Dogs Zoonoses And Public Health Pdf
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- Treatment of Zoonoses
- Dogs, Zoonoses and Public Health, 2nd Edition
Veterinarians play a crucial role in protecting dogs, their families, and the public from exposure to zoonotic diseases. Dogs can serve as a sentinel for infections shared with humans. Routine evaluation and diagnostic testing to screen pet dogs for disease vectors and zoonotic infections can enhance recognition of disease risk in people. Immune-compromised individuals are at increased risk of acquiring zoonotic disease from pets. Case examples include ill animals with an unknown history or overdue vaccination status for rabies and leptospirosis, especially in the face of neurologic, urinary, or hepatic clinical signs.
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Treatment of Zoonoses
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Dogs, Zoonoses and Public Health, 2nd Edition
The treatment of zoonotic and nonzoonotic diseases of animals is similar; however, treatments that prolong the shedding of zoonotic organisms should be avoided unless there are overriding considerations. For example, antibiotic treatment is usually contraindicated in uncomplicated Salmonella -associated diarrhea, because these drugs may prolong shedding of this organism. Conversely, animals that carry zoonotic organisms may sometimes be treated to reduce human exposure, even when the infection is subclinical or expected to be self-limiting, such as a minor skin lesion caused by dermatophytes.
People can be protected from some zoonoses by eliminating the pathogen from its animal reservoir s. In some countries, livestock diseases such as bovine and porcine brucellosis and bovine tuberculosis have been eradicated, and the prevalence of Salmonella in poultry has been significantly reduced. Vaccination eg, rabies , treatment of clinical cases, flea and tick control, periodic testing for enteric parasites or other pathogens, and other disease control measures in domestic animals can also protect people. Human vaccines are available for a few diseases, and arthropod control measures decrease the risk of vectorborne infections. Foodborne zoonoses can often be interrupted by using good sanitation and hygiene during food preparation, eliminating cross-contamination of foods, cooking all foods of animal origin including invertebrates such as mollusks and snails to safe temperatures, and thoroughly washing vegetables shortly before eating.
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A zoonosis plural zoonoses, or zoonotic diseases is an infectious disease caused by a pathogen an infectious agent, such as a bacterium, virus, parasite or prion that has jumped from an animal usually a vertebrate to a human. Major modern diseases such as Ebola virus disease and salmonellosis are zoonoses. HIV was a zoonotic disease transmitted to humans in the early part of the 20th century, though it has now mutated to a separate human-only disease. Most strains of influenza that infect humans are human diseases, although many strains of bird flu and swine flu are zoonoses; these viruses occasionally recombine with human strains of the flu and can cause pandemics such as the Spanish flu or the swine flu. Zoonoses have different modes of transmission.
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