the description and visualization of microscopic structures and components of vascular tissue. This guide can also be used in histology laboratory practices in programs such as Dentistry, Nursing and Veterinary Medicine
- ÍtemBlastoma pulmonar bifásico clásico en Colombia: reporte de caso y revisión de la literatura(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Medicina, Pasto, 2022-07) López-Delgado, Darío S.; Martínez-Pantoja, Santiago A.; Benavides-Ayala, Omar E.; Rosero-Galindo, Carol Y.; Gaceta Mexicana de OncologíaBackground: Pulmonary blastoma is a rare and aggressive malignant neoplasm that represents approximately 0.25 to 0.5% of primary malignant lung neoplasms with a prevalence of less than 0.25 per million. Clinical case: 47-year-old man, smoker with progressive dyspnea who underwent biopsy and immunohistochemical studies and was diagnosed with: classic biphasic pulmonary blastoma. Treatment was established, however, the patient died. Conclusion: This tumor represented a challenge given that in the literature there is no treatment with solid epidemiological evidence. Relevance: this neoplasm is a challenge and is the first case reported in Colombia.
- ÍtemReproducibilidad de pruebas de diagnóstico rápido de la infección por Trypanosoma cruzi en áreas endémicas de Colombia(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Medicina, Santa Marta, 2020-12) Rojas-Gulloso, Andres C.; Montenegro-Lopez, Diego C.; González-Zapata, Andres F.; Sanchez-Lerma, Liliana; Suarez-Izquierdo, Wilman; Pacheco, Sixto; Fragozo-Castillo, Pedro J.; Omeñaca, Carlos
- ÍtemDiversity and interactions among triatomine bugs, their blood feeding sources, gut microbiota and Trypanosoma cruzi in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Medicina, Santa Marta, 2021-06-10) Murillo-Solano, Claribel; López-Domínguez, Jaime; Gongora, Rafael; Rojas-Gulloso, Andres; Usme-Ciro, Jose; Perdomo-Balaguera, Erick; Herrera, Claudia; Parra-Henao, Gabriel; Dumonteil, EricChagas disease remains a major neglected disease in Colombia. We aimed to characterize Trypanosoma cruzi transmission networks in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (SNSM) region, to shed light on disease ecology and help optimize control strategies. Triatomines were collected in rural communities and analyzed for blood feeding sources, parasite diversity and gut microbiota composition through a metagenomic and deep sequencing approach. Triatoma dimidiata predominated, followed by Rhodnius prolixus, Triatoma maculata, Rhodnius pallescens, Panstrongylus geniculatus and Eratyrus cuspidatus. Twenty-two species were identified as blood sources, resulting in an integrated transmission network with extensive connectivity among sylvatic and domestic host species. Only TcI parasites were detected, predominantly from TcIb but TcIa was also reported. The close relatedness of T. cruzi strains further supported the lack of separate transmission cycles according to habitats or triatomine species. Triatomine microbiota varied according to species, developmental stage and T. cruzi infection. Bacterial families correlated with the presence/absence of T. cruzi were identified. In conclusion, we identified a domestic transmission cycle encompassing multiple vector species and tightly connected with sylvatic hosts in the SNSM region, rather than an isolated domestic transmission cycle. Therefore, integrated interventions targeting all vector species and their contact with humans should be considered.
- ÍtemMolecular detection of leptosipira in synanthropic and wild rodents from Villavicencio municipality, Colombia(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Medicina, Santa Marta, 2022-09-03) Sánchez Lerma, Liliana; Rojas Gulloso, Andres C.; Contreras Cogollo, Verónica; Pavas Escobar, Norma; Barajas Pardo, Diana; Mattar Velilla, SalimIntroduction: Rodents are potential transmitters of Leptospira spp. In the municipality of Villavicencio, Colombia, leptospirosis is a disease that, although notifiable, is still underreported. In this region, rodent species that can host pathogenic leptospira remain unknown. Objective: To detect the presence of Leptospira spp. through molecular analysis in rodents (Rodentia) from peri-urban and rural areas belonging to the municipality of Villavicencio in Colombia. Methods: Peri-urban and rural areas of the townships belonging to Villavicencio municipality were selected for sampling. These areas presented similar ecological conditions: they were near water bodies and peridomiciliary areas, and some of them included fields of agricultural crops. Rodents´ kidneys were removed and frozen in liquid nitrogen. DNA was extracted using a commercial kit and subsequently amplified through conventional polymerase chain reaction. Results: The rodent species collected were: Rattus rattus, Mus musculus, Zygodontomys brevicauda, Oligoryzomys sp, Hylaeamys (formerly Oryzomys) and Proechimys cf. oconnelli. Leptospira DNA was amplified in six rodents and the purified amplicons were sent to Macrogen Inc. (Seoul, Korea) for sequencing. The alignment analysis of the sequenced products demonstrated 98.64% of coverage and identity with Leptospira interrogans. Conclusions: This is the first study carried out on wild and synanthropic rodents in the municipality of Villavicencio. The incidence of leptospirosis raises the alarm due to the important role of these small mammals in the transmission of this zoonosis, which is considered the second cause, after dengue, of undifferentiated febrile illness in Villavicencio.