The Disease Caused by Zika Virus: Current Clinical and Epidemiological Features

O.K. Duda, L.P. Kotsiubailo, V.O. Boiko, M.V. Okruzhnov, Yu.O. Sukhov, A.P. Holub

Abstract


The article deals with the topical issue of today — the disease caused by Zika virus. The etiology and pathogenesis of the disease were described, attention is paid to the examination of a patient with suspected Zika virus. Laboratory tests available in the Synevo laboratory are listed. Recommendations for the treatment are given taking into account the fact that today the causal antiviral treatment is not developed.


Keywords


Zika virus; diagnosis; prevention

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2312-413x.2.11.2016.77530

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