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Cover for Mass dog vaccination and animal birth control: a One Health pilot project in Karachi, Pakistan.

The Sindh province in Southern Pakistan reports staggering numbers of dog bites. Not only to treat but to prevent, dog-bite casualties, in January 2018, the Indus Hospital launched a proof of concept of One Health. The pilot project 'Rabies Free Pakistan' (RFP) consisted of the performance of mass...

Author(s)
Naseem Salahuddin; Naila Baig-Ansari; Gohar, M. A.; Khan, R. M.; Wajiha Javed; Jaffari, S. A. A.; Mahmood, Q.; Manzoor Ahmad; Ullah, M. R.; Fiaz Ahmad; Waqas Ahmad
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for High-throughput techniques to understand evolution and transmission trends of rabies virus in Asian countries.

The 12 kb single-stranded negative-sense rabies virus (RABV) genome exhibits unusual genomic plasticity owing to which this virus often dodges immune surveillance and is highly adaptative in new host animals. Attempts to link genome evolution, transmission and prevalence of RABV have been greatly...

Author(s)
Jadeja, N. B.; Vanak, A. T.
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for FAO, WOAH and WHO working together in the Asia Pacific region to eliminate dog-mediated human rabies by 2030.

Rabies is endemic in humans and animals in the Asia Pacific region. Dog-mediated rabies accounts for more than 95% of the cases in humans. Although tools, strategies and mechanisms are available, rabies continues to be neglected resulting in preventable human and animal deaths. The Regional...

Author(s)
Balogh, K. de; Oh Yooni; Gordoncillo, M. J.; Phuentshok, Y.; Brum, E.; Schoonman, L.; Newman, S.; Kugita, H.; Dukpa, K.; Thompson, L.; Tshering, P.; Abila, R.; Wijayathilaka, T.; Prabsriphum, S.; Gyanendra Gongal; Sutherland, D.; Yajima, A.
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for Emerging opportunities for enhanced regional one health approach in the prevention, control and elimination of rabies and other zoonoses in South-East Asia.

The Association of South-east Asian Nations (ASEAN) launched the ASEAN Rabies Elimination Strategy officially endorsed by the ASEAN Ministers of Health and Agriculture and Forestry in 2014. Because of coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), global and regional stakeholders realized the urgency of...

Author(s)
Miranda, N. L. J.; Miranda, M. E. G.
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for One Health approach to control canine rabies in Thailand: the Chiang Mai model.

The Chiang Mai province is a top tourist spot in Thailand so local governments have adopted an intensive policy to eliminate human rabies deaths. The Chiang Mai Model strengthens rabies control efforts by integrating a Buddhist approach to encourage humane compassion towards animals, rather than...

Author(s)
Petsophonsakul, W.; Inoue, S.
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for Global dog and human rabies control efforts from ancient times to 2030 and beyond.

Nowadays, rabies is mainly present in Africa and Asia, where every year it causes an estimated 59,000 human deaths and costs US$8.6 billion. A key date in the history of rabies control is 6 July 1885, when the first dose of rabies vaccine was successfully inoculated to an exposed individual in...

Author(s)
Nadal, D.; Radhakrishnan, S.
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for Immunogenicity following dog rabies vaccination: a Sri Lankan experience.

Proper canine vaccination and the efficacy of vaccines play a major role in controlling rabies in rabies-endemic countries. This chapter focuses on two studies that demonstrated humoral immunity following dog rabies vaccination (RV) of puppies, juveniles and adult dogs. The results of these studies ...

Author(s)
Gunatilake, M.; Pimburage, R. M. S.; Wimalaratne, O.; Perera, K. A. D. N.
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for Investigation of rabies control in free-roaming dogs: a mathematical modelling approach from Bangladesh.

This chapter addresses the issues relevant to the transmission of rabies in free-roaming dogs (FRDs) and its control by using mathematical epidemic models. Compared to well-supervised dogs, there are some additional challenges to controlling rabies in FRDs which arise due to a number of factors,...

Author(s)
Islam, M. H.; Masud, M. A.
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for The role of dog ecology in canine rabies prevention and control in Asia: lessons from Indonesia and the Oceanic region.

Constraints to canine rabies elimination include low political priority, poor implementation of a One Health approach, low accessibility of rabies post-exposure treatment, and often insufficient information on local dog populations. Studies on dog ecology can provide essential insights to guide the ...

Author(s)
Dürr, S.; Wera, E.; Brookes, V. J.; Warembourg, C.; Griss, S.; Fahrion, A. S.
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for The 'Pooling Strategy' in Himachal Pradesh, India: an innovation for rabies post-exposure prophylaxis during crisis of shortage of life-saving biologicals.

Resource-limited clinics and countries often face ethical dilemmas when treating patients exposed to rabies during rabies vaccine and rabies immunoglobulin (RIG) shortages. This chapter discusses an innovative 'pooling strategy' that was developed during shortage crises of life-saving biologicals...

Author(s)
Slack, V.; Bharti, O. K.
ISBN
2023 CABI (H ISBN 9781800622951)
Type
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