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Bird Flu, (H5N1) - (H5N1) Prof. Nassiri

Avian Flu Avian Flu TransmissionTransmission Farm to FarmFarm to Farm Bird droppingsBird droppings Contaminated dusts, soils, equipmentVehicles, feed, cages

Fact Sheet

How People Become Infected So far, most cases of avian influenza infectionin humans have resulted from direct contact with infected poultry (e.g., domesticated chickens, ducks, and turkeys) or contact with surfaces soiled with discharges from their mouths, beaks, or with feces.


NB: Version adopted by the World Assembly of Delegates of the OIE in May 2009 OIE Terrestrial Manual 2009 1 CHAPTER 2.3.4. AVIAN INFLUENZA SUMMARY Avian influenza ( AI ) is caused by specified viruses that are members of the family Orthomyxoviridae and placed in the genus influenzavirus A .


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Recommendations for Use of Avian

Recommendations for Use of Avian & Bat Protection Plan for Addressing Wind/Wildlife Interactions Recommendations for Use of Avian

FAO-OIE-WHO Technical Update: Current evolution of avian ...

Page 1 of 6 FAO-OIE-WHO Technical Update: Current evolution of avian influenza H5N1 viruses 7 September 2011 This document is intended to provide a technical briefing for persons generally familiar with influenza viruses and the epidemiology of influenza in humans and animals.

Influenza Surveillance and Avian Influenza Update - Bureau of ...

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As part of the President's National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza, which includes both avian influenza and human pandemic preparedness, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is working with its partners on the international and domestic fronts to help control the spread of high ...

Field Manual of Wildlife Diseases—General Field Procedures ...

Avian Pox 163 Chapter 19 Avian Pox Synonyms Fowl pox, avian diphtheria, contagious epithelioma, and poxvirus infection Cause Avian pox is the common name for a mild-to-severe, slow-developing disease of birds that is caused by a large virus belonging to the avipoxvirus group, a subgroup of ...