How to Evaluate Viral Transmission in Enclosed Areas. Medical Geology saving places from Covid-19


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Cruz-Rodrıguez L., Sanchez B. L. , Hochwımmer B., Hadda T. B. , Almalkı A. F. , Dilsiz N.

Journal of Bioscience & Biomedical Engineering, cilt.1, ss.1-8, 2020 (ESCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi)

  • Cilt numarası: 1 Konu: 1
  • Basım Tarihi: 2020
  • Dergi Adı: Journal of Bioscience & Biomedical Engineering
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.1-8

Özet

The new coronavirus, formed a clade within the subgenus Orthocoronavirinae, sarbecovirus subfamily. The first time these cases were published they were classified as “pneumonia of unknown etiology.” The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local CDCs organized an intensive outbreak investigation program. The etiology of this illness is now attributed to a novel virus belonging to the coronavirus (CoV) family, Covid-19. The pandemic caused by a novel virus strain Covid-19, approaches 7,734,000 cases with 429,000 fatalities in 215 countries worldwide. Moreover, a solid second wave in some countries, in cases exceeding the first, ensures that from the clinical range details of the 2 J B Bio Engine; 2020 www.unisciencepub.com Volume 1 | Issue 1 disease, new diagnostics, prevention and treatment strategies remain in the process of development. Unfortunately, for future epidemics insufficient research leading up to purported species-species viral transmission (VT) is disastrous. What we know is VT are more frequently episodic, yet always assume a systemic closed biology. However, this may be a faulty discipline assumption since the increasing episodic nature of viral transmission bears scrutiny on potential physiographicclimactic links. These in turn are open to geological-geogenic connections with regards to terrain biology and ecology. The entire biological cycle of the virus and host, together with the evolution of the epidemic, (most specifically identifying when the epidemic will reach its peak), is unknown, as are repositories of the next epidemic strains, or to such links. The entire environmental etiology of the CoV family is unsettled. Terrain-controlled genomic studies in soil geo-microbiology plus invertebrate Medical Geology for higher species-species transmissions studies are recommended. This may extend the viral genomic phylogenetic trees beyond the species-species barriers and provide diversity of potential future impacts. Geologists have not yet considered the possibility of this virus spreading by air, water, and earth. The discipline of Medical Geology can translate this enigmatic situation using its potential to understand the planet and human-animal (health) relationships. One aim of this type of study is to better understand potential ‘dormant genomic’ repositories of outbreaks, susceptible to such triggers and potential spread of those repositories, together with potential geogenic terrain factors like closed space and triggers. The question then: are future epidemic risks amenable to forecast from identifiable triggers? Of immediate concern, integrated research on closed spaces favorable or not to virus transmission subject to certification. We are opening diversity research in viral Medical Geology studies, as a new discipline. Currently, there appears to be an urgent need for society to be educated on how to exist in a world with the Covid-19 virus whilst simultaneously preventing the spread of the pandemic. However, it is obviously not enough to impose physical distancing among people, isolation of patients, coughing “vampire” style into your elbow or continuing the usage of hand disinfectants and hand washing. The goal of this most recent work is to present the values of VT (ie: viral transmission) as a reference for individuals (VTi) as well as for closed spaces where people will be present (VTcs). We have presented a unique mathematical model, which is unprecedented. It analyzes four key parameters in the propagation of Covid-19. The VTi in selected enclosed spaces (VTcs) was calculated according to the mathematical algorithm proposed by Prof. Dr. Luis CRUZ RODRIGUEZ. The Covid-19 pandemic led to not only the public health crisis but also combined with a global recession in the world. Here we have proposed a Certificate of prolonged safety in enclosed areas such as in buildings or with modes of transportation: Control of the viral transmission of Covid-19. Our aim of this is to better understand potential dormant repositories of outbreaks and potential spread of those repositories, together with potential geological-geogenic terrain factors in closed space and their triggers. Integrated research on closed spaces favorable or not to virus transmission subject to certification along with opening diversity research in viral Medical Geology studies, as a new discipline is anticipated.