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Evaluation, contrôle et prévention du risque de transmission du virus influenza aviaire à l'homme

C Saegerman, Godelieve Meulemans UGent, Kristien Van Reeth UGent, D Marlier, F Yane, H Vindevogel, B Brochier, T van den Berg and E Thiry (2004) ANNALES DE MEDECINE VETERINAIRE. 148(2). p.65-77
abstract
Since mid-december 2003, an epizootic of highly pathogenic avian influenza (type A, sub-type H5N1) occurs in eastern and south-eastern Asia. This epizootic is historically unprecedented in its virulence, geographical spread, and economic consequences for the agricultural sector. Implications for human health were registered in Vietnam and in Thailand. This paper summarizes the current knowledge about the risk evaluation of the transmission of avian influenza virus to humans. The current asian epizootic has highlighted the key role of global health information systems and also the need for exhaustive notification of human and animal cases. It reinforces the concept of veterinary public health.
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Risk evaluation of the transmission of the avian influenza virus to humans
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type
journalArticle (original)
publication status
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subject
journal title
ANNALES DE MEDECINE VETERINAIRE
Ann. Med. Vet.
volume
148
issue
2
pages
65 - 77
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000202896400001
JCR category
VETERINARY SCIENCES
JCR impact factor
0.182 (2004)
JCR rank
100/123 (2004)
JCR quartile
4 (2004)
ISSN
0003-4118
language
French
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
id
4382949
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-4382949
date created
2014-05-13 16:07:30
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2016-12-19 15:45:51
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  abstract     = {Since mid-december 2003, an epizootic of highly pathogenic avian influenza (type A, sub-type H5N1) occurs in eastern and south-eastern Asia. This epizootic is historically unprecedented in its virulence, geographical spread, and economic consequences for the agricultural sector. Implications for human health were registered in Vietnam and in Thailand. This paper summarizes the current knowledge about the risk evaluation of the transmission of avian influenza virus to humans. The current asian epizootic has highlighted the key role of global health information systems and also the need for exhaustive notification of human and animal cases. It reinforces the concept of veterinary public health.},
  author       = {Saegerman, C and Meulemans, Godelieve and Van Reeth, Kristien and Marlier, D and Yane, F and Vindevogel, H and Brochier, B and van den Berg, T and Thiry, E},
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  journal      = {ANNALES DE MEDECINE VETERINAIRE},
  language     = {fre},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {65--77},
  title        = {Evaluation, contr{\^o}le et pr{\'e}vention du risque de transmission du virus influenza aviaire {\`a} l'homme},
  volume       = {148},
  year         = {2004},
}

Chicago
Saegerman, C, Godelieve Meulemans, Kristien Van Reeth, D Marlier, F Yane, H Vindevogel, B Brochier, T van den Berg, and E Thiry. 2004. “Evaluation, Contrôle Et Prévention Du Risque De Transmission Du Virus Influenza Aviaire à L’homme.” Annales De Medecine Veterinaire 148 (2): 65–77.
APA
Saegerman, C., Meulemans, G., Van Reeth, K., Marlier, D., Yane, F., Vindevogel, H., Brochier, B., et al. (2004). Evaluation, contrôle et prévention du risque de transmission du virus influenza aviaire à l’homme. ANNALES DE MEDECINE VETERINAIRE, 148(2), 65–77.
Vancouver
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Saegerman C, Meulemans G, Van Reeth K, Marlier D, Yane F, Vindevogel H, et al. Evaluation, contrôle et prévention du risque de transmission du virus influenza aviaire à l’homme. ANNALES DE MEDECINE VETERINAIRE. 2004;148(2):65–77.
MLA
Saegerman, C, Godelieve Meulemans, Kristien Van Reeth, et al. “Evaluation, Contrôle Et Prévention Du Risque De Transmission Du Virus Influenza Aviaire à L’homme.” ANNALES DE MEDECINE VETERINAIRE 148.2 (2004): 65–77. Print.