Control of Human Parasitic Diseases
Academic Press, Jun 15, 2006 - Medical - 690 pages
Control of parasitic infections of humans has progressed rapidly over the last three decades. Such advances have resulted from focal disease control efforts based on historically effective interventions to new approaches to control following intensive research and pilot programs. Control of Human Parasitic Diseases focuses on the present state of control of the significant human parasitic infectious diseases.
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Chapter 2 Developing the Active Directory Infrastructure Designs
Chapter 3 Developing the Network Services Design
Chapter 4 Designing the Logical Components
Chapter 5 Name Resolution
Chapter 6 Remote Access and Address Management
Chapter 7 Service Sizing and Placement
Chapter 8 The Physical Design
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Page 1 - Epidemiologie vulnerability (eg, existence of nonhuman reservoir; ease of spread; natural cyclical decline in prevalence; naturally induced immunity; ease of diagnosis; and duration of any relapse potential). • Effective, practical intervention available (eg, vaccine or other primary preventive, curative treatment, and means of eliminating vector).