Global Advanced Research Journal of Agricultural Science (GARJAS) ISSN: 2315-5094
July 2018 Vol. 7(7): pp. 191-197
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Full Length Research Paper
Epidemiological profile of a Community of the marginal area of the State of Guerrero, Mexico.
MSP. Lorena Inés Bernal Mendoza1, MSP. Elvia Peña Marcial1, ME. Leticia Reyna Ávila1, MCE. Juan Yovani Telumbre Terrero2,
1Teachers-Researchers of the School of Nursing No.1, of the Autonomous University of Guerrero.
2Professor-Researcher at the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Universidad Autónomadel Carmen.
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Accepted 25 May, 2018
Introduction: In the area of primary health care, the analysis of the situation is known as a community health diagnosis, understood as "the process of data collection and its subsequent transformation into information, which allows assessing the problems and needs Health of the population and the factors that determine them”. Health is a dynamic process in which various factors intervene. Man is part of a community with defined social and cultural patterns, whose life in common influences his health. The objective of the research was to: Identify the needs and / or problems in the population, through the application of the integral health diagnosis methodology, to propose viable and feasible alternatives in the care of the identified situation. Material and Methods: Cross - sectional, observational and descriptive study, carried out by population census of the marginal area of the city of Chilpancingo de los Bravo, in the state of Guerrero. Instrument: Microdiagnostic card from the Health Department modified for this study. Results: the female population was predominantly female (52.4%). The most frequent social problems found were: in adolescents unwanted pregnancies, consumption of legal and illegal substances. In adults, chronic degenerative diseases, such as diabetes mellitus and hypertension, which correspond to the first causes of national morbidity. The population lacks social security health services, and highlights the lack of organized social response to the disease.
Keywords: diagnosis, health, problems.
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