3 Must-reads on vector borne diseases
Take a closer look at these informative articles covering the latest research surrounding the management and prevention of VBDs in humans and animals alike.
To better combat the influx of vector borne diseases (VBDs), veterinary professionals should have a generalized understanding of the local tick and tick-borne diseases within their geographic area, and actively communicate these threats to clients. To help brush up your knowledge on VBDs, we have selected 3 informative articles chock full of insightful tips and tricks when diagnosing, treating, and preventing these diseases.
From how the One Health movement is making strides in combatting communicable diseases to VBDs prevalence in dogs presenting with proteinuria—there is something for everyone. Happy reading!
- How One Health is forging a better future: Discover how One Health is opening up new doors in disease prevention, surveillance, monitoring, and control worldwide, plus the variations between zoonotic diseases and VBDs.
- Vector-borne disease prevalence in dogs with proteinuria: A study attempts to explain the potential associations between vector borne diseases and proteinuria within the southeastern US canine population.
- Tickborne disease surveillance: An adaptive approach: Find out how investigators mapped out a novel framework for seeking out the influx of ticks and the diseases they bring to new geographic locations.