Dengue is an infectious disease caused by the dengue virus of the genus flavivirus that is transmitted by mosquitoes, mainly by Aedes aegypti. Infection causes flu-like symptoms, and sometimes develops into a life-threatening condition called severe dengue or dengue hemorrhagic fever.1 It is a widespread infection that occurs in all tropical regions of the planet. In recent years, transmission has increased predominantly in urban areas and has become a major public health problem. At present, more than half the world's population is at risk of contracting the disease. The prevention and control of dengue depend exclusively on effective measures to control the transmitting vector, the mosquito.
The use of ultrasound affects the development of Aedes aegypti larvae.
Legionella comes from the natural environment to urban and industrial supply systems and from here to the different facilities that require water.
The holders of cooling towers and evaporative condensers are obliged to notify the Sanitary Administration of the existence of the same for the performance of preventive disinfection actions.
All "collective use" sanitary water facilities must carry out sanitary controls to prevent the proliferation of the bacteria.
All technical personnel working in sanitary-sanitary maintenance operations must carry out the training courses in accordance with Order SCO / 317/2003, of February 7, 2003, that allow to carry out a control regulation of legionella.technoymar
Analysis of Risks of Proliferation and control of legionella Before contracting the service of control of legionella, TECHNOYMAR SOLUCIONES, S.L. Personalizes for each one of its customers a maintenance book where, according to the type of installation, everything in the RD is fulfilled.
Facilities with greater probability of proliferation and dispersion of legionella
Cooling towers and evaporative condensers.
Systems of sanitary hot water with accumulation and return circuit.
According to the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDC), Spain is one of the countries with the highest rate of legionellosis in Europe. In 2010, 1150 cases of legionellosis were reported in Spain. In 2012, with 972 cases, as noted in the ECDC report of that year. Generally in our country the major outbreaks usually occur in the areas of the Valencian Community and Catalonia and from June to October.
Zika fever is a relatively new disease, a member of the Flaviviridae family. The virus was first identified in 1947 in the forests of Zika in Uganda and was demonstrated with living beings by serological studies in 1952. It is commonly found as a common virus of the class Flaviviridae, mostly in Africa, although in 2007 it was an epidemic in the Pacific Ocean, and attacked in countries such as Malaysia and Micronesia, including the Yap Islands.4 An outbreak of Zika fever was confirmed in April 2015 in Brazil, in the city of Salvador de Bahia, tested with the RT-PCR technique. 5
Up to December 1, 2015, 9 Member States have confirmed indigenous circulation of Zika virus: Brazil, Chile (on Easter Island), Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay, Suriname, and Venezuela. The first autochthonous circulation Of Zika virus (ZIKV) in the Americas was confirmed in February 2014 in Isla de Pascua, Chile. The presence of the virus was detected until June of that same year in that area.
In May 2015, the first cases of autochthonous transmission were confirmed in Brazil. Up to December 1, 2015, a total of 18 states confirmed the autochthonous circulation of the virus: Northern Region (Amazonas, Pará, Rondônia, Roraima and Tocantins), Northeast Region (Alagoas, Bahia, Ceará, Maranhão, Paraíba, Pernambuco, Piauí and Rio Grande do Norte), Southeastern Region (Espírito Santo, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo), Midwest (Mato Grosso) and Southern Region (Paraná) (1).
In October 2015, the Colombian health authorities notified the detection of the first indigenous case of Zika virus infection in Bolivar state2. To date, 26 of the 36 territorial entities have confirmed indigenous circulation of the virus. Additionally, in November 2015, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay, Suriname and Venezuela confirmed cases of autochthonous transmission.
The use of ultrasound ends with eggs, larvae and pupae of the insect in four minutes.