Débora Cristina Coraça-Huber


The outcomes of a pathogen colonization and development of clinical infection can be strictly related to the general health status of a patient. The spread of the awareness about the dangers of underlying health conditions should be the main role of the conventional medicine, as well as the key to successful treatments and control of diseases.

Texto completo:

PDF (English) PDF


Laires PA, Nunes C. Population-based Estimates for High Risk of Severe COVID-19 Disease due to Age and Underlying Health Conditions. Acta Med Port. 2020 Nov [cited 2021 Jun 8]; 33(11):720-725. Available from:

Walker JL, Grint DJ, Strongman H, Eggo RM, Peppa M, Minassian C, et al. UK prevalence of underlying conditions which increase the risk of severe COVID-19 disease: a point prevalence study using electronic health records. BMC public health. 2021 Mar [cited 2021 Jun 8]; 21:484. Available from:

Irons R. Pandemic … or syndemic? Re-framing COVID-19 disease burden and 'underlying health conditions'. Soc Anthropol. 2020 May [cited 2021 Jun 8]; 19:10.1111: 1469-8676. Available from:

Salvi GE, Cosgarea R, Sculean A. Prevalence and Mechanisms of Peri-implant Diseases. J Dent Res. 2017 Jan [cited 2021 Jun 8]; 96(1):31-37. Available from:

Li C, Renz N, Trampuz A. Management of Periprosthetic Joint Infection. Hip Pelvis. 2018 Sep [cited 2021 Jun 8]; 30(3):138-146. Available from:

Knabl L, Kuppelwieser B, Mayr A, Posch W, Lackner M, Coraҫa-Huber D, et al. High percentage of microbial colonization of osteosynthesis material in clinically unremarkable patients. Microbiologyopen. 2019 Mar [cited 2021 Jun 8]; 8:e00658. Available from:

World Health O. The World health report: 2000: Health systems: improving performance. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2000.

Straub RH, Cutolo M. Psychoneuroimmunology-developments in stress research. Wien Med Wochenschr. 2018 Mar [cited 2021 Jun 8]; 168(3-4):76-84. Available from:

Schubert C, Hagen C. Bidirectional Cause-Effect Relationship Between Urinary Interleukin-6 and Mood, Irritation, and Mental Activity in a Breast Cancer Survivor. Front Neurosci. 2018 Nov [cited 2021 Jun 8]; 12:848. Available from:



  • Não há apontamentos.


Internacionais: CuidenIndex Copernicus InternationalResearch BibleLatindexCrossRefScholar Google; REDIB; PKP Index; DOAJ; MIAR; Biblioteca Virtual em Saúde (BVS); BDEnf.

Nacionais: DiadorimIBICTSumarios.orgLIVRE; periodicos CAPES.

REPIS is available in: Publons

ISSN: 2446-7901