Models of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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  •   E. Soto

  •   N. Fernandes

  •   S. Sánchez

  •   L. Leão

  •   Z. Ribeiro

  •   R. Ferreira

  •   Ivan Ruiz

Abstract

In the present work a study of the situation that is presented in Brazil with regard to the sexually transmitted diseases is made, indicating those groups of people for which the most common certain diseases. It introduces a system of differential equations that simulates the process of transmission of different diseases, if different cases are studied that derive from the general system; the system is simplified according to the case, a qualitative study of the system of equations is presented and conclusions are drawn regarding the future situation in relation to the number of infested patients.


Keywords: Sexual, Model, Disease, Patient

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Soto, E., Fernandes, N., Sánchez, S., Leão, L., Ribeiro, Z., Ferreira, R. and Ruiz, I. 2019. Models of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. 4, 10 (Oct. 2019), 4-8. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2019.4.10.1543.