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The contribution of animals to human welfare
Scientific and Technical Review, Vol. 37 (1)

Author(s) : Temple Grandin, ed., 2018

This Review discusses how companion animals and livestock can both make a positive contribution to human welfare. Animals improve the welfare of humans in many ways, ranging from providing companionship, improving mental health, facilitating rescues during natural disasters; and finally, for a number of species, as food. Dogs used in therapy, and as aids for people with disabilities, provide important benefits. Moreover, they can also be used to detect drugs and herd livestock. To ensure the welfare of such important partners, good breeding programmes and high-quality veterinary care are essential, and breeders must be careful to avoid producing dogs with congenital issues.

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R37-1 TRILINGUAL BOOK 105.00 € Available 

Rabies
Scientific and Technical Review, Vol. 37 (2)

Author(s) : Anthony Fooks, ed., 2018

This issue of the Review provides the scientists, clinicians, veterinarians, policy-makers and stakeholders involved in rabies control with an up-to-date review of the rabies situation worldwide, from a ‘One Health’ perspective. Rabies is one of the most feared known human diseases and substantial developments have been made in recent years in reducing its burden. This publication discusses the global strategies used for the elimination of terrestrial rabies from reservoir populations, focusing on the elimination of dog-mediated rabies. It considers regional strategies for rabies control and also shows how intergovernmental organisations, such as the OIE, the WHO and the FAO, are working together in a collegiate manner to help to fight the disease worldwide. The adoption of effective strategies against rabies is especially important in regions where its control is still neglected and where the disease remains endemic. Expected in September 2018.

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Plurithematic issue
Scientific and Technical Review, Vol. 36 (3)

Author(s) : OIE; Ed.2017

Volume 36 (3) of the Scientific and Technical Review contains 24 articles submitted by experts from around the world on a variety of topics. Most notably, this new issue examines the epidemiological situation in various parts of the world, as well as several zoonoses, including canine parasitic zoonoses; rabies; and Clostridium perfringens, Toxoplasma gondii and Salmonella spp. infections. The surveillance of companion animal diseases is also addressed in this context.

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Biological threat reduction
Scientific and Technical Review, Vol. 36 (2)

Author(s) : Tammy Beckham, ed., 2017

This issue reviews the use of animal pathogens and zoonotic agents as bioweapons. More specifically, it examines their use throughout history, explores current disease trends and threats and evaluates the use of animals as sentinels for early detection of outbreaks affecting animals and/or humans, whether the outbreaks be of natural, accidental or deliberate origin.

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The economics of animal health
Scientific and Technical Review, Vol. 36 (1)

Author(s) : Jonathan Rushton, ed., 2017

This Review allows the presentation of what is currently considered best practice in the use of economics in animal health, and it looks at where economics could be incorporated into animal health investments and programmes to ensure that the allocation of resources is both proportionate and timely.

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Terrestrial Animal Health Code 2018

Author(s) : OIE; Ed. 2018

The Terrestrial Code provides standards for the improvement of terrestrial animal health and welfare and veterinary public health worldwide including standards for safe international trade in terrestrial animals and their products. Expected in September 2018.

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Aquatic Animal Health Code 2018

Author(s) : OIE; Ed. 2018

The Aquatic Code provides standards for the improvement of aquatic animal health worldwide. It also includes standards for good governance, the welfare of farmed fish and use of antimicrobial agents in aquatic animals. Competent Authorities should use the standards in the Aquatic Code to develop measures for early detection, internal reporting, notification and control of pathogenic agents in aquatic animals (amphibians, crustaceans, fish and molluscs) and preventing their spread via international trade in aquatic animals and aquatic animal products, while avoiding unjustified sanitary barriers to trade. Expected in September 2018.

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