Gomez O.M.,Hospital Militar Central |
Gonzalez S.R.M.,Asistente Hospital Militar Central |
Lopez J.R.M.,Profesor E Investigador Titular Hospital Militar Central
Revista Cubana de Medicina Militar | Year: 2011
The Cuban military doctrine claims the defense sustainment to fulfill its missions in the war stages of all the population. The military invulnerability of our country needs that the man even in complex situations, to learn to live together in healthy environments. The above stated guarantees the maintenance of a favorable hygienic-epidemiologic situation allowing the development of productive, combative and mobilization abilities of troops and of communities, an essential requirement in pace and in war times. The aim of present paper is to deepen in vulnerability and sustainment features and its implementation in management at local level to health benefit of the human groups. The stability of health situation under exceptional conditions is one of the objectives of the hygienic-epidemiologic task taking into account the infectious-contagious diseases subordinate to environmentaldeterioration produced due to defense lengthening where the non-communicable diseases are a leading cause of inability and mortality. Identification and solution of vulnerabilities is a priority strategy to confront the future complex scenarios where the main participants are the ecological changes associated with the environmental pollution, as well as other health and technologic threats. The incorporation of vulnerability and sustainment principles contribute to confront, with a territorial approach, any emergence situation in our country.