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Паразитология

John W. Ridley

"Parasitology for Medical and Clinical Laboratory Professionals"
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning | ISBN: 1435448162 | 2011 | 316 pages

PARASITOLOGY FOR MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIANS is the ideal text to guide readers in understanding the background, source, recovery, and identification of a well-representative range of organisms that commonly affect humans. This book organizes a complex set of topics into an understandable and easy-to-read format that will help readers learn more about parasitic infections and how to effectively collect and prepare samples, aiding in the diagnosis of parasitosis. The subtle differences between similar parasitic organisms are all explained in a simple and easily understood manner, increasing the likelihood that readers will be able to recover the parasites, prepare them for identification and, subsequently, ensure effective treatment.

Training Manual on Diagnosis of Intestinal Parasites: Tutor's Guide
Stationery Office Books | 2000 | ISBN: 0119858487 | 180 pages

This manual and the accompanying slide set have been developed to assist in the training of laboratory technicians and health workers in identifying medically relevant helminth eggs and larvae, and protozoal trophozoites and cysts.

Modelling Parasite Transmission and Control
Springer; 1st Edition | April 16, 2010 | ISBN-10: 1441960635 | 236 pages

It is clear that many fascinating problems still remain to be addressed in parasite transmission modelling, from better understanding of transmission processes and natural history of infection to investigating the impact of ecological and spatial scales, climate change, host immunity and social behaviour, parasite-host evolutionary dynamics and parasite community ecology on parasite transmission. This book captures some of the advances made in recent years and provides indications of ways forward for addressing these questions by shedding light on developments in conceptual frameworks and modelling tools as well as the emergence of new data forms for aiding model construction, testing and analysis. Another important advance has been the parallel development of robust computationally-intensive statistical methods to allow model testing and parameterization by aiding the fitting of models to complex data. This is an exciting area of work, which we believe will broaden the scope of mathematical modelling in investigating parasite transmission processes. In particular, we expect this advance will now allow modellers to begin the successful development and analysis of mechanistically-rich models of parasite transmission that will facilitate better integration of the variety of mechanisms increasingly recognized as important in simultaneously affecting transmission, including abiotic processes, trophic and evolutionary interactions, movement in space, and behaviour and even physiology of the individual. We foresee a continuing bright future for using mathematical modelling to clarify parasite transmission dynamics and address problems related to effective parasite control. Ultimately, through this improved application of models to research and management, we expect that parasite control would be an achievable goal bringing benefits to a vast number of our fellow human beings

Parasites and Infectious Disease: Discovery

Serendipity and Otherwise
Cambridge University Press; 1 edition | June 18, 2007 | ISBN-10: 0521858828 | 366 pages

This series of entertaining essays provides a unique insight into some of the key discoveries that have shaped the field of parasitology. Based on interviews with 18 of the world's leading parasitologists and epidemiologists, the stories of their contributions to discovery in contemporary parasitology and infectious disease biology are told. Taken together, the essays provide a historical account of the development of the field, serving as a bridge between these discoveries and current research. The book provides a real insight into the thought processes and approaches taken in generating break through scientific discoveries, ranging from immunology to ecology and from malaria and trypanosomiasis to schistosomiasis and Lyme disease. This engaging and lively introduction to discovery in parasitology will be of interest to all those currently working in the field and will also serve to set the scene for future generations of parasitologists.

David Molyneux, "Control of Human Parasitic Diseases" 
Publisher: Academic Press | ISBN: 0120317656 | edition 2007 | 691 pages

"This book is. not only a unique state-of-the-art sourcebook on parasitic disease control, but also a major prod to policy action." Jeffrey D. Sachs, from his Foreword
"With a new global focus on the control or elimination of neglected tropical diseases, there is a real need for a single collection of up to date information on this topic. This volume of Advances meets this need by featuring comprehensive reviews by noted experts on parasitic diseases of public health importance."
--Patrick J. Lammie, CDC/NCID/PD
"A wonderful contribution to health development based on highly relevant expertise and experience and compiled with the spirit of mutual learning for change"
--Marcel Tanner, Swiss Tropical Institute
"Here, in the words of experts in their respective fields, are the facts, here are the high-efficiency, low cost and sustainable solutions and, above all, here is a blueprint for future policies and opportunities that must be seized."
--Professor F. E. G. Cox, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Dictionary of Parasitology
CRC Press | June 24, 2005 | ISBN-10: 0415308550 | 408 pages

Although many books have been published on various aspects of human, animal, and plant parasitology, as well as the public health problems associated with parasites, none to date has offered a comprehensive glossary for those confronted with the discipline's exceptionally extensive terminology. To meet this need requires a dedicated text that can house the myriad entries that define all the basic principles and advanced nomenclature of parasitology.The Dictionary of Parasitology reflects current practice in all aspects of parasitology and includes spellings, punctuation, abbreviations, acronyms, symbols, nomenclature, prefixes, and suffixes. It covers the field of modern parasitology with concise, clear, and authoritative precision. The dictionary assigns entries of parasites to the primary divisions of parasitology: human, veterinary, plant, insect, or fish; although in many instances the area of interest may be wide-ranging.The dictionary provides the depth and breadth of knowledge that makes it both an informative and useful volume for beginners and experts in the field, as well as for writers and editors of scientific texts. Entries cover control measures, immunology, physiology, pharmacology, etc., and each are labeled according to the most appropriate area to which they relate.

Encyclopedia of Parasitology
Publisher: Springer | pages: 1573 | 2008 | ISBN: 3540489940

The third edition of the Encyclopedia of Parasitology contributes to these goals in several ways: the number of entries has been increased by about 30%, the content has been even more improved by adding more tables and figures. The extensive linking between definitions and essays facilitates information within a minimum of time. More than 40 international contributors, who are well known specialists in their fields, give a comprehensive review of all parasites and therapeutic strategies in veterinarian and human parasitology.

Peter L. Chiodini, Anthony H Moody, D. W. Manser

"Atlas of Medical Helminthology and Protozoology"
Churchill Livingstone | 2001-02-15 | ISBN: 0443062684 | 96 pages

This is a new and fully revised edition of Jeffrey and Leach: Atlas of Medical Helminthology and Protozoology. Helminths (worms) and similar parasites are a major medical problem in much of the world and perhaps the largest single cause of morbidity and mortality (eg malaria, elephantiasis, trypanosmiasis). The diagnosis of these conditions still largely rests on the microscopic examination of, for example, faeces. This atlas illustrates the different myriad of different organisms and how to identify them.

Abhay R. Satoskar
"Medical Parasitology"
Landes Bioscience | 2009 | ISBN: 1570596956 | 318 pages

Infections caused by parasites are still a major global health problem. Although parasitic infections are responsible for a significant morbidity and mortality in the developing countries, they are also prevalent in the developed countries. Early diagnosis and treatment of a parasitic infection is not only critical for preventing morbidity and mortality individually but also for reducing the risk of spread of infection in the community. This concise book gives an overview of critical facts for clinical and laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention of parasitic diseases which are common in humans and which are most likely to be encountered in a clinical practice. This book is a perfect companion for primary care physicians, residents, nurse practitioners, medical students, paramedics, other public health care personnel and as well as travelers.

S. K. Rai, S. Uga, N. Kataoka, T. Matsumura

"Atlas of Medical Parasitology"
Publisher: Kobe U. School of Medicine | 1996 | ISBN n/a | 78 pages

Inspite of tremendous advancement made in the field of infectious diseases during past, many problems still remain. Of the various types of infectious diseases, parasitic infections yet constitute one of the major public health problem particularly in developing countries in tropical and sub-tropical areas. Many people in these areas are suffering fr om one or more than one parasitic infections and their sequelae. This has been attributed to low socio-economic standards, poor sanitary facilities, Iow education level and lim ited diagnostic facilities. Rapid and unplanned urbanization has also been found to be associated with the increase of parasitoses. In addition, increasing international travel and business have also contributed to the spread of parasitic diseases in countries once considered to have no or very low rate of parasitic infections. Therefore, the importance of parasitic diseases once said to be confined in developing countries is now emerging in developed countries as well. This atlas has been prepared with an aim to provide a guide to the students of medical sciences and to newly qualified medical practitioners in diagnosing the parasitic diseases. In this atlas, a total of 167 photographs of more than 50 parasites of medical importance and some of the related clinical manifestations have been included. The parasites have been grouped as intestinal and urogenital, and blood and tissue parasites. Parasites like Echinococcus, Toxocara, Anisakis, Gnathostoma, and Spirometra are kept in the group of blood and tissue parasite as they are found in tissues in human. In addition, some of the ectoparasites have also been included. Brief recapitulatory introduction of parasite and respective caption for each of the photograph used have been given on the left. Scanning electron microscopic photographs of some of the parasites have also been included so as to provide an impression about the ultrafine surface structure of the parasites.

Larry Roberts, Jr., John Janovy
"Foundations of Parasitology, 8 edition" 
2008 | ISBN: 0073028274 | 728 pages

A parasitology text for biology and/or zoology students at the undergraduate level. Emphasizes principles with related information on the biology, physiology, morphology, and ecology of the major parasites of humans and domestic animals. This is not a diagnostic manual for medical students.

"Parasitology"

ed. by Mohammad Manjur Shah
InTeO | 2012 | ISBN: 9535101499 9789535101499 | 215 pages

This book is based on the findings of various studies performed by different authors, comprising reviews and original scientific papers. This book will be helpful to diverse audiences like biologists, zoologists, nematologists, parasitologists, microbiologists, medical doctors, pathologists as well as the molecular biologists, by providing them with a better understanding of the subject

Parasitology is an established discipline that covers a wide area of subjects, ranging from the basics (study of life cycle, ecology, epidemiology, taxonomy, biodiversity, etc) to the advanced and applied aspects (human and animal related, although control aspect remains the most important task).

Contents
Preface
Part 1 Medical Parasitology
1 Tools for Trans-Splicing Drug Interference Evaluation in Kinetoplastid
2 Innovation of the Parasitic Cycle of Coccidioides spp.
3 Biological Control of Parasites
4 Genotyping of Giardia Intestinalis Isolates from Dogs by Analysis of gdh, tpi. and bg Genes
5 Electrocardiography as a Diagnostic Method for Chagas Disease in Patients and Experimental Models
Part 2 Parasite Ecology, Evolution, Morphology, Epidemiology and Biodiversiy
6 Cestode Development Research in China: A Review
7 Soft Ticks as Pathogen Vectors: Distribution. Surveillance and Control
8 Parasitic Nematodes of some Insects from Manipur, India

Progress in Parasitology

Heinz Mehlhorn
2011 | 350 Pages | ISBN: 3642213952


Parasites threaten the health of animals and humans alike. Especially in times of increasing globalization and global warming, parasites can enlarge their “kingdom” by spreading. At the same time many of the existing medical products have become ineffective. As these products have been used for many decades, parasites have developed resistances, so that they have progressed in their fight for survival. Therefore it is obvious that humans must develop new methods to face these dangers. Thus parasitological knowledge increases daily and must be formulated to be accessible for as many parasitologists (veterinarians, physicians, biologists) as possible. Therefore it is necessary that reviews reflecting the present status of the progress in many fields of research be published. Therefore this book, published on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the German Society of Parasitology, compiles 18 reviews on recent “hot topics,” including a new vaccine against malarial parasites; severe diseases with poor chances of treatment (cryptosporidiosis, coccidiosis, theileriosis); vectors (mosquitoes, ticks) and their transmission activities; and fish parasites, including molecular insights into the sex of parasites with a focus on the survival abilities that made them so dangerous. These chapters provide detailed information for researchers, as well as for teachers and students in parasitology.

"Zoonosis"

Jacob Lorenzo-Morales
InTeO | 2012 | ISBN: 9535104797 9789535104797 | 447 pages

This book provides an insight on zoonosis and both authors and the editor hope that the work compiled in it would help to raise awareness and interest in this field. It should also help researchers, clinicians and other readers in their research and clinical usage.

Zoonotic diseases are mainly caused by bacterial, viral or parasitic agents although "unconventional agents" such as prions could also be involved in causing zoonotic diseases. Many of the zoonotic diseases are a public health concern but also affect the production of food of animal origin thus they could cause problems in international trade of animal-origin goods. A major factor contributing to the emergence of new zoonotic pathogens in human populations is increased contact between humans and animals.

Contents
Preface
Part 1 Managerial Epidemiology
1 Managerial Epidemiology and Zoonoses: Application of Managerial Epidemiology in Control of Zoonotic Disease in Bosnia and Herzegovina
2 Health Adjusted Life Years (HALY) - A Promising Measure to Estimate the Burden of Zoonotic Diseases on Human Health?
3 Sciences of Complexity and Chaos to Analyze Vectors and Zoonosis
4 Zoonotic Role of the Grasscutter
Part 2 Bacterial and Viral Zoonosis
5 Coxiella burnetii
6 Helicobacter - An Emerging New Zoonotic Pathogen
7 Bovine Tuberculosis in European Bison as Possible Zoonotic Impact in Poland
8 Anthrax
9 Brucellosis Vaccines: An Overview
10 Insights into Leptospirosis, a Neglected Disease
11 Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF)
12 Epidemiology, Surveillance and Laboratory Diagnosis of Leptospirosis in the WHO South-East Asia Region
Part 3 Protozoan Zoonosis
13 Toxoplasma gondii in Meat and Food Safety Implications - A Review
14 Major Role for CD8+T Cells in the Protection Against Toxoplasma gondii Following Dendritic Cell Vaccination
15 Visceral Leishmaniosis: An Old Disease with Continuous Impact on Public Health
Part 4 Zoonotic Nematoda
16 Zoonosis Caused by Baylisascaris procyonis
17 Angiostrongyliasis in the Americas
Part 5 Veterinary Zoonosis
18 Echinococcosis
19 Zoonotic Abortion in Herds: Etiology, Prevention and Control
20 Endoparasites with Zoonotic Potential in Domesticated Dogs
21 Gastrointestinal Parasites in Domestic Cats

Medical Entomology for Students by Mike Service
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1107668182 | ISBN-13: 9781107668188 | 324 pages

Despite numerous scientific investigations on vector-borne human infections such as malaria, Lyme disease and typhus these diseases continue to threaten human health. Understanding the role of vectors in disease transmission, and the most appropriate control strategies, is therefore essential.

This book provides information on the recognition, biology, ecology and medical importance of the arthropods that affect human health. The fifth edition of this popular textbook is completely updated and incorporates the latest strategies for controlling insects, ticks and mites. Numerous illustrations, with new colour photographs of some of the most important vectors, aid recognition. A glossary of entomological and epidemiological terms is included, along with a list of commonly used insecticides and their trade names. Clearly presented in a concise style, this text is aimed at students of medical entomology, tropical medicine, parasitology and pest control. It is also essential reading for physicians, health officials and community health workers.

Alan Gunn and Sarah Jane Pitt, "Parasitology: An Integrated Approach"
English | ISBN: 0470684240, 0470684232 | 2012 | 456 pages

 Parasitology: An Integrated Approach, provides a concise, student-friendly account of parasites and parasite relationships that is supported by case studies and suggestions for student projects. The book focuses strongly on parasite interactions with other pathogens and in particular parasite-HIV interactions, as well as looking at how host behaviour contributes to the spread of infections. There is a consideration of the positive aspects of parasite infections, how humans have used parasites for their own advantage and also how parasite infections affect the welfare of captive and domestic animals. The emphasis of Parasitology is on recent research throughout and each chapter ends with a brief discussion of future developments. This text is not simply an updated version of typical parastitology books but takes an integrated approach and explains how the study of parasites requires an understanding of a wide range of other topics from molecular biology and immunology to the interactions of parasites with both their hosts and other pathogens.


Human Parasitology, Fourth Edition by Burton J. Bogitsh, Clint E. Carter, Thomas N. Oeltmann
2012 | ISBN: 012415915X | English | 448 pages 

Human Parasitology emphasizes a medical perspective while incorporating functional morphology, physiology, biochemistry, and immunology to enhance appreciation of the diverse implications of parasitism. Bridging the gap between classical clinical parasitology texts and traditional encyclopedic treatises, Human Parasitology appeals to students interested in the medical aspects of parasitology and those who require a solid foundation in the biology of parasites. This 4e has been fully revised to integrate the most recent molecular discoveries about mosquitoes, ticks and other arthropods as vectors, as well as the most effective therapeutic regimens.

New to this Edition: . Features expanded coverage of the evolution of parasitism and an extensive update to immunology of parasite-host interactions . Offers an enhanced art program featuring life-cycle illustrations and additional SEM and TEM micrographs . New Host Immune Response section for each organism

Presents various parasites and examines how they interact with their hosts and respond to new treatments
Easy to read with photographs, diagrams, and clinical case pictures throughout
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