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Priorizar las enfermedades zoonóticas en la interfaz de cerdos silvestres, animales domésticos y seres humanos. Materiales y métodos. Se utilizó el método de. 1Programa Nacional de Control de Enfermedades Zoonóticas. Ministerio de Salud de la Nación. 9 de julio (), CABA. Argentina. [email protected] gov. Enfermedades infecciosas: la descripción general exhaustiva comprende las causas generales, los tratamientos y la prevención de estas.

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Zoonosis con reservorios silvestres: Zoonoses with wildlife reservoirs: A threat to public health and the economy. The world is experiencing an increase in emergent infections as a result of anthropogenic changes of the biosphere and globalization. Global warming unrestricted exploitation of natural resources such as forests and fisheries, urbanization, human migration, and industrialization of animal husbandry cause environmental destruction and fragmentation. These changes of the biosphere favor local emergence of zoonoses from their natural biotopes and their interaction with domestic animals and human populations.

Subsequently, international commerce, human and animal migration and travel, enfermedadee the dissemination of these zoonotic pathogens worldwide.

Chile is undergoing an important degradation of many wild-life biotopes, affecting their diversity and contributing to the dissemination of zoonoses such as Chagas disease, Hantavirus, rabies, fish tapeworms, and marine vibriosis.

The intensification and accelerations of the anthropogenic deterioration of the biosphere in Chile, as results of the unrestricted utilization of natural resources and global climate enfermedaades, suggests that emergence of new zoonoses in the near future will lead to important public health and economic problems.

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Front Ecol Environ ; 3: Human benefits of animal interventions enfermerades zoonosis control. Recibido el 17 de abril, Aceptado el 3 de julio, Valhalla, NYU. Ecology; Epidemiology; Zoonoses L a presencia de enfermedades emergentes ha enfermedad infecciosa