Rozwój pandemii afrykańskiego pomoru świń

Zygmunt Pejsak , Marian Truszczyński , Kazimierz Tarasiuk

Abstract

In the introduction of this paper the increasingly accepted nomenclature of basic expressions used in veterinary epidemiology is presented. This is in accordance with the 2018 Edition of Wiley-Blackwell Veterinary Epidemiology, by Michael Thrusfield. Pandemia and not Panzootia is used for large scale outbreaks of infectious diseases also in relation to animals characterizing significantly increased morbidity and mortatlity over a wide geographic area, including countries, continents or even the whole globe and causing significant economic, social and even political disruption. It is underlined that the pandemics of infectious diseases of animals will continue to increase because of the growing transboundary trade and transportation of animals and animal products and increasing international contacts of humans. In the control of pandemics of humans, particularly, for example of influenza of the years 1918-1919, and also in 1968, but also pandemics of other ethiology occurring in humans the World Health Organisation (WHO) took the leading position. In case of avian and swine influenza as well as in pandemics occurring in animals, the leading position in prevention, control and eradication belongs to World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) supported by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. The main part of this paper is devoted to the characterization of the pandemic of African Swine Fever (ASF) which started in 2007 in Georgia, transmitted from Africa. Countries, where ASF virus (ASFV) was confirmed by laboratory tests are mentioned in the text of this paper. They are located in Eurasia. Among them are countries, being members of the European Union (EU). The routs of spreading of the ASFV in wild boar and swine are given, the methods of ASF control in EU were presented. The main vector of the ASF spread in EU, is the wild boar and the humans. Future distribution of the pandemia spread of ASFV is difficult to predict. Veterinary services of many countries, practitioners and scientists are working intensively to understand epidemiology of ASF and to stop the spread of ASFV.
Author Zygmunt Pejsak (VET)
Zygmunt Pejsak,,
- University Centre for Veterinary Medicine UJ-UR
, Marian Truszczyński
Marian Truszczyński,,
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, Kazimierz Tarasiuk (VET)
Kazimierz Tarasiuk,,
- University Centre for Veterinary Medicine UJ-UR
Journal seriesMedycyna Weterynaryjna, [Medycyna Weterynaryjna], ISSN 0025-8628, (N/A 20 pkt)
Issue year2019
No75 (2)
Pages88-92
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in EnglishPandemia, African Swine Fever
ASJC Classification3400 General Veterinary
DOIDOI:10.21521/mw.6186
URL http://www.medycynawet.edu.pl/images/stories/pdf/pdf2019/022019/2019026186.pdf
Internal identifierWET/2019/1
Languagepl polski
Score (nominal)20
Score sourcejournalList
Publication indicators Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2016 = 0.25; WoS Impact Factor: 2018 = 0.28 (2) - 2018=0.257 (5)
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