Zoonoses: Recognition, Control, and Prevention
John Wiley & Sons, Mar 21, 2008 - Medical - 384 pages
Provides expanded information which includes sections on historic background, current principles, and anticipated future changes, and consideration of the latest knowledge of human and veterinary medicine in the field of zoonoses. A chapter summary and selected bibliography for each of the first six chapters.
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Africa AGENT RNA virus animal health anthrax antibody arthropod associated birds bite blood bovine brucellosis carrier cats cattle clinical common Confirmatory tests contaminated CONTROL AND PREVENTION control programs costs develop diagnosis diarrhea disease control dogs economic effective ELISA encephalitis endemic endemic areas epidemic epidemiologic equine eradication example exposure fatality rate febrile feces fever fish ﬂuid foxes headache hemorrhagic herd Herd immunity human identified immunization Incubation period individuals infected animals Ingestion involved laboratory larvae leptospirosis lesions livestock Local/community Lyme disease Microscopic examination milk mosquito myalgia National/international necropsy occur outbreaks paired sera parasite patients population potential poultry PREVENTION Individual/herd primates production public health rabies RECOGNITION Syndrome reduce reported reservoir result risk RNA virus rodents serologic Serologic tests sheep species spread subclinical sudden onset surveillance susceptible swine tetracyclines ticks tissue Togaviridae transmission Treat tuberculosis usually vaccine vector veterinary Virus isolation viruses Worldwide yellow fever zoonoses zoonotic agents