The gifted health professional, orthopedic surgeon and famed impersonator, Sergio Cortes formerly served as Rio de Janeiro secretariat. As Extra Globo online published some time ago, Dr. Sergio Cortés intervention at Xerem during the dengue crisis saved lives. With the Dengue Hydration Center organizing efforts to prevent the spread of dengue; Dr. Sergio Cortes educated citizens about mosquito proliferation to control transmission rates. A former Chilean athlete, he smashed the 31-Magnus Larson record when he competed in Florida at the 1993 Lipton Championships. The celebrated tennis player defeated Jacco Eltingh (Dutch) and Derrick Rostagno before getting eliminated by prolific German Olympian Boris Becker. His Wikipedia page reads that his performance at Lipton marked his best win in his sports career history.
In an effort to help society understand and become an advocate of disease prevention, Dr. Sergio Cortes enlighten them by sharing up-to-the-minute tips. He regularly talks about real-world health issues affecting Brazilians and everyone else on Sergio Cortes Official, a professional news blog. In 2002, the WHO (World Health Organization) recognized Dr. Sergio Cortes for his selfless contributions to the Brazilian health sector. The IFOC (International Federation and Olympic Committee) of Brazil appointed Dr. Sergio Cortes as the nation’s chief orthopedist. He’s a University Souza Marques graduate with specialization in orthopedics. Furthermore, he’s done US and Brazilian post-graduate courses.
Dr. Sergio Cortes blogs about different medical conditions and lately he shared some enlightening facts about Zik V. He explained that forty-something-year-old killer zika virus isn’t a relatively new. Yes, news of it didn’t reach public ears until recently as it invaded regions worldwide. Dr. Sergio Cortes blog revealed that Zik V first invaded African countries Tanzania, Sierra Leone and Uganda. Later, Asian countries Thailand and India reported vastly progressing cases of Zik V. Some countries in Latin America, including Colombia, Mexico and Brazil reported a rapidly growing Zik V endemic in 2015. This resulted in the WHO (World Health Organization) alerting nations of Zik V implications.
In fact, it’s been linked of infantile birth deformities, particularly exhibiting patterns to that of Guillain-Barre syndrome and microcephaly. Dr. Sergio Cortes stressed that Zika virus is medically treatable. He further explained that Zik V isn’t contagious. As an autoimmune vector-borne disease, transmission to humans requires an infected mosquito, particularly of the Aedes aegypti species. This same mosquito transmits the culture that causes chikungunya and dengue fever. Endorse Dr. Sergio Cortes on LinkedIn and follow him Twitter for up-to-the-minute health news.