PATHOGEN REDUCTION OPTIONS IN SLAUGHTERHOUSES AND METHODS FOR EVALUATING THEIR ECONOMIC EFFECTIVENESS

@inproceedings{Narrod1999PATHOGENRO,
  title={PATHOGEN REDUCTION OPTIONS IN SLAUGHTERHOUSES AND METHODS FOR EVALUATING THEIR ECONOMIC EFFECTIVENESS},
  author={Clare Narrod and Scott A. Malcolm and Michael Ollinger and Tanya M. Roberts},
  year={1999}
}
Foodborne pathogens cause millions of human illnesses annually, many resulting in death or chronic illnesses. Universal methods to evaluate microbial risks and their associated costs have yet to be developed. Typically, risk analysis and economic analysis have been carried out independently. In this paper, we link a risk analysis model based on typical slaughterhouse practices with a decision model to evaluate the cost effectiveness of various combinations of pathogen reducing technologies. We… CONTINUE READING

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