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Alejandra Jáuregui; Gabriela Argumedo; Catalina Medina (et al.)
Cynthia Boruchowicz; Susan W. Parker; Lindsay Robbins
Marlen Martínez-Domínguez; Isael Fierros-González
Consultation #CaminitodelaEscuela of the Mexico City Human Rights Commission is a second exercise of participation aimed at knowing the opinion of children and adolescents in the context of the SARS-CoV-2 virus pandemic. Specifically, this consultation is aimed at knowing your opinion on the return to school in person. #CaminitodelaEscuela consisted, on the one hand, of a brief questionnaire to know if the girls, boys and adolescents want to return to face-to-face classes, as well as which they consider it to be the main fear related to it. The questionnaire was disseminated online
Nina Mendez-Dominguez; Karen Santos-Zaldívar; Salvador Gomez-Carro (et al.)
In Mexico, the COVID-19 pandemic led to preventative measures such as confinement and social interaction limitations that paradoxically may have aggravated healthcare access disparities for pregnant women and accentuated health system weaknesses addressing high-risk patients’ pregnancies. This study's objective is to estimate the maternal mortality ratio in 1 year and analyze the clinical course of pregnant women hospitalized due to acute respiratory distress syndrome and COVID-19. A retrospective surveillance study of the national maternal mortality was performed from February 2020–February 2021 in Mexico related to COVID-19 cases in pregnant women, including their outcomes. Comparisons were made between patients who died and those who survived to identify prognostic factors and underlying health conditions distribution.
Gunther Dietz; Laura Selene Mateos Cortés
Pablo Gaitán-Rossi; Mireya Vilar-Compte; Graciela Teruel (et al.)
The aim of this study was validate the telephone modality of the Latin American and Caribbean Food Security Scale (ELCSA) included in three waves of a phone survey to estimate the monthly household food insecurity prevalence during the COVID-19 pandemic in Mexico. The reliability and internal validity of the ELCSA scale has been examined in three repeated waves of cross-sectional surveys with Rasch models. The monthly prevalence of food insecurity in the general population and in households with and without children has been estimated and compared them with a national 2018 survey. Concurrent validity has also been tested by testing associations of food insecurity with socio-economic status and anxiety.
Adan Silverio-Murillo; Jose Roberto Balmori de la Miyar; Lauren Hoehn-Velasco
Enrique López-Aguilar; Rocío Cárdenas-Navarrete; Alfredo Simental-Toba (et al.)
Francisco Cabrera-Hernandez; Maria Padilla-Romo
Nashieli Ramírez Hernández.
M. Vilar-Compte; V. Pérez; G. Teruel (et al.)
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