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Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases [electronic resource]

Wertheim, Heiman F. L; Horby, Peter; Woodall, John P
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EBook; Book; Online
Published
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
Language
English
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Virtual Library of Virginia EBL DDA purchased title
ISBN
9781444354669, 1444354663
Summary
The Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases provides a much needed practical and visual overview of the current distribution and determinants of major infectious diseases of humans. The comprehensive full-color maps show at a glance the areas with reported infections and outbreaks, and are accompanied by a concise summary of key information on the infectious agent and its clinical and epidemiological characteristics. Since infectious diseases are dynamic, the maps are presented in the context of a changing world, and how these changes are influencing the geographical distribution on human infection.
Contents
  • Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases; Contents; Editors; Contributors and Reviewers; Foreword; Preface; User's Guide; Abbreviations; The World; Section 1: Infectious Disease Drivers; 1 Emerging Infectious Diseases; 2 Population; 3 Urbanization; 4 Global Connectivity; 5 Human Development; 6 Global Peace Index; 7 Life Expectancy and Child Mortality; 8 Water and Sanitation; 9 Undernutrition; 10 Climate; 11 Forest Cover Change; 12 Natural Disasters; 13 Antibiotic Use; 14 Inherited Blood Disorders and Duffy Antigen; 15 Immunization Coverage
  • DTP3; 16 Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus.
  • 17 Malaria Vectors18 Livestock Density; 19 Bird Migration; Section 2: Bacterial Infections; 20 Anthrax; 21 Bartonellosis, Bartonella bacilliformis; 22 Bartonellosis, Bartonella quintana; 23 Botulism; 24 Brucellosis; 25 Buruli Ulcer; 26 Cholera; 27 Diphtheria; 28 Donovanosis; 29 Ehrlichioses; 30 Endemic Treponematosis; 31 Haemophilus influenzae Type b; 32 Leprosy; 33 Leptospirosis; 34 Listeriosis; 35 Lyme Disease; 36 Melioidosis; 37 Meningococcal Meningitis; 38 Noma; 39 Pertussis; 40 Plague; 41 Pneumococcal Disease; 42 Q Fever; 43 Rat Bite Fever; 44 Relapsing Fever.
  • 45 Rickettsioses, Tick-borne, New World 46 Rickettsioses, Tick-borne, Old World; 47 Scrub Typhus; 48 Streptococcus suis; 49 Tetanus; 50 Trachoma; 51 Tuberculosis; 52 Tularemia; 53 Typhoid Fever; Section 3: Fungal Infections; 54 Blastomycosis; 55 Coccidioidomycosis; 56 Histoplasmosis; 57 Mycetoma; 58 Paracoccidioidomycosis; 59 Penicilliosis; Section 4: Parasitic Infections; 60 Amebiasis, Entamoeba histolytica; 61 Anisakidosis; 62 Babesiosis; 63 Capillariasis, Intestinal; 64 Clonorchiasis; 65 Cysticercosis; 66 Diphyllobothriasis; 67 Dracunculiasis; 68 Echinococcosis, Echinococcus multilocularis.
  • 69 Eosinophilic Meningitis, Angiostrongylus cantonensis70 Fascioliasis; 71 Fasciolopsiasis; 72 Filariasis; 73 Hookworm; 74 Leishmaniasis, Cutaneous and Mucosal, New World; 75 Leishmaniasis, Cutaneous and Mucosal, Old World; 76 Leishmaniasis, Visceral; 77 Loiasis; 78 Malaria, Plasmodium falciparum; 79 Malaria, Plasmodium knowlesi; 80 Malaria, Plasmodium ovale; 81 Malaria, Plasmodium vivax; 82 Onchocerciasis; 83 Opisthorchiasis; 84 Paragonimiasis; 85 Schistosomiasis, Africa & Americas; 86 Schistosomiasis, Asia; 87 Strongyloidiasis; 88 Trypanosomiasis, African; 89 Trypanosomiasis, American.
  • Section 5: Viral Infections 90 Avian influenza (A/H5N1); 91 Barmah Forest & Ross River Virus Disease; 92 Bunyamwera Viral Fever; 93 Bunyavirus Group C Disease; 94 California Group Virus Disease; 95 Chikungunya Fever; 96 Colorado Tick Fever; 97 Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever; 98 Dengue; 99 Eastern Equine Encephalitis; 100 Ebola and Marburg Virus Disease; 101 Hantaviral Disease, New World; 102 Hantaviral Disease, Old World; 103 Hendra and Nipah Virus; 104 Hepatitis A; 105 Hepatitis B; 106 Hepatitis C; 107 Hepatitis E; 108 Human Immunodeficiency Virus; 109 Human T-Lymphotropic Virus 110 Japanese Encephalitis.
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