Kırım Kongo Kanamalı Ateşinden Korunma

Kırım Kongo Kanamalı Ateşi (KKKA), eski Sovyetler Birliğinde ilk kez 1944’te Kırımda 200’ün üzerinde kişiyi etkileyen büyük bir salgın esnasında tanımlandı. KKKA hastalığının etkeni olan KKKA virüsü, Bunyaviridae ailesinin Nairovirus grubuna ait bir RNA virüsüdür. KKKA keneyle bulaşan bir hastalıktır ayrıca insandan insana enfekte vücut sıvılarına temasla geçiş olabilmektedir. KKKA virüsü hayvanlarda yaygın bir coğrafik dağılım göstermesine rağmen nadiren insan hastalığı olarak tanımlanmaktadır. Hastalık için tarım çalışanları ve hayvancılık ile uğraşanlar ile endemik bölgelerde görev yapan sağlık personeli yüksek risklidir. KKKA Afrika, Orta Doğu, Avrupa ve Batı Asya’yı içine alan dünyanın birçok bölgesinde görülen bir halk sağlığı sorunudur.

Prevent From Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF)was first clinically described in 1944 in Crimeaof the former Soviet Union during a large outbreak of over 200 cases.CCHF virus is a RNA virus, the agent ofCCHF,which is a member of the Nairovirus genus of the family Bunyaviridae. CCHF is a tickborne disease that may also be transmittedthrough person-to-person transmission by exposure to infected body fluids. Despite its widegeographic distribution in animals, CCHF virusis rarely associated with recognized human diseases. Agricultural workers, animal raisers andhealthcare personnel working in endemic regions are at high risk for the disease.CCHF is a public health problem in many regions of the world, including Africa, MiddleEast, Europe and Western Asia.

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