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  • 1. 10/10/2010 5:40:04 PM 10/10/2010 5:40:04 PM 10/10/2010 5:40:04 PM CV SALAS MARONSKY, Hans............................................................................................................................................1/10 Areas of Expertise................................................................................................................................................1/10 Education.............................................................................................................................................................1/10 Computer Skills....................................................................................................................................................1/10 Additional Information ...........................................................................................................................................2/10 Text Files - A. Work experience information 2008 and 2009...............................................................................3/10 Text Files - B Epidemiological and clinical study ..................................................................................................3/10 Text Files - C Rotavirus Mortality.........................................................................................................................4/10 Text Files - D Assesment of the economic impact of the antiretroviral vaccine in Venezuela.............................4/10 Text Files - E Scielo-Venezuela.Different areas of Knowledge............................................................................5/10 Text Files - F Estimation of HIV ............................................................................................................................6/10 Text Files - G National Observatory of Science and Technology: Meetings and Conferences ............................6/10 Text Files - H Posgraduate Degrees Thesis......................................................................................................10/10 i
  • 2. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans Areas of Expertise Biostatistician 6-10 years Enteric Diseases and Cholera over 10 years HIV/AIDS 6-10 years Public Health Epidemiology over 10 years University and Higher Education 3 to 5 years Education Highest Educational Degree Master's Degree (or Equivalent) Educational details Year Name of Education Institution Degree / Title of degree/diploma and description of studies Diploma 2000 Specialist in Computer Statistics, Simón Other Specialist degree. Description of studies: 2005 Bolívar University, Caracas, Venezuela; Postgraduate Specialist in Engineering, Simón Thesis: Bayesian Dynamic Spatial Model Bolívar University, Caracas, Venezuela: Courses for Forecasting Infant and Maternal completed in Probability, Data Analysis, Statistical Mortality in Venezuela. Methods, Decision Theory, Statistical Modeling; Caracas, Universidad Simón Bolívar, Thesis: Bayesian Dynamic Spatial Model for Venezuela Forecasting Infant and Maternal Mortality in Venezuela Venezuela. 1995 Masters in Epidemiology, Pontificia M. Sc Masters in Epidemiology. 1997 Universidad Católica del Ecuador; Thesis: Factors Associated with Venezuelan Hemorrhagic Fever in the Rural Community of Guanarito. Cooperation Project with French Regional Cooperation and PAHO/WHO. Quito, Ecuador Ecuador 1994 Bachelor of Science Course in Public Diploma University-level courses in Public Health: Public 1994 Health, Central University of Venezuela, Health Administration, Statistics, Epidemiology, Caracas. Health Education. Caracas, Federal District. Venezuela 1983 Doctor of Medicine, University of the M.D. 1991 Andes. Mérida, Venezuela Venezuela Other educational details Current Studies (2005-07, not completed): Masters in Philosophy and Scientific Logic, School of the Humanities and Education, Central University of Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela. VI International Course on Intermediate Epidemiological Methods, with Emphasis on Natural Disasters, National Institute of Health, Bogotá, Colombia (October 1999). Computer Skills Wordprocessor: Microsoft office Developer Database: Excel, EpiInfo, GIS, SPSS, R, S-plus, Developer BATS, Spreadsheet: Excel, SPSS Developer Operating Systems: R, Splus Proficient Internet & e-mail: Proficient Presentation: Microsoft Office Developer Programming: R, Access Proficient Other software: Spectrum; EMS
  • 3. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans Computer hardware/Special equipment: GIS Additional Information Relevant experience, living abroad, additional skills Current Profile: Medical Doctor with postgraduate degrees in Public Health, Epidemiology and Statistical Computing. Post-graduate courses in Philosophy and Scientific Logic. Studies and experience both inside and outside of Venezuela in project formulation for Public Health and ambulatory care clinics and health service management. Working in Epidemiology at local, district, regional and national-international levels.Experience labouring in populations deprived of liberty. Skill in documentary, clinical and epidemiological research. Teaching in Higher Education. Relevant Experience: Community training in health, quantitative analysis in biomedical research and statistics for Public Health. Dilated record in Venezuelan public administration. Currently working with an emphasis on epidemiological surveillance, investigation and control of communicable and non-communicable diseases. In 2006, headed the Inmunization Advisory Committee to introduce rotavirus vaccine in Venezuela, in cooperation with the Institute of Biomedicine, Ministry of Health and Pan American Health Organization.Temporary Advisory, Global consultation on Post Marketting Surveillance of Rotavirus Vaccines, Geneva,12-13 December 2006. Short Term Consultant at PWR-Perú and PAHO-HQ, WDC ,September (2007)-July (2008). Emphasis on IHR. Short Term Professional at PWR-ELS (P4.1) like Technical Officer, Advisor on Communicable and Non Communicable Diseases (HSD). Member of the International Epidemiological Association (IEA). Publications, fellowships, etc.: Various recent publications: Gonzalez R, Salas-Maronsky H, Babelona E, et al.Epidemiological and clinical study of diarrhea by rotavirus in children under 5 years of age attended in medical centers of the Miranda state, Venezuela. Invest Clin 2008; 49 (4): 499-510 (PubMed) Pérez Schael I, Salinas B, González R, Salas H, Ludert J, Escalona M, Alcalá A, Rosas M, Materán M. Rotavirus mortality confirmed by etiological identification in Venezuelan children with diarrhea. Potential impact of burden disease. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2007 May;26(5):393-7. (Pubmed) Constenla D, Pérez-Schael I, Rheingans RD, Antil L, Salas H, Yarzábal JP. Evaluación del impacto económicode la vacuna antirrotavírica en Venezuela. Rev Panam Salud Publica. 2006;20 (4): 213- 22.(PubMed) Salas H, Pérez Schael I, Gonzalez R. Invaginación Intestinal en Venezuela y los eventos adversos a la vacuna antirotavirus en Venezuela. OPS, Mayo 2006 Moya A, Manuel J, Araoz, Francisco and Salas M, Hans. Clinical Epidemiological Study of Superficial Mycoses in Rabbits from Conventional animal facilities. INHRR, Dec. 2006, vol.37, no.2, p.27-34 (Scielo Venezuela) Bandes A, Selgrad S, Salas H. Nemátodos de la Familia Anisakidae en el pescado fresco que se expende para el consumo humano en Caracas, Venezuela. INHRR v 36 n2 Caracas 2005 (Scielo Venezuela) Salas H y Campos JM. Estimación y proyección del VIHSIDA en Venezuela, en: Cambio Demográfico y desigualdad social.UNFPA .Caracas, 2006 Pérez-Schael, I., González R., Larrea, F., Barreto, A., Pinto, B., Salas, H., Lebrún, C., Materán, M., Estado Actual de la Diarrea por Rotavirus en Venezuela. Informe Médico. 2002; 4 (5):323 -331. Larrea, F., Salas, H., Montiel, Luis., Godoy, O., Bañuelos A. El Dengue en Venezuela en: El Dengue y el Sarampión en Venezuela .Organización Panamericana de la Salud, Caracas, 1997. Abstracts: Salas H,Pérez Schael I, Salinas B, Urrestarazu MI, Bastardo J and Nieves B.Severity and age of RV diarrhea, but not socioeconomic conditions, are associated to seasonality in Venezuela, aceptado en 9th Internacional Symposium on dsRNA viruses. Cape Town, South Africa 2006 Salas H,Pérez Schael I, Salinas B, Tomat M and Gonzáez R.Rotavirus is a risk factor for dehydration due to diarrhea in childrens under 5 years of age. 7th International Rotavirus Symposium Lisboa, 2006 Salas, H., Perfiles de Marcel Roche. Revista del Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel,2003 ;34(2):35 38 (Scielo Venezuela) Salas, H.,Fiebre Amarilla en el Foco San Camilo: Perspectiva Actual. XXIV Aniversario de la Sociedad Científica del Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel Caracas, 2000 . Larrea, F., Salas, H., Montiel, Luis., Godoy, O., Enfermedades Transmitidas por Alimentos, Situación en Venezuela, 1997. Un desafío a los Epidemiólogos IX Reunión Científica de la Asociación Venezolana de Epidemiología. Maracay, 1998. Audiovisuales: http://biblo.una.edu.ve/biblodig/bdaudio/audext/txt.htm Taller de Análisis Epidemiológico. Parte I Videograbación Escuela de Medicina Luis Razetti, Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel y Universidad Nacional Abierta; Especialista en contenido, Dr. Hans Salas Maronsky; Productor y Director, María Elena Laviosa. Caracas: UNA, 2000. 1 casete (56 min., 9 seg.): son., col; ¾ plg. 10/10/2010 2/10
  • 4. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans RA650.55V4 T3. Taller de Análisis Epidemiológico. Parte II Videograbación Escuela de Medicina Luis Razetti, Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel y Universidad Nacional Abierta; Especialista en contenido, Dr. Hans Salas Maronsky; Productor y Director, María Elena Laviosa. Caracas: UNA, 2000. -1 casete (47 min., 9 seg.): son., col; ¾ plg./RA650.55 V4 T35/. Taller de Lectura Crítica de Artículos Científicos. Parte I Videograbación Escuela de Medicina Luis Razetti, Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel y Universidad Nacional Abierta; Especialista en contenido, Dr. Hans Salas Maronsky; Productor y Director, María Enriqueta Faria.-Caracas: UNA, 2000.-1 casete (48 min., 46 seg.) : son., col. ; ¾ plg./R850 T3/. Taller de Lectura Crítica de Artículos Científicos. Parte II Videograbación Escuela de Medicina Luis Razetti, Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel y Universidad Nacional Abierta; Especialista en contenido, Dr. Hans Salas Maronsky; Productor y Director, María Enriqueta Faria.-Caracas: UNA, 2000.-1 casete (47 min., 9 seg.): son., col. ; ¾ plg. R850 T35. Otras publicaciones A Ciencia Cierta: Revista de la Sociedad Científica del INH RR. (Editor Fundador) Revista del Instituto Nacional de Higiene "Rafael Rangel" (Miembro del Comité Editorial). Members of the South American HIV Molecular Surveillance Working Group."Prevalences, Genotypes, and Risk Factors for HIV Transmission in South America". JAIDS: Volume 40(1) 1 September 2005 pp 57-64 Text Files - A. Work experience information 2008 and 2009 PAHO Meetings attended 2008-09: Semana Científica en Homenaje a los 100 años de descubrimiento de la Enfermedad de Chagas. Belen Do Pará, Brasil, 20 al 24 de abril de 2009. Incluyó II Reunión Conjunta de Inciativas Subregionales de Prevención y Control de la Enfermedad de Chagas: Cono Sur, Centroamérica, Andina, Amazónica y México. 20 al 22 de abril de 2009. Reunión de coordinación de "Enfermedades Transmisibles" Bogotá, Colombia 23 al 27 de febrero de 2009. Reunión de Consulta y Planificación Subregional sobre Extensión de Esfuerzos para vigilancia de resistencia a los antimaláricos - AMI/RAVREDA -en Centroamérica, San Salvador, El Salvador, febrero de 2009 12a Reunión de Directores de Programas Nacionales de Control de Rabia en América Latina, La Antigua Guatemala del 30 de noviembre al 2 de diciembre de 2008 XXIV PRERESSCAD, San Salvador, El Salvador, 20-21 Noviembre 2008 XI Reunión de la Comisión Intergubernamental de la Iniciativa de los Países de Centroamérica para el Control de la Transmisión Vectorial, Transfusional y la Atención Médica de la Enfermedad de Chagas (IPCA). San José, Costa Rica, 18 al 20 de noviembre de 2008 Reunión centroamericana en seguimiento al Plan Subregional de Cáncer, Tegucigalpa Honduras, 17-18 septiembre 2008 Taller de implementación del Convenio Marco para el control del Tabaco de la OMS para países de habla Hispana y Portuguesa .Lima, Perú, 9 al 12 de septiembre de 2008 Reunión Anual de la Red de Vigilancia de la Resistencia a los Antibióticos, San Salvador 20-22 de agosto de 2008 Reunión Regional área HSD, Panamá, 29 al 31 de Julio de 2008 Text Files - B Epidemiological and clinical study Invest Clin. 2008 Dec;49(4):499-510.Links[Epidemiological and clinical study of diarrhea by rotavirus in children under 5 years of age attended in medical centers of the Miranda State, Venezuela][Article in Spanish] González R, Salas-Maronsky H, Balebona E, Martinez JR, Serrano N, Pérez-Schael I. Laboratorio de Enfermedades Entéricas, Cardiológico Infantil Dr. Gilberto Rodríguez Ochoa, Caracas Venezuela. rosagoma@hotmail.com To have a better knowledge of the epidemiological and clinical aspects of rotavirus (RV) infection treated at out-patient clinics, we carried out a study in five centers (one hospital type I, and four out-patient clinics) of Miranda state, between
  • 5. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans february 2006 and january 2007. We evaluated 194 children under 5 years old with acute diarrhea and analyzed the following characteristics: gender, age, socioeconomic condition, breastfeeding, nutritional status, clinical characteristics, rotavirus diagnosis and typing by Enzyme Linked immuno Sorbent Asssay (EISA) and G typing by RT-PCR, respectively. The population presented the following characteristics: 53% males; mean age, 17.6 +/- 14.05 months; 68% belonged to worker and marginal class (Graffar 4 and 5); 59% were breast-fed during their first year of life; 13% were malnourished; 40% were dehydrated and 19% were infected with RV. RV infection was significantly and more frequently associated with vomiting (94%, P 0.0001) and malnourishment (30%, P=0.0010) than the episodes negative for rotavirus. In dehydrated cases, significantly greater malnourishment (21%, P=0.0232) and RV (28%, P=0.0407). We found significant differences between the hospital and out-patient clinics, in terms of Graffar 4 and 5 (90% vs .53%, P 0.0001), malnourished (23% vs. 6%, P=0.006), dehydration (63% vs 24%, P 0.0001) and RV (27% vs. 13%, P=0.027). Fourteen samples RV positive were genotyped and the G types were 29% G1, 21% G3 and 14% G4 types. This study suggests that RV cause severe diarrhea associated to malnutrition and poverty and significantly affect the population older than one year of age in the region studied. PMID: 19245168 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE Text Files - C Rotavirus Mortality Pediatr Infect Dis J 2007 May; 26 (5): 393-7 Rotavirus mortality confirmed by etiologic identification in Venezuelan children with diarrhea.Pérez-Schael I, Salinas B, González R, Salas H, Ludert JE, Escalona M, Alcalá A, Rosas MA, Materán M. Instituto de Biomedicina, Fuvesin, Ministerio de Salud y Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela. iperez@movistar.net.ve BACKGROUND: Hospital-based studies to determine the etiology of deaths from diarrhea are scarce. In this study, we specifically analyzed deaths due to rotavirus to assess the rotavirus impact on diarrhea mortality. METHODS: To determine the rotavirus proportion contributing to mortality due to diarrhea, we analyzed data obtained from a hospital-based mortality surveillance, conducted over 7 years, in the Ciudad Hospitalaria Dr. Enrique Tejera, Valencia, Venezuela. Rotavirus was identified in stool samples collected from children who died of diarrhea, by a confirmatory ELISA and/or reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction. RESULTS: Our results show that rotavirus (21%; 21/100) is the leading cause of death due to diarrhea among children under 5 years of age; rotavirus also has an important impact (2%; 21/1336) on deaths from all causes in this age group. Shigella spp. (19%; 13/69) was the second most important cause of death, followed by calicivirus (6%; 3/53). Furthermore, this study documents a seasonal pattern in the deaths due to rotavirus (odds ratio 3.28; 95% confidence interval 1.13-9.76). CONCLUSIONS: For Venezuela, it is estimated that approximately 300 children under 5 years of age die of rotavirus each year, which means that 1 in 1800 children die by the age of 5. Rotavirus was found to be the main cause of death due to diarrhea, which supports previous estimations. This is the first study to present data of cause-specific mortality due to diarrhea based on hospital surveillance of diarrhea etiologies. PMID: 17468648 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Text Files - D Assesment of the economic impact of the antiretroviral vaccine in Venezuela Rev Panam Salud Publica/Pan Am J Public Health 20(4), 2006 213 Assessment of the economic impact of the antiretroviral vaccine in Venezuela][Article in Spanish] Constenla D, Pérez-Schael I, Rheingans RD, Antil L, Salas H, Yarzábal JP. Department of Global Health, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA. OBJECTIVE: To assess the cost of medical care for rotavirus gastroenteritis and the cost-effectiveness of the antiretroviral vaccine in Venezuelan children under five. METHODS: We used an economic model that comprises epidemiologic information, vaccine efficacy, and the cost of medical care in connection with rotavirus gastroenteritis, viewed from a social perspective. In order to determine the effectiveness of the vaccine, we estimated the number of hospitalized cases, of medical visits, and of deaths averted after vaccination. The cost-effectiveness of the vaccine was determined on the basis of the number of disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) and cases averted. RESULTS: In Venezuela, health services spend approximately 4.2 million US$ yearly on covering the costs of medical care for rotavirus-related disease. In a vaccinated cohort, an antiretroviral vaccination program would prevent around 52% (186) of the deaths, 54% (7,232) of the hospitalizations, and 50% (55,168) of the ambulatory visits that take place during the first five years of life. For an estimated cost of approximately 24 US$ per individual vaccination schedule, the cost-effectiveness ratio obtained is 1,352 US$ per DALY. CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study suggest that antiretroviral vaccination is a cost-effective strategy for preventing rotavirus gastroenteritis in Venezuela, since it can prevent deaths and DALYs in the population under five years of age. PMID: 17316479 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
  • 6. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans 1 Department of Global Health, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, Estados Unidos de América. 2 Instituto de Biomedicina-Fuvesin, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Ministerio de Salud, Caracas, Venezuela. 3 Instituto Nacional de Higiene "Rafael Rangel", Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela. 4 GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals, Caracas, Venezuela. Text Files - E Scielo-Venezuela.Different areas of Knowledge. Scientific Electronic Library Online-Venezuela Paper Number One Anabel Bandes V., Sofía I. Selgrad R., Manuela Ríos de S. , Hans Salas M Nematodos of the family Anisakidae in the fresh fish. Revista del Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel Caracas 2005 v.36 n.2,p.21-29 Abstract The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence and mean intensity of parasitation by nematode larval of the Anisakidae family in fresh fish species of mayor demand in Caracas, to evaluate the risk to public health and suggest preventive measures. 302 samples were studied of 21 species of fish, the samples were collected at the Mayor Market of Coche (El Valle, Caracas) in the period 2003-2005, coming from the Venezuelan sea coast (east, center and west). Parasitological analyses were done by compression, candling, sedimentation, digestion and nematode identification. Prevalence and mean intensity of parasitation were calculated. The parasitized samples were lisa (Mugil curema or Mugil incilis) and lebranche (Mujil liza) with a prevalence of 76% (IC95%: 58% a 89%) and 94% (IC95%: 80% a 99%), and mean intensity of 13.1 ± 5,2 parasites /unit, and 10,7 ± 3,6 parasites/unit respectively. The nematodes identified for lisa samples were: Pseudoterranova sp (56%), Contracaecum sp. (48%) Anisakis sp. (16 %), and for lebranche samples were: Pseudoterranova sp. (47%), Contracaecum sp. (47%), Anisakis sp. (16%) and Hysterothylacium sp. (3%). The parasites were localized mainly at the mesentery and visceral organs. The parasitation prevalence and mean intensity for both species were high in all cases, independent of geographic origin. It could be hypothesized that the intermediary and definitive host of these parasites are currently present in the Venezuelan sea coast. Due to the hazard to the public health, it is recommend evisceration, freezing and adequate cooking of the fish in order to minimize the risk of human infection. Key words: Anisakidae family, Fish, Mugil liza, Mugil curema/incilis Revista del Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel ISSN 0798-0477 versión impresa Paper Number Two Manuel J. Moya A, Francisco Araoz, Hans Salas M Clinical Epidemiological Study of Superficial Mycoses in Rabbits from Conventional animal facilities Revista del Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel diciembre 2006 v.37 n.2 Caracas,p.27-34 SUMMARY The superficial mycoses are diseases caused by fungi that live on the skin and/or in their annexes. It was carried out a study in 214 white New Zealand rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) between 19 days and 5 years of age, reproduced for more than 16 years, in the animal facilities of the National Institute of Hygiene «Rafael Rangel», to determine the incidence and prevalence of the superficial mycoses and the associated epidemic factors. The study contemplated the clinic, laboratory and epidemiology. The size of the sample was estimated by Epi- Info version 5,01 program settling down 15% of prospective frequency, 5% error and 95% confidence level. Alopecia and descamative lesions, as well as the general state of the animals, was evaluated. Hair samples and epidermal flakes was taking out by mechanical traction and rasped. Direct exam with 10% KOH plus Parker ink was carried out and the samples were seeded in Mycosel and Lactritmel agar tubes. It was determined: accumulated incidence, and prevalence in rates and proportions to establish the occurrence pattern of the mycoses. The main fungi causing superficial mycoses were: T. mentagrophytes (dermatophyte) and Scopulariopsis sp. (nondermatophyte). An accumulated incidence of 45% was 10/10/2010 5/10
  • 7. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans obtained in twelve months of observation and 8% of suspicious cases per animal-month. The prevalence oscillated between 3,6% and 4,8% in confirmed cases. This result give information for good laboratory practices application and contributes with the quality control program of the biological models. Key words: Epidemiology, superficial mycoses, bioterio, dermatophytoses Text Files - F Estimation of HIV Salas H y Campos JM. Estimación y Proyección del VIH/SIDA en Venezuela. Fue publicado en Cambio Demogràfico y Desigualdad social en Venezuela al Inicio del Tercer Milenio. UNFPD, 2005.UNFPD, 2005 (also available in www.somosavepo.org.ve/download/cdt_109.pdf ) Text Files - G National Observatory of Science and Technology: Meetings and Conferences National Observatory of Science and Technology (Observatorio Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología-ONCT, Venezuela): Researcher Level I en Venezuela, (2008-2010): Hans Antonio, Salas Maronsky Member of Promotion Program for Researcher (Programa Promoción Investigador, PPI- Nº: 10168) Meetings and Conferences. PPI's Format. Nombre del evento: Global Consultation on Postmarketing surveillance of Rotavirus vaccines Autor(es): Salas H, Pérez Schael I, González R Título del trabajo: Post-marketing surveillance (PMS) of the Rotarix vaccine safety, diarrheal disease and rotavirus strains in Venezuela. Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: CHE (Swizerland) Ciudad: Ginebra.WHO Mes/Año: 12 - 2006 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 2 Nombre del evento: Severity and age of RV diarrhea, but not socioeconomic conditions, are associated to seasonality in Venezuela", aceptado en 9th Internacional Symposium on dsRNA viruses. Cape Town, South Africa 2006 Autor(es): Pérez Schael I, Salas H, González R, Salinas B, Urrestarazu Mi, Bastardo J And Nieves B Título del trabajo: Severity and age of RV diarrhea, but not socioeconomic conditions, are associated to seasonality in Venezuela", Invitado como: No especifica Pais: ZAF Ciudad: Cape Town Mes/Año: 10 - 2006 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 3 Nombre del evento: Epidemiología de la diarrea por rotavirus en hospitales centinelas. Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Invaginación Intestinal en menores 5 años, Estado Carabobo, 1998-2001. Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 7 - 2006 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 4 Nombre del evento: 7th International Rotavirus Symposium Lisboa, 2006 Autor(es): Salas H,pérez Schael I, Salinas B,tomat M Y González R Título del trabajo: Rotavirus is a risk factor for dehydration due to diarrhea in childrens under 5 years of age. Pais: PRT Ciudad: Lisboa Mes/Año: 6 - 2006
  • 8. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 5 Nombre del evento: II Encuentro de Demógrafos.Asociacón Venezolana de Población y Universidad Católica Andrés Bello Autor(es): Salas Hans Y Campos Jm Título del trabajo: "Estimación y Proyección del VIH/SIDA en Venezuela" Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 11 - 2004 Área: DEMOGRAFIA Dato Formación: 6 Nombre del evento: 50 Asamblea General Ordinaria y Jornadas Científicas de Sociedad Venezolana de Salud Pública. Autor(es): Salas Hans Y Campos J Título del trabajo: Estimación y aproximación del VIH/SIDA en Venezuela Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: San Cristobal Mes/Año: 11 - 2004 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 7 Nombre del evento: II Congreso Científico Laboratorio Metropolitano Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Vih/sida en Venezuela Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 11 - 2004 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 8 Nombre del evento: 53ra Asamblea Genral de IMFMSA y SoCiVem y UCLA Autor(es): Salas H Título del trabajo: Medicina Tropical: Cólera Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Barquisimeto Mes/Año: 2 - 2004 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 9 Nombre del evento: I Jornadas Laboratorios de Salud Pública Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Estudios de Prevalencia en la Red Nacional de Laboratorios de Salud Pública Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 12 - 2003 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 10 Nombre del evento: Jornadas Científicas del ambulatorio Urbano Tipo III #Joaquín Mármol Luzardo# Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Situación Actual del VIH/SIDA Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Mérida Mes/Año: 11 - 2003 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 11 Nombre del evento: I Jornadas Científicas del Hospital Materno Infantil del Este. Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Epidemiología y prevención en salud 10/10/2010 7/10
  • 9. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 8 - 2003 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 12 Nombre del evento: III Reunión Nacional de Diagnóstico y Control de la Leptospirosis en Venezuela Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Situación de la Leptospirosis en Venezuela Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 8 - 2003 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 13 Nombre del evento: Taller Presimposio de fármacovigilancia en Simposio Internacional de Medicina Familiar. Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Diseños de estudios de investigación en fármacoepidemiología Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Maracaibo Mes/Año: 11 - 2002 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 14 Nombre del evento: Jornadas de Medicina Vial Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: La Salud Pública y los accidentes de tránsito Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 3 - 2002 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Salud pública Dato Formación: 15 Nombre del evento: Xxxiv Curso de Periodismo, Ciencia y Producción Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Prevención en Salud Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 10 - 2001 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Salud pública Dato Formación: 16 Nombre del evento: 2do encuentro de Epidemiología Hospitalaria del HUC y Sociedad Venezolana de Salud Pública Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Investigación en el hospital:evaluación de la gestión hospitalaria. Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 10 - 2001 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 17 Nombre del evento: XVII Asamblea General Ordinaria y Jornadas Científicas de la Sociedad Venezolana de Salud Pública Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Estrudio Epidemiológico del ambiente en Venezuela. Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 11 - 2000 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS 10/10/2010 8/10
  • 10. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 18 Nombre del evento: XXIV Aniversario de la Sociedad Científica del Instituto Nacional de Higiene "Rafael Rangel". Caracas, 2000 . Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Fiebre Amarilla en el Foco San Camilo, Prespectiva Actual Invitado como: No especifica Pais: VEN Ciudad: Caracas Mes/Año: 10 - 2000 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 19 Nombre del evento: XVIIICongreso Venezolano de Urología Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Bases metodológicas de la Investigación Clínica Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Valencia Mes/Año: 10 - 2000 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Ciencias clínicas Dato Formación: 20 Nombre del evento: Taller de preparación de un perfil de un programa andino de adiestramiento Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Epidemiología Aplicada en Venezuela Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: PER Ciudad: Lima Mes/Año: 4 - 2000 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 21 Nombre del evento: Vigilancia en Salud Pública Instituto Pedro Kourí, La Habana, Cuba, 1999 Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Fiebre Hemorrágica Venezolana Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: CUB Ciudad: La Habana Mes/Año: 11 - 1999 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 22 Nombre del evento: IX Congreso Venezolano de Bioanálisis.XI Jornadas Científicas de la Sociedad de Bioanalístas especialistas. Autor(es): Salas Hans Título del trabajo: Modelo de Vigilancia Epidemiológica de la enfermedades emergentes y reemergentes Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Puerto La Cruz Mes/Año: 6 - 1999 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 23 Nombre del evento: IX Reunión Científica de la Asociación Venezolana de Epidemiología. Maracay, 1998. Autor(es): Larrea F, Salas H, Montiel L, Godoy O Título del trabajo: Enfermedades Transmitidas por alimentos, situación en Venezuela. Invitado como: No especifica Pais: VEN Ciudad: Maracay Mes/Año: 11 - 1998 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Dato Formación: 24 Nombre del evento: IX Reunión Científica Anual de Asociación Venezolana de Epidemiología Autor(es): Salas Hans 10/10/2010 9/10
  • 11. SALAS MARONSKY, Hans Título del trabajo: Factores asociados a Fiebre Hemorrágica Venezolana Invitado como: Conferencista Pais: VEN Ciudad: Maracay Mes/Año: 10 - 1998 Área: CIENCIAS MEDICAS Disciplina: *Epidemiología Especialidad: OTRAS AREAS DE CONOCIMIENTO Text Files - H Posgraduate Degrees Thesis Factors Associated to Venezuelan Hemorrhagic Fever in Guanarito Rural Community (Dec 1997). Abstract: The purpose of the research was to find out family related or personal factors associated to Venezuelan Hemorrhagic fever in order to draw strategies to get under control the endemic-epidemic disease reported and whose first outbreak was documented in 1989 at Guanarito, a town of the Portuguesa state of Venezuela. Human group, characteristics in the site, labour habits and domestics microwheather agents were analyzed by means of a comparative study of 22 samples, 66 indoor controls and 21 outdoor controls using a transverse and retrospective enquire which included hypothetical risk factors. A randomly selected multistage sample of subjects older than 8 years old was taken nearby for control inclusion. Percentage estimates, odds ratio and its confidence intervals (95%) were used for one-level agent as stratified analysis. Relations were studied using ji squared test, Fisher's exact test, the variances, Kruskall Wallis and Barlett's Test. From this analysis results suggest that there is more risk for human males, whose labouractivity is farming, they are foreigners, who cath/keep rodents at their home, they employ farming tools and belong to families that cohabit with pets. Results therefore have allowed to take new supervising strategies and keep on with the research by increasing the sample. Bayesian Dynamic Linear Model for the Prediction of Maternal and Child Mortality in Venezuela (Feb 2005). Abstract The objective was to build a Bayesian dynamic linear model for the study of the rates of infant and maternal mortality during the period 1940-1999, aiming to predict the time series in the future. For this, we examined the time series of infant mortality and maternal mortality in Venezuela from 1940 to 1999 and conducted interventions (subjective information) for the construction of the linear model, adjusting it through dynamic changes in the variance. These interventions were conducted in 1968 for the infant mortality series and 1983 for maternal deaths series.Rates of infant and maternal mortality were predicted for 2000, 2001 and 2002. The predictions were compared with the historical record, obtaining acceptable results. This highlights the usefulness of the Bayesian dynamic linear model in the analysis and prediction of time series. 10/10/2010 10/10