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Journal of Clinical & Community Medicine

Research ArticleOpen Access

Sociodemographic Profile of Pregnant Women with Syphilis in Dourados - Ms, Reported to The Information Against Notification System (SINAN) Volume 2 - Issue 1

Oliveira LAM1*, Costa FJDLS2, Oliveira CP3, Melo MLC4, Assis JT5, Loreti EH6 and Sousa JB7

  • 1Specialist in Obstetric Nursing, Federal University of Piauí, Brazil
  • 2Specialist in occupational nursing and hospital management, Faculdade Faveni, Brazil
  • 3Specialist in Family Health and Multidisciplinary Nephrology, Federal University of Piauí, Brazil
  • 4Physiotherapist, Centro de Ensino Unified de Teresina-CEUT, Brazil
  • 5Specialist in occupational nursing and hospital management, Faculdade Faveni, Brazil
  • 6Physiotherapist, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
  • 7Obstetric and Neonatal Nurse Brazilian, Institute of Graduate Studies and Extension, Brazil

Received: March 06, 2020   Published: March 16, 2020

Corresponding author: Oliveira LAM, Nurse, Specialist in Obstetric Nursing, Federal University of Piauí, Brazil


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Syphilis is a disease that has Treponema pallidum as its etiologic agent, has been known for at least 500 years. Congenital syphilis is the result of the hematogenous spread of Treponema pallidum, from an untreated or improperly treated infected pregnant woman, via the transplacental route. This is a descriptive and retrospective study that analyzes an online database, the Ministry of Health’s Notifiable Diseases Information System (SINAN) in which, among other problems, the cases of pregnant women with syphilis that occur are recorded. in the country. All cases of gestational syphilis in residents of the city of Dourados- Mato Grosso do Sul, registered with SINAN in the years 2009 to 2013 were included. The number of cases of gestational syphilis reported in the study interval was 181 cases in the city of Dourados o which demonstrates the need to develop effective actions aimed at its control, as well as health education for the population, since it is a completely preventable disease, as long as there are prevention and treatment measures for the pregnant woman and her partner.

Keywords: Pregnant; Syphilis; Epidemiology

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