Emergency Vector Control After Natural Disaster, Issue 419
Pan American Health Organization, Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Regional Office of the World Health Organization, 1982 - Emergency sanitation - 98 pages
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The General Problem
Vector and Rodent Related Diseases
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Aedes aegypti aerial Aerial applications aerosol Agricultural aircraft American Health Organization animals anopheline Application Pesticide Application Remarks areas assessed Avenue bait bites and annoyance breeding sites Cable Chemical chlorpyrifos collections consultant control measures control of Aedes control operations control personnel Culex dengue diazinon dichlorvos dosages effective emergency entomological Entomologist epidemic equipment evaluation fenitrothion fever flies g/ha Geneva Germany Telex habitats houses insecticides Larval Control larval habitats larvicide lice light traps lindane malaria malathion Manual maps McLaughlin Gormley King methods methoprene naled natural disaster Ovitraps P.O. Box paddle Pan American Health pest mosquitoes Pesticide and Application pirimiphos-methyl population densities postdisaster potential problems propoxur public health pyrethrins Residual sprays resmethrin Road Kansas City rodent control rodenticides ronnel routine space spray species surveys Telex temephos thermal fogging tion transmission treatment Type of Application ultra-low volume application vector and rodent vector control staff vector-borne disease World Health Organization