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Risk assessment for veterinary biologicals =

Risk assessment for veterinary biologicals =

L"évaluation des risques appliquée aux produits biologiques à usage vétérinaire = La evaluaciónde riesgos aplicada a los productos biológicos de uso veterinario

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Published by Office International des Épizooties in Paris .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcoordinated by E.G.S. Osborne & J.W. Glosser.
SeriesRevue scientifique et technique -- Vol. 14, no. 4
ContributionsOsborne, E. G. S., Glosser, G. W., International Office of Epizootics., International Symposium on Risk Assessment for Veterinary Biologicals: the Next Step in International Harmonisation, (1st : 1994 : Arlington, VA.)
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Open LibraryOL20648417M
ISBN 109290443987
OCLC/WorldCa34503526

risk assessment is presented that concludes that the likelihood of direct harm to human health would be high if non-reassortant H5 or H7 viruses with multiple basic amino acids at the haemagglutinin (HA) cleavage site and high in vivo pathogenicity are used for vaccine production. Such viruses could also pose a signifi cant risk to animal health. Stationary Veterinary Clinic Biological Risk Management March equine and human population is a potent example of an emerging infectious disease that has now become established in the United States. Risk Assessment Assessing risk is evaluating the likelihood of disease introduction along with the estimation of its potential consequences.

The risk assessment underlying the present update took account of a number of characteristics of H7N9 virus that were known or imputed from preliminary data at the time of writing. The general guidance in this document should be supplemented by specific risk assessments that should be .   The standardized assessment approach enables BTRP to track progress over time and measure its impact in strengthening public health and veterinary systems around the world, thus contributing to the global effort to mitigate biological threats and, ultimately, reduce the spread of human and animal diseases, decrease loss of human and animal life.

specific biological risk. A laboratory-specific biological risk assessment and associated laboratory risk control decisions based on the country or region‟s animal health strategy, including consideration of endemic disease status, environment, animal movement, trade arrangements, and geopolitical borders, tends to be both more.   Risk assessment is a well-established independent scientific process, which, together with risk management and risk communication, constitutes risk analysis (see Fig. ).It is considered important to separate the activities of risk assessment from those of risk management to ensure the scientific independence of the assessment, since risk management and communication are also .


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Health risk assessment is a specific process to estimate the likelihood that animals, humans or. Get this from a library. Risk assessment for veterinary biologicals: First International Symposium on Risk Assessment for Veterinary Biologicals: the Next Step in International Harmonisation, Arlington, Virginia (United States of America), December summaries and conclusions.

[International Office of Epizootics.;]. quantitative risk assessment approach which is used within the broader context of risk analysis (i.e. risk assessment, risk management and risk communication) to develop recommendations for the field release of veterinary biologicals.

The general regulatory framework for the licensing of veterinary biologicals in Canada is also presented. Suitable, harmonised risk assessment techniques will have to be developed. A detailed examination of techniques applicable to veterinary biologicals has been provided by Osborne et al.

(4). Harmonised risk assessment techniques will help countries to agree on the definition of critical points, on the level of acceptable risk and.

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