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Tularémie en Allemagne. REVUE MEDICALE SUISSE - 2013 - La tularémie, une maladie émergente en Suisse. Introduction Fièvre du lapin, fièvre du lièvre, fièvre du chevreuil, fièvre du lemming sont des termes imagés désignant la tularémie, une zoonose méconnue en Suisse, due à Francisella tularensis.

REVUE MEDICALE SUISSE - 2013 - La tularémie, une maladie émergente en Suisse

C’est au Dr George McCoy que l’on doit la découverte de ce microorganisme, en 1911, lors d’une épidémie mimant la peste chez les écureuils, dans la région de Tulare County, en Californie. Dix ans plus tard, c’est le Dr Edward Francis qui décrit précisément la maladie sous le terme de tularémie et qui démontre le rôle de la tique dans sa transmission. Nous rapportons trois cas qui illustrent la présentation de la maladie dans notre pays.

Cas clinique n° 1 Une patiente de 51 ans, propriétaire d’un centre équestre, nous est adressée en juin 2012 par son médecin traitant en raison d’une ulcération ombilicale sur base érythémateuse apparue après une morsure de tique, accompagnée d’adénopathies inguinales ne cédant pas après un traitement de quatre semaines par bêtalactamines. Figure 1. Cas clinique n° 2.

Tularémie en France

UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI 09/10/15 Thèse en ligne : Epidemiology of tularemia in Finland. Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases. 09/2015; Tularemia Outbreaks and Common Vole ( Microtus arvalis ) Irruptive Population Dynamics in Northwestern Spain, 1997–2014. DUTCH WILDLIFE HEALTH CENTRE 20/11/13 Tularemie vastgesteld bij een haas in Limburg. Tularémie en Suède. Parasit Vectors. 2014; 7: 453. Historical distribution and host-vector diversity of Francisella tularensis, the causative agent of tularemia, in Ukraine. Epidemiology and Infection. 09/2014 The status of tularemia in Europe in a one-health.

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Références INVS. ANSES - 2014 - Poster : EPIDEMIOSURVEILLANCE OF TULAREMIA IN FRENCH WILDLIFE: 2003-2013 RESULTS. Références CDC. Clinical Microbiology and Infection Volume 8, Issue 8, August 2002, A procedure for differentiating between the intentional release of biological warfare agents and natural outbreaks of disease: its use in analyzing the tularemia outbreak in Kosovo in 199. CrossRef | PubMed | Scopus (85)See all References2].

Clinical Microbiology and Infection Volume 8, Issue 8, August 2002, A procedure for differentiating between the intentional release of biological warfare agents and natural outbreaks of disease: its use in analyzing the tularemia outbreak in Kosovo in 199

In many cases, tularemia is naturally transmitted to humans either via small lesions or larger injuries to the skin or mucus membranes in persons skinning or handling diseased animals, particularly rabbits, or as a result of the ingestion of contaminated water or food. Other sources of human infection include infectious ticks and mosquitoes or infective dusts and aerosols. Depending on the portal of infection, local ulcerative processes develop with regional lymphadenopathy and intestinal, pulmonary or systemic, partly septicemic, types.

While clinically manifested infections with biovar B strains are for the most part benign, more than 30% of the cases involving biovar A strains could end in death if therapy is inadequate or delayed. See all References]. CrossRef | PubMedSee all References8]. PubMedSee all References], we undertook to develop a practicable working procedure for this purpose. Case Reports in Infectious Diseases Volume 2013 (2013) Indigenous Infection with Francisella tularensis holarctica in The Netherlands. Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses Volume 44, Issue 6, Supplement, June 2014, E-07: Évolution dans le mode de transmission de la tularémie en Alsace : à propos d’une analyse descriptive de 50 cas. NEW MICROBIOLOGICA - 2012 - Two at one blow: reemergence of tularemia in Upper Austria.

LIFELONG - 2011 - Tularemia in hares imported in Italy from Eastern Europe. International Journal of Infectious Diseases Volume 15, Issue 12 , Pages e882-e883, December 2011 Emergence of tularemia in Fran. Tularemia_en. 1723. 2010 A Case Study In Medical Surveillance And Bioterrorism Preparedness. 2010 Epidemia of Tularemia in Central Anatolia. 2011 Cases of tularaemia in central Norway are still rising. So far this year, 39 cases of tularaemia (rabbit fever) have been reported in 13 municipalities in Sør-Trøndelag, Nordland and Nord-Trøndelag.

2011 Cases of tularaemia in central Norway are still rising

Tularaemia is a bacterial disease with local outbreaks every few years among hares, rabbits, rodents and particularly in lemmings. Most cases are in Sør Trøndelag. Last year, a total of 21 cases were registered across the country. Tularaemia can be transmitted through contaminated drinking water if rodents have drowned in the water source. Caution should be paid in areas that had a large lemming population last year. The disease can be prevented by avoiding contact with sick or dead rodents and to ensuring that rodents do not pollute drinking water sources. Symptoms of the disease in humans The disease usually begins with acute fever, chills, headache and fatigue. Health professionals should be particularly aware of the possibility of tularaemia in people with the symptoms described above.

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