Comparative Analysis of Particularly Dangerous Infections Manifestations in the Territory of the Saratov and West-Kazakhstan Regions with a View to Advanced Epidemiological Risk Assessment

A. K. Grazhdanov, O. I. Kozhanova, A. V. Toporkov, T. Z. Ayazbaev, N. I. Matveeva, I. G. Karnaukhov, N. V. Popov, A. S. Razdorsky, G. N. Arkhipova
2013 Problems of Particularly Dangerous Infections  
On the model of the Saratov and West-Kazakhstan regions carried out is the analysis of the current epidemiological and epizootiological situations in the cross-border territories of the two states: the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan. Depicted is not only the common area of natural-focal territories of old-established infections, such as tularemia, but an intense outspread and formation of natural foci of the emerging infectious diseases too: Crimean hemorrhagic and West Nile
more » ... agic and West Nile fevers. This phenomenon assumes a great deal of importance due to dissemination and circulation of previously unknown to these areas infections concurrently in the two neighboring regions. Specified uniformity of epidemiological public risks in the bordering regions testifies to the need for development and implementation of the integrated system for prevention and response to the emergency situations in the sphere of sanitary-epidemiological welfare of the population in the territory of both of them.
doi:10.21055/0370-1069-2013-4-16-23 fatcat:noikgefwwrdpnmtwc4l5lb3ofe