Avian Influenza Viruses in Humans Lessons from Past Outbreaks

Li, Y., Linster, M., Mendenhall, I., et al. (2019). Avian Influenza Viruses in Humans: Lessons from Past Outbreaks. British Medical Bulletin. 132(1):81-95.
This article discusses clinical presentation of avian influenza infection, species barriers, susceptibility, and risk factors for human infection. It also contains information on zoonotic avian influenza A viruses, and details on specific subtypes. The authors discuss pandemic mitigation strategies such as close World Health Organization monitoring of select strains, vaccination, antiviral drugs, and the limitations of these measures.
Rate: Favorite:
You must Login to add a comment
  • This item doesn't have any comments

Enter your email address to receive important announcements and updates through the ASPR TRACIE Listserv.