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Health technicians visit Kuwari Regional Hospital

Health technicians visit Kuwari Regional Hospital

The municipality is the third to receive technical teams from NVEH this year

take photo: Disclosure / FVS-RCP

Continuing work in the interior of the state to strengthen the Hospital Epidemiological Surveillance Centers (NVEH), the Amazonas Health Surveillance Foundation – Dr. Rosemary Costa Pinto (FVS-RCP), associated with the Department of Health of the State of Amazonas (SES- AM), carried out until Friday (29/4) a technical visit to the municipality of Cuare (363 km from Manaus).

The technical visit was conducted at the Coari Prefeito Odair Regional Hospital of Carlos Giraldo for monitoring of notifiable disease detection, prevention and infection control assessments, patient safety and guidelines for municipal technical teams.

The strategy follows the schedule implemented by the state coordinating body of the Centers for Hospital Epidemiological Surveillance (CNVEH/FVS-RCP) and the State Commission for Infection Control in Health Services (CECISS), which has already covered Itacoatiara and Manacapuru municipalities.

Our teams continue to visit municipalities in the interior of the state. It is a major institutional advance for the quality and organization of rural health services, helping to detect mandatory reported diseases and provide guidance to local teams, emphasizes Tatiana Amorim, FVS-RCP Chief Director.

Amazonas Department of Health Supporter Fabiana Bianchet highlighted that the municipality’s NVEH teams are being directed to rehabilitate and detect diseases and injuries of concern to the public in the state.

“This is the third municipality to receive our teams, and in addition to the NVEH, we are monitoring the procedures developed in the Hospital Infection Control Committee (CCIH) and the Hospital Patient Safety Center,” Fabiana concluded.

Technical visits aimed at health monitoring in the hospital environment will be carried out, until June, in three other hospitals within the state: Parintins, Tabatinga and Tefé.

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environmental monitoring

Also in Kuwari, teams from the Environmental Monitoring Department (DVA) from FVS-RCP carried out, as of Friday (29/04), a technical visit to assist health professionals from the Municipal Health Department of the municipality in the second rapid survey of the indicator Aedes aegypti (LIRAa) of the year. .

“Survey to determine how the infestation is spreading in the municipality, showing which neighborhoods are most prevalent, and what type of sediment is most common. By integrating all this information, we can better target mosquito control, and thus reduce transmission of the virus in the community,” says Elder Figueira, DVA/President. FVS-RCP.


The FVS-RCP is responsible for health surveillance in Amazonas and works, through the hospital’s epidemiological surveillance, with constant monitoring of health problems that can endanger the health of the population within the hospital environment. Through DVA, FVS-RCP works to prevent and control environmental factors that may interfere with human health.

The institution is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Avenida Torquato Tapajós, 4010, Colônia Santo Antônio, Manaus. Contact numbers are (92) 3182-8550 and 3182-8551.