Emerging Viral Diseases of Southeast Asia (Issues in Infectious Diseases)



S. K. Lal, "Emerging Viral Diseases of Southeast Asia (Issues in Infectious Diseases)"
Publisher: S. Karger A. G. | 2006 | ISBN 3805581750 | File type: PDF | 150 pages | 2 mb

Infectious viral diseases have always afflicted mankind and always will. New infectious diseases emerge as microbes adapt to new hosts and new environments. Asia has been a breeding ground for viruses where severe epidemics of dengue hemorrhagic fever (1954) and a variety of flu pandemics have originated such as the Asian flu (H2N2; 1957), the Hong-Kong flu (H3N2; 1968), and the Russian flu (H1N1; 1977). During the last 10 years, however, very dangerous viruses have repeatedly originated from Southeast Asia, e.g. the avian flu (H5N1) in Hong-Kong (1997), Nipah virus encephalitis in Malaysia (1998,) and, above all, the SARS outbreak from Southern China (2002).

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