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PALU OROZCO, Adrián; VERA SANCHEZ, Marcela; OROZCO GONZALEZ, María Iluminada  and  BRITO MORENO, Ana Lourdes. Space management of entomoecologic risks in Santiago de Cuba. MEDISAN [online]. 2017, vol.21, n.6, pp.695-702. ISSN 1029-3019.

An observational, descriptive and ecological study was carried out in Santiago de Cuba, in the year 2015, with the purpose of identifying the existence of space patterns regarding the Stegomyia aegypti infestation and in this way developing a space prognosis analysis in this respect. Thus, summarized simple and complex variables were used, as well as complexity paradigms (neuronal nets and geospace management). It was observed that the randomized dispersion of Stegomyia aegypti conditions diffuse patterns of the infestation, mostly defined by the social dynamics, more than by the common biological characteristics of the vector. In the same way, the use of the panoramic Epidemiology provided new edges of knowledge in the analysis of the problem

Keywords : panoramic epidemiology; echoepidemiology; neuronal nets; space analysis; dandy fever; Stegomyia aegypti.

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