Zoonosis

Zoonosis is disease or infection that is naturally transmissible from vertebrate animals to humans. Zoonosis may be bacterial, viral, or parasitic, or even may involve unconventional agents. It’s a public health  problem, many of the major zoonotic diseases prevent the efficient production of foods of animal origin and create obstacles to international trade in animal products. To Manage and reduce these risks one must consider the complexity of interactions among humans, animals, and the various environmental factors they live in, thus requiring communication and collaboration among the various sectors responsible for human health, animal health, and the environment. 
 
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Over 200 diseases are currently classified as zoonosis. Common examples include tick- borne illnesses such as Lyme disease, wildlife-transmitted illnesses such as rabies, farm animal-transmitted diseases such as bovine tuberculosis from cattle, and mosquito-transmitted diseases such as West Nile virus, malaria, and yellow fever. The number of zoonotic diseases may increase as rates of worldwide travel, globalization of markets, and human destruction of animal habitat continue to rise.
 
  • Wildlife-transmitted illnesses
  • Host susceptibility
  • Foodborne illness
  • Cross-species transmission
  • Tropical diseases
  • Microbiology; virology; parasitology
  • Conservative medicines
  • Public health problem

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