Zoonosis y Factores de Riesgo



Zoonotic Neglected Tropical Diseases: New Approaches to Combat Old Enemies.

Fabio Ribeiro Braga, Pedro Mendoza de Gives, Adolfo Paz Silva, Filippe Elias de Freitas Soares, and Jackson Victor de Araújo. BioMed Research International. Editorial, Article ID 914248, Volume 2014 (2014).


Prevalence and Risk Factors Associated with Faecal Shedding of Cryptosporidium Oocysts in Dogs in the Federal Capital Territory.

Abuja, Nigeria. Gbemisola Magaret Olabanji, Beatty Viv Maikai, and Gbeminiyi Richard Otolorin.  Research Article. Volume 2016, Article ID 4591238. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016/4591238.


Prevalence of Selected Zoonotic Diseases and Risk Factors at a Human-Wildlife-Livestock Interface in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa.

Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases. Original Research. Simpson Gregory J.G., Quan Vanessa, Frean John, Knobel Darryn L., Rossouw Jennifer, Weyer Jacqueline, Marcotty Tanguy, Godfroid Jacques, and Blumberg Lucille H. Published Online:17 Apr 2018



Seroprevalence and Associated Risk Factors of Brucellosis among Indigenous Cattle in the Adamawa and North Regions of Cameroon.

J. Awah-Ndukum, M. M. M. Mouiche, H. N. Bayang, V. Ngu Ngwa, E. Assana, K. J. M. Feussom, T. K. Manchang, and P. A. Zoli. Veterinary Medicine International. Research Article, Article ID 3468596, Volume 2018 (2018).


Prevalence of Selected Zoonotic Diseases and Risk Factors at a Human-Wildlife-Livestock Interface in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa.

Simpson Gregory J.G., Quan Vanessa, Frean John, Knobel Darryn L., Rossouw Jennifer, Weyer Jacqueline, Marcotty Tanguy, Godfroid Jacques, and Blumberg Lucille H. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases. Published Online:17 Apr 2018https://doi.org/10.1089/vbz.2017.2158


A Review of Laboratory-Acquired Infections in the Asia-Pacific: Understanding Risk and the Need for Improved Biosafety for Veterinary and Zoonotic Diseases.

Jarunee Siengsanan-Lamont 1 and Stuart D. Blacksell. Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease 2018, 3(2), 36; doi:10.3390/tropicalmed3020036.


Risk factors for encephalitis from West Nile virus: a matched case-control study using hospitalized controls.

Murray, KO, et al. (2009). Zoonoses Public Health 56, 370–375.


Use of Influenza Risk Assessment Tool for Prepandemic Preparedness.

Burke SA, Trock SC. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2018;24(3):471-477. doi:10.3201/eid2403.171852.


Understanding Q Fever Risk to Humans in Minnesota Through the Analysis of Spatiotemporal Trends:

Julio Alvarez, Tory Whitten, Adam J. Branscum, Teresa Garcia-Seco, Jeff B. Bender, Joni Scheftel, and Andres Perez. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, Vol. 18, No. 2, February 2018: 89-95.


Identifying the social and environmental determinants of plague endemicity in Peru: insights from a case study in Ascope, La Libertad:

Ana Rivière-Cinnamond, Alain Santandreu, Anita Luján, Frederic Mertens, John Omar Espinoza, Yesenia Carpio, Johnny Bravo and Jean-Marc Gabastou. BMC Public HealthBMC series – open, inclusive and trusted201818:220.



Sensitivity and Specificity of Suspected Case Definition Used during West Africa Ebola Epidemic. Emerging Infectious Diseases.

Hsu CH, Champaloux SW, Keïta S, et al 2018;24(1):9-14. doi:10.3201/eid2401.161678.


Changing Geographic Patterns and Risk Factors for Avian Influenza A(H7N9) Infections in Humans, China.

Artois J, Jiang H, Wang X, et al. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2018;24(1):87-94. doi:10.3201/eid2401.171393.


Molecular Characterization of Autochthonous Chikungunya Cluster in Latium Region, Italy.

Bordi L, Carletti F, Lalle E, et al. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2018;24(1):178-180. doi:10.3201/eid2401.171605.


Knowledge of causes, clinical features and diagnosis of common zoonoses among medical practitioners in Tanzania.

Kunda John, Rudovic Kazwala and Godfrey S Mfinanga. BMC Infectious Diseases 2008 8:162.


Zoonoses and marginalised infectious diseases of poverty: ¿Where do we stand?

SHORT REPORT. David Molyneux, Zuhair Hallaj, Gerald T Keusch, Donald P McManus, Helena Ngowi, Sarah Cleaveland, Pilar Ramos-Jimenez, Eduardo Gotuzzo, Kamal Kar, Ana Sanchez, Amadou Garba, Helene Carabin, Amal Bassili, Claire L Chaignat, Francois-Xavier Meslin, Hind M Abushama. Parasites & Vectors 2011 4:106.


Living at the edge of an interface area in Zimbabwe: cattle owners, commodity chain and health workers’ awareness, perceptions and practices on zoonoses.

B. M. Gadaga, E.M.C. Etter, B. Mukamuri, K. J. Makwangudze, D. M. Pfukenyi and G. Matope. BMC Public Health 2016 16:84.


Household knowledge, attitudes and practices related to pet contact and associated zoonoses in Ontario, Canada.

Jason W Stull, Andrew S Peregrine, Jan M Sargeant and J Scott Weese. BMC Public Health 2012 12:553.


Symptom- and Laboratory-Based Ebola Risk Scores to Differentiate Likely Ebola Infections.

Oza S, Sesay AA, Russell NJ, et al. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2017;23(11):1792-1799. doi:10.3201/eid2311.170171.


Seroprevalence of Leptospirosis, Brucellosis, and Q Fever in a Wild Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) Population Kept in a Fenced Reserve in Absence of Contact with Livestock.

Jose María San-Miguel Ayanz, Francisco Javier Garcia-Peña, Paula García-Lunar, Luis Miguel Ortega-Mora, María José Ruano, Gema Álvarez-García, and Esther Collantes-Fernández. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, Vol. 17, No. 10, October 2017: 692-697.


Daily relative dog abundance, fecal density, and loading rates on intensively and minimally managed dog-friendly beaches in central California.

Stori C. Oatesa, b, Melissa A. Millera, b, Dane Hardinc, Clare Dominikc, David Jessupb, Woutrina A. Smitha. Marine Pollution Bulletin.



Risk for zoonotic Salmonella transmission from pet reptiles: A survey on knowledge, attitudes and practices of reptile-owners related to reptile husbandry.

Original research article. Marialaura Corrente, Giancarlo Sangiorgio, Erika Grandolfo, Livia Bodnar, Domenico Buonavoglia. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Volume 146, 1 October 2017, Pages 73-78.


The use of animals as a surveillance tool for monitoring environmental health hazards, human health hazards and bioterrorism. Review article.

Jacqueline PeiShan, NeoBoon HuanTan. Veterinary Microbiology. Volume 203, May 2017, Pages 40-48.



Risk Assessment and Zoonotic Implications - USDA APHIS.
Risk Assessment* and Zoonotic Implications

Yvonne Nadler DVM MPH April 6, 2011 * THE FUN STUFF. What is Risk? What is the possibility that something:



Análisis de riesgos de la brucelosis en el estado de Tlaxcala. 

Guillermina García-Juárez, J Efrén Ramírez-Bribiesca, Maricela Hernández-Vázquez, Luz Marina Hernández-Calva, Efrén Díaz-Aparicio, Hermila Orozco-Bolaños. Consultado en mayo 2017:



Benefit-Risk Assessments at the US Food and Drug Administration

Finding the Balance
Robert M. Califf, MD1
Author Affiliations Article Information
JAMA. Published online January 20, 2017. doi:10.1001/jama.2017.0410



Diagnosis and Treatment of Leishmaniasis: Clinical Practice Guidelines



Pathogenic Landscape of Transboundary Zoonotic Diseases in the Mexico-US Border Along the Rio Grande



Infographic: World Zoonoses Day



Imported Human Rabies Cases Worldwide, 1990–2012


Imported Human Rabies Cases Worldwide, 1990–2012 Philippe Carrara1, Phillipe Parola1,2, Phillipe Brouqui1,2, Philippe Gautret1,2*

PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases | www.plosntds.org 1 May 2013 | Volume 7 | Issue 5 | e2209


Avian influenza, human (75): WHO risk assess. disease profile




Desastres y Factores de Riesgo


Desastres y Factores de Riesgo


Human infections with avian influenza A(H7N9) virus



May 2013