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Spatiotemporal dynamics of syphilis in pregnant women and congenital syphilis in the state of São Paulo, Brazil

Abstract We sought to determine the presence of syphilis in pregnant women and congenital syphilis in the municipalities of Sagité3o Paulo's municipalities and assess their relationship with socioeconomic, and health care characteristics. With spatiotemporal components from 645 municipalities in SP, we developed an ecological study based on secondary data of SPW and CS with spatiotemporal components from 2007 to 2018. We modeled the results in a Bayesian context, considered spatial and temporal random effects, and used binomial negative probability distributions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-04530-y


Congenital syphilis in the twenty-first century: an area-based study

Treponema pallidum in utero and/or congenitally infected with Treponema pallidum in utero and/or congenitally infected with the Federico II University of Naples' Perinatal and Pediatric Infectious Disease Units, enrolling all infants and children referred from January 2010 to June 2022 and finding all infants and children with the Federico II University of Naples' Perpetual and Pediatric Infectious Disease Units Fifteen CS patients had typical medical signs. Since 2017, the number of referred neonates tripled, though the rate of late maternal diagnoses did not significantly differ, according to the authors. Compared to mothers of exposing infants, mothers of CS cases were younger, had less recent pregnancies, and were given a diagnosis of syphilis at a later stage of pregnancy. In 36% of cases, paternal syphilis status was present in 36% of cases. What is New: U2022 Congenital syphilis has a significant effect in Europe today, and prevention can be tailored to specific maternal risk profiles.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00431-022-04703-5


Missed opportunities for screening congenital syphilis early during pregnancy: A case report and brief literature review

We report a case of fetal T. pallidum infection and premature birth in a woman whose syphilis screening was negative at 16 weeks of gestation. Even if early syphilis testing of pregnant women is negative, they can also be infected with T. pallidum later in pregnancy, as this case shows. Therefore, T. pallidum infection in patients with a rash without an apparent cause should be excluded. The abovementioned causes may help minimize the risk of T. pallidum infection in pregnant women and their infants.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2022.1073893


Descrição de Sífilis Congênita em Almenara/MG Entre 2015-2022 / Description of Congenital Syphilis in Almenara/MG Between 2015-2022

Results: Foram diagnostics etificados 34 casos de s'u00edfilis congu00eanita, congüeanita, a 60 casos de santa ya o ciyeanita, cong. deanita, congyeanita, del cuaia de s00edfilis eta para cadabios, edo e Duringe o pru00e9-natal, 53 gestantes realizaram pru00etu00esu00e o pru00e9-natal, 33 gestantes realizaram pru00e9-natal, o decada teteteram o medico de forma adequada, gabriellejo e 16 delas tiveram pru00e9-natal e 16 delas pru00e e o a o pru00e o e o pru00e o pru00e e a pru00e e o a e o pru00e o e o e o e o delas o e o e o de las o e o e o e o Abstract: The aim: To investigate prenatal care in cases of congenital syphilis in Almenara-MG, between 2015 and 2022. Results: 34 cases of syphilis in pregnant women and 56 cases of congenital syphilis were diagnosed and reported, and it is possible to see that the number of cases has increased sharply since 2015. 53 pregnant women underwent prenatal care, and 16 of them had the illness during prenatal care, with only one of them being properly handled.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.14295/idonline.v16i63.3541


Characterization of Congenital Syphilis Cases Reported in a Brazilian Region

Congenital syphilis, a threat to health care and its characteristics, is a significant area of study. This report analyzed the prevalence of congenital syphilis infections in an inland region of Minas Gerais, Brazil, from 2012 to 2016. The researchers created a template for subsequent quantitative data analysis as a result of data analysis. number of cases were identified and separated into five charts and groups based on: number of individuals identified; data about newborns with congenital syphilis; reports on newborns with congenital syphilis; and outcomes of these newborns; information about newborns with congenital syphilis; reports about newborns with congenital syphilis; information about newborns with syphilis; diagnosis, and monitoring; and the results of these babies; information about newborns The results, according to the researchers of this research, can help identify congenital syphilis cases in a Brazilian area, contributing to the development of health policies to prevent and control syphilis in women and their children.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.12974/2311-8687.2019.07.6


Congenital syphilis in a preterm newborn with gastrointestinal disorders and postnatal growth restriction

Abstract Background Congenital syphilis is influenced by the locationntal transmission of Treponema pallidum spirochetes from an infectious mother to fetus during pregnancy. Due to the combined pathogenic effects of both CS and prematurity, premature infants with CS may have more severe signs of disease than the term ones. Presentation of Case We present a case study based on a female preterm infant with the majority of the typical CS signs, in addition to digestive difficulties, colon stenosis, and postnatal growth restriction, which contribute to postnatal growth restriction. The mother did not receive any medication after being positive at the syphilis screening test of the first trimester of pregnancy, but she did not receive any medication. Our newborn was VDRL positive at birth, and she was treated with intravenous benzylpenicillin G for ten days. Within the descending tract, a barium enema X-Ray identified a colon stenosis. An improvement of enteral feeding was seen following the introduction of an amino acid-based drug at 5 months of age, with no further and significantly reduced episodes of abdominal distension and vomiting respectively, as well as regular stool emission found during that period. A psychological assistance to the family allowed for a more stable relationship between the mother and her baby, thus adding to food tolerance and growth. Conclusions Our study highlights less common gastrointestinal disorders like feeding difficulties, colon stenosis, and malabsorption, leading to postnatal growth delay. CS may be present in high-income countries, with high rates of antenatal screening and early pregnancy services available in both cases.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13052-022-01404-5

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