Vacunación de COVID-19 en grupos ginecológicos y obstétricos especiales

  • María Antonia López Rubio Ginecóloga. Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Albacete (SESCAM). España
Palabras clave: COVID-19, coronavirus, embarazo, lactancia, vacuna, pandemia, cáncer ginecológico

Resumen

La pandemia por COVID-19 y las serias repercusiones que está teniendo han hecho que se agilice el desarrollo de un arma terapéutica fundamental para comenzar a erradicarla: las vacunas. Son un instrumento fundamental de prevención primaria que se administrará inicialmente a los grupos más vulnerables o con alto riesgo de exposición, ampliando el abanico de administración a otro tipo de población en fases posteriores. Puede surgir controversia a la hora de vacunar a grupos ginecológicos específicos, como son las gestantes, mujeres lactantes o pacientes con cáncer ginecológico. El propósito de este artículo es analizar la información disponible con respecto a la vacunación en estos grupos.

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Biografía del autor/a

María Antonia López Rubio, Ginecóloga. Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Albacete (SESCAM). España

Médico Especialista en Medicina Familiar y Comunitaria.

Doctora en Cirugía por la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

M.I.R. en Obstetricia y Ginecologçía

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2021-01-11