Preventing and controlling disease outbreaks in a complex emergency situation: discussion of the tsunami aftermath.
Eurosurveillance Editorial Team
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.
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.
The European medical corps: First public health team mission and future perspectives
Haussig, J.M., Severi, E., Baum, J.H., Vanlerberghe, V., Laiseca, A., Defrance, L., Brailescu, C., Coulombier, D., Jansa, J.
Increased risk of yellow fever infections among unvaccinated European travellers due to ongoing outbreak in Brazil, july 2017 to March 2018
Gossner, C.M., Haussig, J.M., de Bellegarde de Saint Lary, C., Kaasik Aaslav, K., Schlagenhauf, P., Sudre, B.
Personal protective measures against tick bites
The risk of tick-borne infections is reduced by avoiding tick bites and removing ticks from the body. Ticks live on the ground and climb 20 to 70 cm onto grasses and bushes where they find hosts with the help of temperature-sensitive cells. The bite is painless, and often you will not sense a tick moving on your skin.