SVA - JUILLET 2011 - Surveillance of zoonotic and other animal disease agents in Sweden 2010 (pdf 7 MB) PLOS 28/05/14 A Prospective Study of Romanian Agriculture Workers for Zoonotic Influenza Infections. Abstract Background In this prospective study we sought to examine seroepidemiological evidence for acute zoonotic influenza virus infection among Romanian agricultural workers.
Methods Sera were drawn upon enrollment (2009) and again at 12 and 24 months from 312 adult agriculture workers and 51 age-group matched controls. Participants were contacted monthly for 24 months and queried regarding episodes of acute influenza-like illnesses (ILI). Results During the two-year follow-up, a total of 23 ILI events were reported. Conclusions While Romania has recently experienced multiple incursions of highly pathogenic avian influenza among domestic poultry, this cohort of Romanian agriculture workers had sparse evidence of avian influenza virus infections. Citation: Coman A, Maftei DN, Krueger WS, Heil GL, Chereches RM, Sirlincan E, et al. (2014) A Prospective Study of Romanian Agriculture Workers for Zoonotic Influenza Infections. Copyright: © 2014 Coman et al.
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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. Open Access Summary The European Union (EU) Framework 7-funded project entitled CALLISTO (Companion Animal multisectoriaL interprofessionaL and interdisciplinary Strategic Think tank On zoonoses) ran between 2012 and 2014 and investigated zoonotic infectious diseases transmitted between companion animals and man and food producing animals.
There are large numbers of companion animals throughout Europe and these animals, of varied species, play an integral role in human society, providing very real human health and welfare benefits. There is, however, some risk that close human contact with companion animals may lead to the transmission of zoonotic infectious diseases of numerous different types. Companion animals may also be a source of some infections transmitted to farmed livestock. Keywords CALLISTO; companion animal; European Union; zoonosis.
Zoonoses en Allemagne. EVIRA - 2012 - Zoonoses in Finland in 2000-2010. La veille ZOONOSES en France. Zoonoses en Belgique. Zoonoses au Royaume-Uni. Principales zoonoses au Danemark. CHATMAN HOUSE - AVRIL 2010 - Achieving Effective Inter-Sectoral Collaboration to Prevent, Detect and Control the Emergence and S. Reports and publications in english - SVA.
Emerging zoonoses : Early warning and surveillance in the Netherlands 330214002. EZIPs. Laboratory for Zoonoses and Environmental Microbiology. Report on Zoonoses in Ireland, 2006 and 2007. Monitoring and Enforcement. Introduction to zoonoses Zoonoses are diseases and infections which are naturally transmittable between vertebrate animals and man (World Health Organization).
They include a wide variety of disease types (parasitic, fungal, bacterial and viral) that differ both clinically and epidemiologically. The fundamental reason why these diseases are grouped together is that successful control strategies require combined multi-disciplinary and multi-agency efforts. Transmission can occur as a result of direct contact with infected animals, animal tissue urine and faeces or through infected insect vectors or by the consumption of contaminated water and food. Årsrapporter. En af Zoonosecentrets arbejdsopgaver er at informere og rådgive myndigheder, institutioner, dyrlæger, brancher o.a. om forebyggelse og bekæmpelse af zoonoser.
Dette foregår bl.a. ved udgivelse af "Annual Report on Zoonoses in Denmark", som indeholder en opsummering af forekomsten af zoonotiske bakterier i fødevarer, dyr og mennesker i Danmark. Rapporterne baseres på data indsamlet ifølge Zoonosedirektivet 03/99/EEC suppleret med data fra de danske kontrol- og overvågningsprogrammer samt data fra relevante forskningsprojekter fra de institutioner, der yder et bidrag til rapporten. About the National Research Platform for Zoonoses. Unit Epidemiology and Zoonoses. The protection of human health against diseases and infections transmissible directly or indirectly between animals and humans, zoonoses, is of paramount importance.
Epidemiology is the scientific examination of the spread of diseases and their agents in the relevant populations. In the case of zoonoses they include animals, food, feed and the environment as well as human beings. Unit 43 makes an important contribution to consumer health protection by supplying robust epidemiological data and findings for the assessment of health risks for man as well as temporal and spatial trends,for exposure assessment,for setting priorities and improving prevention and intervention strategies. The main tasks of the Unit involve participation in implementing the Zoonoses Monitoring Directive 2003/99/EC and preparation of the control measures within the framework of the Zoonoses Control Regulation (EC) 2160/2003.