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Mexican nurse Ligia Kantun says that in 40 years of work, she has never witnessed such a poisonous reaction to health workers.

While in many countries doctors and nurses are being praised for their work on the coronavirus front line, in Mexico dozens have been attacked.

Ligia, 59, says that she has worked during the swine flu pandemic in and an outbreak of cholera in , but some people are "behaving psychotically in response to this virus.

It is terrible". She was attacked on 8 April after leaving work in her hometown of Merida, Yucatan. Someone drove past her and threw hot coffee down her back.

As of 28 April, there have been at least 47 attacks against health workers, particularly nurses, in the country, the Mexican government says.

And the authorities recognise the true figure may be higher - reports on social media of discrimination range from nurses stopped from getting on buses to doctors assaulted by relatives of Covid patients.

Some of the attacks appear to have been motivated by a misguided attempt to disinfect health workers. Alondra Torres, an ear, nose and throat specialist, had diluted bleach thrown over her on 13 April while walking her dogs in the city of Guadalajara.

She does not see Covid patients in her clinic, but is convinced her uniform made her a target. Alondra, who suffered conjunctivitis and contact dermatitis on her neck and shoulder as a result, says she was "disappointed" that some people seem to believe she needs to be bathed in bleach.

Daniel not his real name was getting off a bus a few blocks from the Guadalajara hospital where he works as a cleaner when he was brutally attacked by a group of other passengers.

They kept repeating the word "dirty", which they then repeated while they were beating me," he says. He suffered bruises to his head and face.

Police suspect the assault was triggered by his hospital cleaner's uniform. Barriers to care have resulted in striking disparities in quality of health care for these patients.

These barriers include language, lack of insurance, different cultural beliefs, and in some cases, illegal immigration status, mistrust, and illiteracy.

The National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services address these concerns with recommendations for culturally competent care, language services, and organizational support.

Latinos have disproportionately higher rates of obesity and diabetes mellitus. Other health problems include stress, neurocysticercosis, and tuberculosis.

It is important to explore the use of alternative therapies and belief in traditional folk illnesses, recognizing that health beliefs are dependent on education, socioeconomic status, and degree of acculturation.

Many—but not all—folk and herbal treatments can be safely accommodated with conventional therapy. Physicians must be sensitive to Latino cultural values of simpatia kindness , personalismo relationship , respeto respect , and modestia modesty.

The ethnic terms Latino or Hispanic refer to a diverse population of Latin American descent that includes many nationalities and races.

About 23 percent of Latinos in the United States live in poverty. There is ample evidence that Latinos, especially those of Mexican and Central American origin, face significant obstacles to obtaining health care, especially language barriers.

Lack of third party reimbursement for professional interpreter services exacerbates this problem. Adding to the language barrier is the pitfall of false fluency, when physicians mistake the meaning of a Spanish word because of unfamiliarity with cultural or linguistic subtleties.

Many Latinos are accustomed to self-treating because most pharmaceuticals are available without prescription in their home countries.

Recent immigrants may face additional obstacles to care, including illegal immigration status fears of deportation , illiteracy, and a radically different set of health beliefs.

A consequence of these problems is a marked disparity in the quality of care that Latino patients receive. In a report from the Institute of Medicine, more than studies were cited to document this disparity.

Department of Health and Human Services. Culturally competent care necessitates cross-cultural training, which is increasingly included in medical education, but with the realization that cultural competency is a lifelong learning process rather than an end in itself.

Instituting more culturally competent care is likely to improve treatment adherence and health outcomes. Most, although not all, alternative therapies in the Latino community are not harmful and may be combined with conventional care.

Patient activation will help motivate the patient to become involved in his or her own care. Latinos have disproportionately higher rates of obesity and diabetes mellitus Table 1.

Because of less access to health care, Latinos with diabetes are often diagnosed later and have a greater risk of complications.

Mexican Americans are much less likely to be treated for hypertension than non-Latino whites 35 versus 49 percent. Recent immigrants often feel lonely and can have culture shock, fears of deportation, and financial problems; depressed mood may manifest as headaches and somatic symptoms.

Delayed immigration protocols and anti-immigration legislation may contribute to stress. Neurocysticercosis is the most common cause of seizures in Latino immigrants.

Cysticercosis is caused by consumption of contaminated with pork tapeworm Taenia solium eggs. Compared with non-Latino whites, Mexican Americans have up to a three times higher incidence of diabetes mellitus and a three times higher prevalence of obesity, but hypertension-related mortality is only 4 percent higher not a significant difference.

Puerto Ricans have a 14 percent higher rate of hypertension-related mortality than other Latino groups. Low levels of hypertension awareness are a major problem in the Latino community.

Mexican Americans with hypertension are less likely to be treated than non-Latino whites 35 versus 49 percent. Approximately 43 percent of Mexican Americans older than 20 years are obese, compared with 33 percent of non-Latino whites.

A high-carbohydrate and high-calorie diet, a more sedentary lifestyle in the United States, and genetic factors may contribute. Most Latino immigrants have received the BCG vaccine; although past practice has been to interpret skin test results without regard to BCG status, false-positive tests in this population are common.

Interferon gamma—release assays are preferred to tuberculin skin testing in immigrants with a history of BCG vaccination.

Approximately Information from references 9 through Many Latino immigrants experience tremendous stress once they are in the United States.

Emotional distress often presents with headaches dolor de cabeza or other physical symptoms instead of depressed mood. Neurocysticercosis, a leading cause of seizures in Mexico, and pulmonary tuberculosis are more common in Latino immigrants.

Despite a lack of U. Non-Latino physicians may be perplexed by references to folk healing and illness in Latino patients. Other healing specialties include yerberas herbalists , hueseros bone setters , parteras midwives , and sobradores similar to physical therapists.

Information from reference Symptoms are often interpreted differently based on cultural presuppositions.

Abdominal pain may be attributed to empacho, or food stuck in the intestine. Table 3 lists some common Latino folk illnesses, their symptoms, and treatment.

Azarcon and greta lead salts and azogue mercury compounds, which are sometimes given for teething or empacho, are contraindicated. However, it may be more likely to mistakenly suspect child abuse than to actually encounter it in patients who use traditional treatments.

Intense but brief release of emotion thought to be caused by family conflict or anger. Childhood condition characterized by irritability and diarrhea thought to be caused by abrupt withdrawal from the mother's breast.

Steam inhalation and herbal treatments, including eucalyptus and mullein gordolobo. Pelvic congestion and decreased libido thought to be caused by insufficient rest after childbirth.

A hex cast on children, sometimes unconsciously, that is thought to be caused by the admiring gaze of someone more powerful. The hex can be broken if the person responsible for the hex touches the child, or if a healer passes an egg over the child's body; the egg is then broken into a bowl of water and placed under the child's bed; child may wear charms for protection.

Temporary paralysis of the face or limbs, often thought to be caused by a sudden hot-cold imbalance. Barrida ritual purification ceremony herbs used to sweep patient's body repeated until the patient improves.

Herbal therapies play a major role in Latino folk medicine, so knowing the Spanish names of common herbs can be helpful eTable A.

A large selection of herbal teas are available from botanicas or yerberas in most Latino neighborhoods. Herbs often have hot or cold properties; hot herbs are used to treat cold conditions, and vice versa.

A mother might use cooling herbs to treat diaper rash, a hot condition. She might also stop giving her infant vitamins, because they are a hot therapy.

Web-based resources are available to assist physicians in understanding Latino health beliefs Table 4. Eaten to alleviate hypertension and prevent arteriosclerosis; garlic juice is applied to stings and spider bites.

Anticoagulant effect at high doses; avoid high doses in patients taking coumadin Warfarin ; high doses can cause heartburn and bad breath; reduces effectiveness of saquinavir Invirase.

For topical and homeopathic use only; avoid internal use except for homeopathic preparations, which are considered safe ; increased gastroenteritis and dyspnea risk with ingestion.

Hepatotoxicity risk from pyrrolizidine alkaloids in leaves with high or prolonged doses. Spice used as antispasmodic and for upper respiratory infections; although promoted as a hypoglycemic agent, recent research is conflicting.

Use with caution in patients taking hepatotoxic drugs; safe in usual food quantities. Tea used for anxiety, stomach cramps, and inflamed gums; more recently popularized for increasing the urinary excretion of heavy metals.

No safety concerns, although there have been recalls because of salmonella and pesticide contamination. Eugenol in clove oil may affect blood clotting; toxic if ingested, especially in children.

Tea or syrup used as an expectorant, a diuretic, and for constipation, liver problems, and gall stones; also used to induce menstruation. Tea used for intestinal parasites; herb is added to beans to prevent flatulence.

Chenopodium oil is also used as an antihelmintic but may be toxic ascaridole content. Long-term ingestion causes absinthism trembling, vertigo, thirst, delirium ; thujone in the essential oil is neurotoxic and may cause seizures.

Boiled leaves used for asthma in vaporizers; popular in lozenges for sore throat; also sometimes used as topical disinfectant. Ingesting eucalyptus oil may cause vomiting, diarrhea, delirium, and convulsions; avoid using in vaporizers for children younger than six years.

Weed leaf used externally for burns, bruises, mouth sores, and hemorrhoids; tea taken orally for respiratory infections.

Eaten as part of diet; has antidiabetic, anti-inflammatory, and laxative properties; also used as hangover treatment and for hyperlipidemia.

Romero rosemary. Safe in small quantities in food, but contains monoterpene ketones, which can cause toxicity intestinal irritation, kidney damage, abortion, seizures.

Toxic; avoid oral use; may cause renal and hepatic damage; furocoumarins can cause skin photosensitivity. Yerba buena mints, including spearmint and Clinopodium [Satureja] douglasii.

Safe in usual quantities, but spearmint oil is a mucous membrane irritant and potentially toxic when ingested.

Safe for topical use; juice is relatively safe; ingestion of aloe resin a purgative may cause diarrhea, hypoglycemia, hypokalemia, and prolonged bleeding; potential interactions with hypoglycemics and cardiac glycosides.

Safe as a food seasoning, toxic alveolitis reported from inhaling lemongrass oil. Use of folk remedies in a Hispanic population.

Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. Herbal Remedies World. Mexican herbs. Accessed December 14, Risks and benefits of commonly used herbal medicines in Mexico.

Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. MedFacts natural products. Accessed April 4, Information from references 28 and Patients should be asked if they use alternative therapies, because it is not likely that such information will be volunteered.

Latinos' belief in alternative treatment is affected by many factors, including education, socioeconomic class, and time spent in the United States acculturation.

First-generation immigrants are likely to seek out curanderos, whereas their children may scoff at the idea. Physicians cannot assume that all Latinos share these beliefs; many do not.

Exposure to U. Latino culture has several normative values that must be recognized in clinical settings. Personalismo, a personal connection, can be achieved by asking about the patient and his or her family.

Because people stand closer to each other in most Latino cultures, physical proximity is also perceived as being more personable.

Respeto implies attentive concern for the patient and respect of his or her personhood and age, especially if the patient is older.

Addressing patients properly can be another challenge. Double or hyphenated Latino surnames may seem complicated, with the father's name preceding the mother's.

Additionally, when a woman gets married, her husband's name may be appended to her father's name. After immigration, some Latios adopt American naming conventions, but others do not.

When in doubt, the best policy is to ask the patient how he or she would like to be addressed. The cultural value of modestia modesty , which is related to respect, is often neglected.

A chaperone is often appreciated if a same-sex physician is not available. Although patients of all cultural backgrounds warrant kindness, a personal connection, and respect, the consequences of omitting these traditional values may be more problematic with Latinos.

Cross-cultural interviewing can be facilitated by following specific guidelines, and several mnemonics have been developed for use by physicians.

In the LEARN model, which is illustrated in the Case Study below, 28 , 29 the physician should first sympathetically listen to the patient's perception of the problem, explain his or her perception of the problem to the patient, acknowledge and discuss any differences and similarities between the two views, recommend a treatment plan, and negotiate agreement.

Maria is a year-old Mexican immigrant with type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and obesity. Her visits to your clinic have been challenging because of her limited English proficiency, late arrivals, and nonadherence to several medications.

She agrees to start taking medications, but does not refill her prescriptions or lose weight. During Maria's next visit, you arrange for a telephone interpreter, which enables you to take a brief social history.

She has three grown children: two still live in Mexico, and the third lives in a distant U. Her husband died in an industrial accident four years ago, and she is still grieving.

She asks about your family, and hesitantly, through the interpreter, you share a bit about your own children.

Her face lights up when you share this. Using the LEARN model, you listen to her story about her poor control of diabetes and frustration with her diet.

She says that she does not feel better when taking the medicine, and says the diet you prescribed does not include tortillas or any of the foods she likes.

She says that since her husband died, she has lost interest in what might happen to her in the future. You explain why these interventions are necessary, but acknowledge her frustration and agree to revise her diet.

You recommend a compromise treatment plan for her diabetes and grief. After some negotiation, she agrees to see a dietitian and a bilingual counselor, and agrees to take just two medications, metformin Glucophage and lisinopril Zestril , although she understands that they will not make her feel better right away.

You then schedule a return visit, during which an interpreter will be available. You call the dietitian to alert him to this patient's cultural concerns.

Maria needs to eat fruit; she should also consume more fiber to counteract her high-carbohydrate diet.

One suggestion she readily agrees to is to include nopales prickly pear cactus pads , a favorite from her childhood in Mexico.

This traditional food is high in fiber and pectin and lowers lipid levels by binding bile acids; when eaten with other foods, it reduces the glycemic index of the meal by 50 percent.

Other vegetables and fruits she likes are added to replace some other carbohydrates. The counselor helps her with her grief, and gets her involved in an exercise and weight loss group at her church.

Your efforts pay off at the next visit, when Maria expresses much more interest in controlling her diabetes and shows personal warmth that was missing from earlier encounters.

She has lost 10 lb 4. It took extra time in relationship-building personalismo , a team approach, an interpreter, negotiation, and a bit of research to make it all happen.

Conveying medical instructions to patients with limited English skills can be frustrating. For literate patients, it may be helpful to write things down, even if this must be done in English rather than Spanish.

These instructions can be studied by the patient or translated when time permits. Spanish language handouts are a better option. The extra time necessary for this technique is justified by the prospect of much better understanding and adherence.

Patients should be actively involved in their care rather than passively acquiescing to instructions. Medical practices and hospitals should strive to create an environment that is warm and welcoming to Latino patients.

Bilingual posters and medical literature are an important starting point. Spanish language handouts are available from several Internet sources.

Hire bilingual staff and physicians, and encourage existing staff to learn Spanish. Provide cultural sensitivity training for staff e.

Recognize Latino holidays e. Information from references 34 and Developing cultural sensitivity to Latino patients entails recognizing and appreciating their diversity.

As with any patient, Latinos should be treated as individuals first, while exploring possible cultural distinctions. Bridging such cultural gaps, wide or narrow, will result in better physician-patient relationships and more effective care.

Already a member or subscriber? Log in. Reprints are not available from the author. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

United States life tables by Hispanic origin. October Census Bureau. Accessed December 8, Pew Hispanic Center.

Statistical portrait of Hispanics in the United States, detailed Hispanic origin: Accessed December 18, Betancourt JR, et al.

Public Health Rep. Income, poverty and health insurance coverage in the United States:

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When in doubt, the best policy is to ask the patient how he or she would like to be addressed. The cultural value of modestia modesty , which is related to respect, is often neglected.

A chaperone is often appreciated if a same-sex physician is not available. Although patients of all cultural backgrounds warrant kindness, a personal connection, and respect, the consequences of omitting these traditional values may be more problematic with Latinos.

Cross-cultural interviewing can be facilitated by following specific guidelines, and several mnemonics have been developed for use by physicians.

In the LEARN model, which is illustrated in the Case Study below, 28 , 29 the physician should first sympathetically listen to the patient's perception of the problem, explain his or her perception of the problem to the patient, acknowledge and discuss any differences and similarities between the two views, recommend a treatment plan, and negotiate agreement.

Maria is a year-old Mexican immigrant with type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and obesity. Her visits to your clinic have been challenging because of her limited English proficiency, late arrivals, and nonadherence to several medications.

She agrees to start taking medications, but does not refill her prescriptions or lose weight. During Maria's next visit, you arrange for a telephone interpreter, which enables you to take a brief social history.

She has three grown children: two still live in Mexico, and the third lives in a distant U. Her husband died in an industrial accident four years ago, and she is still grieving.

She asks about your family, and hesitantly, through the interpreter, you share a bit about your own children.

Her face lights up when you share this. Using the LEARN model, you listen to her story about her poor control of diabetes and frustration with her diet.

She says that she does not feel better when taking the medicine, and says the diet you prescribed does not include tortillas or any of the foods she likes.

She says that since her husband died, she has lost interest in what might happen to her in the future. You explain why these interventions are necessary, but acknowledge her frustration and agree to revise her diet.

You recommend a compromise treatment plan for her diabetes and grief. After some negotiation, she agrees to see a dietitian and a bilingual counselor, and agrees to take just two medications, metformin Glucophage and lisinopril Zestril , although she understands that they will not make her feel better right away.

You then schedule a return visit, during which an interpreter will be available. You call the dietitian to alert him to this patient's cultural concerns.

Maria needs to eat fruit; she should also consume more fiber to counteract her high-carbohydrate diet. One suggestion she readily agrees to is to include nopales prickly pear cactus pads , a favorite from her childhood in Mexico.

This traditional food is high in fiber and pectin and lowers lipid levels by binding bile acids; when eaten with other foods, it reduces the glycemic index of the meal by 50 percent.

Other vegetables and fruits she likes are added to replace some other carbohydrates. The counselor helps her with her grief, and gets her involved in an exercise and weight loss group at her church.

Your efforts pay off at the next visit, when Maria expresses much more interest in controlling her diabetes and shows personal warmth that was missing from earlier encounters.

She has lost 10 lb 4. It took extra time in relationship-building personalismo , a team approach, an interpreter, negotiation, and a bit of research to make it all happen.

Conveying medical instructions to patients with limited English skills can be frustrating. For literate patients, it may be helpful to write things down, even if this must be done in English rather than Spanish.

These instructions can be studied by the patient or translated when time permits. Spanish language handouts are a better option. The extra time necessary for this technique is justified by the prospect of much better understanding and adherence.

Patients should be actively involved in their care rather than passively acquiescing to instructions. Medical practices and hospitals should strive to create an environment that is warm and welcoming to Latino patients.

Bilingual posters and medical literature are an important starting point. Spanish language handouts are available from several Internet sources.

Hire bilingual staff and physicians, and encourage existing staff to learn Spanish. Provide cultural sensitivity training for staff e. Recognize Latino holidays e.

Information from references 34 and Developing cultural sensitivity to Latino patients entails recognizing and appreciating their diversity.

As with any patient, Latinos should be treated as individuals first, while exploring possible cultural distinctions.

Bridging such cultural gaps, wide or narrow, will result in better physician-patient relationships and more effective care. Already a member or subscriber?

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C 31 Patient activation will help motivate the patient to become involved in his or her own care. Common Medical Problems in Latino Patients Condition Epidemiology Comments Adjustment reaction Recent immigrants often feel lonely and can have culture shock, fears of deportation, and financial problems; depressed mood may manifest as headaches and somatic symptoms.

Cysticercosis Neurocysticercosis is the most common cause of seizures in Latino immigrants. Hypertension Compared with non-Latino whites, Mexican Americans have up to a three times higher incidence of diabetes mellitus and a three times higher prevalence of obesity, but hypertension-related mortality is only 4 percent higher not a significant difference.

Tuberculosis Most Latino immigrants have received the BCG vaccine; although past practice has been to interpret skin test results without regard to BCG status, false-positive tests in this population are common.

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Obesity and genetic factors increase risk. Cold conditions. Empacho indigestion. Frio de la matriz decreased libido.

Upper respiratory infections. Hot conditions. Gastroesophageal reflux or peptic ulcer. She was coming home to her village of Lo de Marcos, in Nayarit state, on 8 April, when she came face to face with a group of residents blocking her path.

And they said that it would be better if I didn't enter at all because I came from a source of infection," she says. A colleague filmed the incident and shared it on social media.

The municipal authorities intervened to ensure Melody could get home, but she opted to just collect some belongings and rent a room in another town.

We give our support to all workers in the health sector, everyone. The government has subsequently deployed members of the National Guard in hospitals and some states have offered medical workers private transport and even hotel rooms so they can avoid long commutes home.

Experts think the attacks reflect the public's conflicted feelings about what the medical workers represent in a country which had recorded 40, cases and 4, deaths of Covid as of 13 May.

And she says that unlike other traumatic events, the virus is impossible to run away from, "and that generates more fear". Alondra, the doctor doused with bleach, agrees that the attacks are motivated by "a mixture of ignorance and fear".

She says that luckily she was not badly injured but recognises it could have been worse. Doctors and nurses have not been the only frontline targets.

She was too frightened to go home. But she is determined to keep working, returning to her clinic just a few days after the attack. Ligia is also adamant she will continue to work.

Mexico's health workers say they are not expecting applause, just respect. Related Topics.

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