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Mosquito-borne Diseases - Implications for Public Health

Mosquito-borne Diseases - Implications for Public Health

von: Giovanni Benelli, Heinz Mehlhorn

Springer-Verlag, 2018

ISBN: 9783319940755 , 354 Seiten

Format: PDF

Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen

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Preis: 154,69 EUR


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Mosquito-borne Diseases - Implications for Public Health


This book gathers contributions by 39 international specialists on well-known but neglected mosquito-borne diseases. The authors highlight pathogens that are increasingly being spread worldwide by various mosquito species, a situation worsened further by migration and tourism.

The book addresses significant agents of diseases like AIDS, dengue, Zika virus, malaria and even cancer, and the risk of transmission via mosquito-related vectors. In addition, it examines important means of preventing the outbreak of related diseases by using insecticides and/or repellents.

A particular focus is on the unique and sophisticated mouthparts of bloodsucking species, which allow them to feed on blood in an undisturbed manner, and by means of which agents of disease can enter potential human and animal hosts.

In brief, the book provides a broad range of information for a wide readership, including graduates, teachers and researchers in the fields of parasitology, virology, tropical medicine and microbiology, as well as practitioners and healthcare officials.