Canine babesiosis and tick activity monitored using companion animal electronic health records in the UK

@inproceedings{SnchezVizcano2016CanineBA,
  title={Canine babesiosis and tick activity monitored using companion animal electronic health records in the UK},
  author={Fernando S{\'a}nchez-Vizca{\'i}no and M. F. Wardeh and Bethaney Heayns and David A. Singleton and John S P Tulloch and Laurie D. McGinley and Jenny Newman and Peter J M Noble and M. J. S. Day and Philip A H Jones and Alan Radford},
  booktitle={The Veterinary record},
  year={2016}
}
Recent publications highlighting autochthonous Babesia canis infection in dogs from Essex that have not travelled outside the UK are a powerful reminder of the potential for pathogen emergence in new populations. Here the authors use electronic health data collected from two diagnostic laboratories and a network of 392 veterinary premises to describe canine Babesia cases and levels of Babesia concern from January 2015 to March 2016, and the activity of ticks during December 2015-March 2016. In… CONTINUE READING
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