ROTAVIRUS AND GASTROENTERITIS: CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TRAITS

Autores

  • Pedro Henrique de Sena Coutinho Departamento de Educação Física, Universidade Regional do Cariri - URCA
  • Micheline A. Lima Department of Molecular Biology, Federal University of Paraíba
  • Henrique D. M. Coutinho Departamento de Química Biológica, Laboratório de Microbiologia e Biologia Molecular - LMBM, Universidade Regional do Cariri - URCA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.16891/2317-434X.v10.e2.a2022.pp1441-1446

Resumo

There is a strong association between rotavirus and gastroenteritis. The gastroenteritis by rotavirus is one of the most important causes of child internation at hospital. The rotavirus belongs to the Reoviridae family, genus Rotavirus and it have been classified into seven groups (A to G), where the A group is the major cause of diarrhea in children, and the B group in adults. The symptoms of the rotavirus gastroenteritis are high fever, vomiting, and severe diarrhea, leading to dehydration.  Subclinical and asymptomatic rotavirus infections are very common among adults. The detection of rotavirus is done by various methods. The treatment is the use of Oral Rehydration Salts, the control is made through epidemiological vigilance and the immunization is done by the use of vaccines (as RRV-TV, in the US market, and 89-12, still being tested). Was realized this bibliographic research using the international databanks SCIELO, BIREME, PUBMED and HIGHWIRE. The diarrhea caused by this virus is the most common severe infection in children younger than 5 years and it leads to approximately 440.000 deaths per year. By this way, efforts to discovery of vaccines more effective should be stimulated and the health workers must be prepared to detect these viruses to alert the epidemiological vigilance

Biografia do Autor

Pedro Henrique de Sena Coutinho, Departamento de Educação Física, Universidade Regional do Cariri - URCA

Universidade Regional do Cariri - URCA. Av. Cel. Antonio Luiz,1161 - Pimenta, Crato - CE. CEP: 63105000.

E-mail: [email protected]. Tel: (88) 31021212.

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2022-07-15

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