Infectious diseases represent one of the main causes of death in the world. Diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis, diarrhea and respiratory disease for years are diseases that we have not been able to combat and thousands of people die as a result of these. Another important point within the Infectology that is increasingly important is that of the Antimicrobial Resistance where, according to the world economic fund, it is expected that by 2030 more than ten million people will die, overcoming pathologies such as cancer, traffic accidents, others
Due to the need for more specialized medicine every day. It has taken an important role within hospitals the role of the doctor Infectologist, which is a sub specialty of Internal Medicine where usually must have a base of three years of internal medicine and then two years of Infectology to be able to practice.
In the month of November we will also be opening our ambulatory antibiotic therapy infusion clinic. Where the clinic will be supervised under the Infectology service and where patients who are in stable conditions will have the opportunity to take daily medication and continue with their activities of normal life. Reducing the cost of hospitalization.