A systematic literature review on the diagnostic accuracy of serological tests for Lyme borreliosis
This report provides an overview of the diagnostic accuracy of serological tests for different target conditions of Lyme borreliosis.
The diagnostic accuracy of serological tests for Lyme borreliosis in Europe: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Leeflang, M.M.G., Ang, C.W., Berkhout, J., Bijlmer, H.A., Van Bortel, W., Brandenburg, A.H., Van Burgel, N.D., Van Dam, A.P., Dessau, R.B., Fingerle, V., Hovius, J.W.R., Jaulhac, B., Meijer, B., Van Pelt, W., Schellekens, J.F.P., Spijker, R., Stelma, F.F., Stanek, G., Verduyn-Lunel, F., Zeller, H., Sprong, H.
Leaflet on Lyme borreliosis for the general public living in endemic areas
The leaflet provides information about ticks, the risk, the prevention of tick bites and how to react in the case of a tick bite, and sets out the symptoms for each of the potential tickborne diseases. (Adaptable templates available)
Information sheet on Lyme borreliosis for the general public living in endemic areas
The information sheet is mainly intended for people living in endemic areas who have been bitten by (a) tick(s) so as to inform them primarily about the symptoms that they have to be aware of. (Adaptable templates available)
Factsheet about Borreliosis
Borreliosis, also known as Lyme disease, is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected ticks. If left untreated, infection can spread to joints, the heart, and the nervous system. Most cases of Borreliosis can be treated successfully with a few weeks of antibiotics. No vaccine against Borreliosis is currently available.