Segurança em laboratórios de microbiologia e risco de epidemias / Safety in microbiology laboratories and risk of epidemics

Fernando Portela Câmara, Daniel Cardoso Portela Câmara, Marcelo Moreno

Abstract


A manipulação de microrganismos de alto potencial patogênico e epidêmico em laboratórios de pesquisa é hoje um risco para disseminação acidental de patógenos no meio ambiente. O aperfeiçoamento de estruturas de biocontenção e de protocolos de biossegurança não garantem a exclusão de um risco real de escape ambiental.

 

 


Keywords


biossegurança, risco de epidemias, coronavírus.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34119/bjhrv3n5-164

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