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ITALIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH - 2012 - Reducing hazards for humans from animals: emerging and re-emerging zoonoses. FACULTY OF PUBLIC HEALTH, SLOVAK MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, BRATISLAVA, 18th–20th OCTOBER 2016 REVIEWED ABSTRACTS FROM 5th SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS HELD IN BRATISLAVA. EFSA 16/12/16 Zoonoses report: Listeria infections stable but frequently reported among the elderly. European experts have noted an increasing trend of listeriosis since 2008, but they highlight that the number of affected people stabilised from 2014 to 2015.

EFSA 16/12/16 Zoonoses report: Listeria infections stable but frequently reported among the elderly

Infections were mostly reported in people over 64 years of age. These are some of the findings of the latest annual report by EFSA and ECDC on zoonotic diseases, which also includes the latest trends on salmonellosis, campylobacteriosis, and foodborne outbreaks in the European Union. Listeriosis affected about 2,200 people in 2015, causing 270 deaths – the highest number ever reported in the EU. The proportion of cases in the over 64 age group steadily increased from 56% in 2008 to 64% in 2015. Additionally, in this period, the number of reported cases and their proportion has almost doubled in those over 84 years. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-000370-16 Programmes to eradicate, control and monitor zoonoses. MAAF/ANSES 07/04/14 Bulletin épidémiologique n° 61 La surveillance des zoonoses : contexte réglementaire et européen/ Aperçu du sommaire : Surveillance d’Echinococcus spp.

MAAF/ANSES 07/04/14 Bulletin épidémiologique n° 61 La surveillance des zoonoses : contexte réglementaire et européen/

En France : la faune sauvage sentinelle/Caractérisation moléculaire des souches de Listeria monocytogenes isolées en France, dans le cadre d’une enquête de prévalence communautaire ciblant certaines denrées alimentaires prêtes à être consommées/La surveillance des zoonoses : contexte réglementaire et européen/Cas de rage chez un chaton importé illégalement en France/Peste porcine africaine en Sardaigne en 2014 – de l’enzootie à l’épizootie ?

PLOS 22/05/14 An Invasive Vector of Zoonotic Disease Sustained by Anthropogenic Resources: The Raccoon Dog in Northern Europe. Abstract The raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides) is an introduced species in Europe with a continually expanding range.

PLOS 22/05/14 An Invasive Vector of Zoonotic Disease Sustained by Anthropogenic Resources: The Raccoon Dog in Northern Europe

Since the species is capable of affecting local ecosystems and is a vector for a number of severe zoonotic diseases, it is important to understand its food habits. Raccoon dog diet was studied in Estonia by examining the contents of 223 stomach samples collected during the coldest period of the year, August to March, in 2010–2012. The most frequently consumed food categories were anthropogenic plants (e.g. cereals, fruits; FO = 56.1%) and carrion (e.g. carcasses of artiodactyls and carnivores; FO = 48.4%). Carrion was also the only food category that was consumed significantly more frequently by raccoon dogs exhibiting symptoms of sarcoptic mange than by uninfected animals.

Citation: Süld K, Valdmann H, Laurimaa L, Soe E, Davison J, Saarma U (2014) An Invasive Vector of Zoonotic Disease Sustained by Anthropogenic Resources: The Raccoon Dog in Northern Europe. DTU VET NATIONAL VETERINARY INSTITUTE - 8th Annual EPIZONE meeting 23-25 September 2014 Copenhagen, Denmark Posters - Epidemiology, risk analysis and surveillance. Journal of Comparative Pathology Available online 28 September 2015 Disease Risk Assessments Involving Companion Animals: an Overview for 15 Selected Pathogens Taking a European Perspective. <div class="msgBox" style="margin-top:10px;"><span class="errMsg"><div>JavaScript is disabled on your browser.

Journal of Comparative Pathology Available online 28 September 2015 Disease Risk Assessments Involving Companion Animals: an Overview for 15 Selected Pathogens Taking a European Perspective

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EUROSURVEILLANCE 17/09/15 From SARS to Ebola – 10 years of disease prevention and control at ECDC. + Author affiliations Citation style for this article: Ammon A.

EUROSURVEILLANCE 17/09/15 From SARS to Ebola – 10 years of disease prevention and control at ECDC.

From SARS to Ebola – 10 years of disease prevention and control at ECDC. Euro Surveill. 2015;20(37):pii=30016. DOI: Received:21 August 2015; Accepted:24 August 2015. Trends in Europe for food- and waterborne... The food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses content for the 2014 Annual Epidemiological Report provides a snapshot of the epidemiological situation in Europe.

Trends in Europe for food- and waterborne...

The report features data from 2012 and gives an overview of the epidemiology of each disease, some of which are included below: Campylobacter cases increased in the five-year period between 2008 and 2012 but decreased slightly in 2012. Human campylobacteriosis has remained the most commonly reported gastrointestinal disease in Europe since 2005. Handling, preparation and consumption of broiler meat has been estimated to account for 20%–41% of human campylobacteriosis cases. Salmonellosis rates continued to decrease with a significant five-year decreasing trend in the EU and decreasing trends in 17 EU/EEA countries. PLOS 23/07/13 Identification of Hotspots in the European Union for the Introduction of Four Zoonotic Arboviroses by Live Animal.

Live animal trade is considered a major mode of introduction of viruses from enzootic foci into disease-free areas.

PLOS 23/07/13 Identification of Hotspots in the European Union for the Introduction of Four Zoonotic Arboviroses by Live Animal

Due to societal and behavioural changes, some wild animal species may nowadays be considered as pet species. The species diversity of animals involved in international trade is thus increasing. This could benefit pathogens that have a broad host range such as arboviruses. The objective of this study was to analyze the risk posed by live animal imports for the introduction, in the European Union (EU), of four arboviruses that affect human and horses: Eastern and Western equine encephalomyelitis, Venezuelan equine encephalitis and Japanese encephalitis. Figures. WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY - NOV 2012 - Monitoring infecties en zoonoses in de biologische varkenshouderij.

Principaux organismes responsables de zoonoses en Europe

AVRIL 2009 - Guidelines for the Investigation of Zoonotic Disease (England and Wales) INTECH - NOV 2011 - Zoonoses Surveillance in Italy (2000-2009): Investigation on Animals with Neurological Symptoms. Documents EFSA concernant les zoonoses. La veille ZOONOSES dans différents pays Européens.

30_ITALY. PrevCtrlZoon05_posters.pdf (Objet application/pdf) View Article. Eurosurveillance, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Stockholm, Sweden This year has been a very important milestone in the history of Eurosurveillance.

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The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) took over the funding and production of the journal in March with the result that, for the first time since its launch in 1995, the whole editorial team began operating from a single location. In the transition phase, we received enormous support from the former teams in Paris and London for which we are grateful. Over the year, we have received continuous support from a great number of public health and infectious diseases experts across Europe and beyond, as well as our colleagues here at the ECDC and in the European Commission.

12_ROBINSON.pdf (Objet application/pdf) CONSORTIUM CALLISTO - DEC 2014 - Final report Au sommaire: “ PARADIGMATIC” PATHOGENS AND RISK ASSESSMENTS WHAT ARE THE CALLISTO RECOMMENDATIONS ON COMPANION ANIMAL ZOONOSES? Bilharziose en Europe.