Rabies is still one of the most feared diseases in the world and its control remains a key objective in large parts of Europe. This major meeting brought together veterinarians, scientists, clinicians and public health officials to share their experience in rabies control, to examine the threat posed by the common rabies virus and emerging strains, and to develop strategies for the prevention, control and eradication of rabies in Europe. Rabies in Europe reveals the true epidemiological situation of an often overlooked menace and presents the latest research by over 40 prominent scientists in rabies prevention and control. It proposes practical solutions and includes the official WHO/OIE recommendations issuing from the meeting. The book provides researchers, healthcare professionals and public health officials with an up-to-date, in-depth look at the threat still posed by rabies and shows how medical and scientific advances have been employed to stem the growing number of infections spreading from Eastern to Western Europe since the end of World War II.... for helpful discussion, and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) for funding the work (SEW 18). ... Accessed on 5/12/05 http://www. vet.ksu.edu/features/VetQuarterly/ KVQSpr03.pdf. ... Vet Rec 1998; 19: 519-520.
|Title||:||First International Conference on Rabies in Europe|
|Publisher||:||S Karger Ag - 2006-01-01|