Prevention and control measures for Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever
Prevention and control of CCHF infection is achieved by avoiding or minimising exposure to infected ticks. Since nosocomial cases of CCHF are quite common and often result in high mortality, strict universal precautions, including barrier nursing, should be taken.
Consultation on Crimean-Congo haemorragic fever prevention and control
Second expert consultation on Tick-borne diseases with emphasis on Lyme borreliosis and tick-borne encephalitisArchived
The objective of this expert consultation was to guide, harmonize and enhance the surveillance and prevention of tick-borne diseases in EU Member States, with special emphasis on Lyme borreliosis and tick-borne encephalitis.
Estimating the annual burden of tick-borne encephalitis to inform vaccination policy, Slovenia, 2009 to 2013
Fafangel, M., Cassini, A., Colzani, E., Klavs, I., Grgič Vitek, M., Učakar, V., Muehlen, M., Vudrag, M., Kraigher, A.
Status, quality and specific needs of Zika virus (ZIKV) diagnostic capacity and capability in National Reference Laboratories for arboviruses in 30 EU/EEA countries, MAY 2016
Mögling, R., Zeller, H., Revez, J., Koopmans, M., Reusken, C., Aberle, S., Van Esbroeck, M., Christova, I., Vilibic-Cavlek, T., Richter, J., Zelena, H., Fomsgaard, A., Jaaskelainen, A.J., Brichler, S., Illiaquer, M., Gonfrier, G., Leparc-Goffart, I., Poveda, J.-D., Hober, D., Fleury, H., Fafi-Kremer, S., Foulongne, V., Henquell, C., Leveque, N., Carles, M.J., Mansuy, J.M., Schmidt-Chanasit, J., Nitsche, A., Papa, A., Mentis, A., Takacs, M., Love, A., Connell, J., Venturi, G., Storoženko, J., Griskevicius, A., Opp, M., Barbara, C., Reusken, C., Reimerink, J., Dudman, S.G., Pancer, K., Alves, M.J., Ceianu, C.S., Ticha, E., Županc, T.A., Sanchez-Seco, M.P., Tolfvenstam, T., Aarons, E.
Surveillance perspective on Lyme borreliosis across the European Union and European Economic Area
van den Wijngaard, C.C., Hofhuis, A., Simões, M., Rood, E., van Pelt, W., Zeller, H., Van Bortel, W.
Prevention and control measures for Alkhurma haemorrhagic fever
Prevention and control of Alkhumra infection is achieved by avoiding or minimising the exposure to infected ticks, to the blood of animals during slaughtering activities and by avoiding consumption of non-pasteurized milk.