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NUFFIELD INTERNATIONAL - SEPT 2016 - Bovine TB eradication programmes in Europe. CDC EID - DEC 2016 - Au sommaire: Tuberculosis-Associated Death among Adult Wild Boars, Spain, 2009–2014. Author affiliations: Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos, Ciudad Real, Spain (J.A.

CDC EID - DEC 2016 - Au sommaire: Tuberculosis-Associated Death among Adult Wild Boars, Spain, 2009–2014

Barasona, P. Acevedo, I. Diez-Delgado, J. AGRICULTURE_GOV_IE - Statutory Instruments 2016. Au sommaire: SI 309 - Animal Health and Welfare(Bovine Tuberculosis)(Amendment)Regulations 2016 (pdf 104Kb) ‌‌‌‌‌‌‌ UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN - 2012 - Estimation of surveillance system sensitivity for bovine tuberculosis in Denmark. Preventive Veterinary Medicine Volume 121, Issues 1–2, 1 September 2015, Risk-based testing of imported animals: A case study for bovine tuberculosis in The Netherlands. AFSCA 04/11/15 Bulletin de l'AFSCA Bulletin N°63 (Novembre 2015) Au sommaire notamment: Dossier Tuberculose bovine. DG SANCO 27/05/15 IE Ireland - Animal health - bovine tuberculosis eradication. Preventive Veterinary Medicine Volume 116, Issue 3, 1 October 2014 Farm-level risk factors for the occurrence, new infection or persistence of tuberculosis in cattle herds from South-Central Spain. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology - 2014 - Spatio-temporal variability of bovine tuberculosis eradication in Spain (2006-2011)

Veille sanitaire en France concernant la tuberculose des ruminan

VEILLE SANITAIRE AU ROYAUME UNI ET EN BELGIQUE CONCERNANT LA TUB. PLOS 23/12/14 Spatial Dynamics of Bovine Tuberculosis in the Autonomous Community of Madrid, Spain (2010–2012) THIRD INTERNATIONAL EPIZOOTIOLOGY DAYS & XV SERBIAN EPIZOOTIOLOGY DAYS PROCEEDINGS - MAI 2013 - Au sommaire:THE SPREAD OF TUBERC.

Sélection de rapports OAV traitant spécifiquement de tuberculose

DG SANCO 12/05/05 Trends and sources of zoonotic agents in animals, feedingstuffs, food and man in the European Union and Norway. EFSA 20/10/09 Scientific review on Tuberculosis in wildlife in the EU. DG SANCO 07/10/10 food safety - Task Force for monitoring disease eradication in the member states. [Expand All] Submission of eradication and control programmes Standard requirements for applications are listed in the Annexes - Decision 2008/425/EC, amended by Decision 2012/282/EC Standard format: Annex 1 Bovine tuberculosis; Bovine brucellosis; Ovine and caprine brucellosis; Bluetongue; Classical swine fever; African swine fever; Swine vesicular disease; Rabies Annex 2 Salmonellosis Annex 3 Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopaties (TSEs) Annex 4 Avian Influenza Approval Every year, the Commission draws a list of the programmes that qualify for co-financing in a decision with the proposed amount for each.

DG SANCO 07/10/10 food safety - Task Force for monitoring disease eradication in the member states

Reporting For each programme, EU countries submit: Intermediate technical and financial reports; By 30 April each year, an annual technical report assessing the results and expenditure of the previous year. Reporting requirements - Decision 2008/940/EC The Commission evaluates annually if its funds are used adequately. Task force Subgroups. BMC Veterinary Research 2012, 8:100 Eradication of bovine tuberculosis at a herd-level in Madrid, Spain: study of within-herd tr. Eradication of bTB at a herd level, which is prerequisite for disease eradication at a region and country level, has been impaired by the chronic nature of the disease that can lead to relatively long periods of “silent infection” in infected animals, especially at low infectious doses [8].

BMC Veterinary Research 2012, 8:100 Eradication of bovine tuberculosis at a herd-level in Madrid, Spain: study of within-herd tr

This feature of the disease, together with limitations in accuracy of the diagnostic techniques, can substantially extend the time needed for declaring a herd bTB free. Several studies have been published dealing with the identification of risk factors at an individual or herd level associated with bTB [6,7,13-15] or with the detection of predictors of future herd breakdowns in bTB free herds [16], but longitudinal studies aiming at elucidating the disease dynamics in infected herds under a strong eradication pressure such as the one presented here have not been published in the peer reviewed literature.

EFSA 14/06/12 Scientific Opinion on Review of the European Union Summary Report on trends and sources of zoonoses, zoonotic agen. EFSA Journal 2012;10(6):2765 [13 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2012.2765 EFSA Panel on Animal Health and Welfare (AHAW)Panel Members Anette Bøtner, Donald Broom, Marcus G.

EFSA 14/06/12 Scientific Opinion on Review of the European Union Summary Report on trends and sources of zoonoses, zoonotic agen

Doherr, Mariano Domingo, Jörg Hartung, Linda Keeling, Frank Koenen, Simon More, David Morton, Pascal Oltenacu, Fulvio Salati, Mo Salman, Moez Sanaa, James M. Sharp, Jan A. Stegeman, Endre Szücs, Hans-H. The Panel wishes to thank the members of the Working Group: Mo Salman, Mariano Domingo, Simon More, James M. Ahaw@efsa.europa.eu Type: Opinion of the Scientific Committee/Scientific Panel On request from: EFSA Question number: EFSA-Q-2011-01183 Adopted: 23 May 2012 Published: 14 June 2012 Last updated: 29 June 2012. Abstract © European Food Safety Authority, 2012 Summary The panel provided general conclusions and recommendations as well as disease specific comments. It was recommended that the AHAW and BIOHAZ Panels should be consulted (e.g. as part of their annual mandate) before the Report is released to the public.

Keywords. INTECH - AVRIL 2012 - Zoonosis. Au sommaire: Bovine Tuberculosis in European Bison as Possible Zoonotic Impact in Poland. Edited by Jacob Lorenzo-Morales, ISBN 978-953-51-0479-7, 448 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published April 04, 2012 under CC BY 3.0 licenseDOI: 10.5772/2125 Edited Volume Zoonotic diseases are mainly caused by bacterial, viral or parasitic agents although "unconventional agents" such as prions could also be involved in causing zoonotic diseases.

INTECH - AVRIL 2012 - Zoonosis. Au sommaire: Bovine Tuberculosis in European Bison as Possible Zoonotic Impact in Poland

Many of the zoonotic diseases are a public health concern but also affect the production of food of animal origin thus they could cause problems in international trade of animal-origin goods. A major factor contributing to the emergence of new zoonotic pathogens in human populations is increased contact between humans and animals. This book provides an insight on zoonosis and both authors and the editor hope that the work compiled in it would help to raise awareness and interest in this field. It should also help researchers, clinicians and other readers in their research and clinical usage. CRESA - OCT 2011 - Elimination of bovine tuberculosis has been heterogeneous in Spain. Despite control campaigns carried out since 1956, Bovine tuberculosis eradication has not yet been achieved and prevalence has remained between 1.6% and 1.8%.

CRESA - OCT 2011 - Elimination of bovine tuberculosis has been heterogeneous in Spain

Researchers from the CReSA and UAB studied the success of these campaigns in Spain and concluded that the elimination pattern was not homogeneous throughout Spain and the ratio of elimination was different among zones. Relative risk of being positive in 2008 Bovine tuberculosis (BTB) is a chronic disease of animals caused by Mycobacterium bovis. Due to its zoonotic nature and the high economic impact in livestock production and in animal health policies, the eradication of BTB has been a major objective of farming communities and public health authorities over decades. In Spain, between 1956 and 1964, the first legal initiative was established, with the culling of positive animals. Veterinary Medicine International Volume 2011 (2011) Multihost Tuberculosis: Insights from the Portuguese Control Program.