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Effects of Extreme Weather Events on Infectious Diseases Which Experienced During El Niño

Year 2012, Volume 4, Issue 2, 55 - 64, 01.10.2012
https://doi.org/10.1501/Csaum_0000000065

Abstract

During El Nino, in some areas of world excessive rains and floods takes place and has encountered long-lasting drought. In this study, the effects of infectious diseases which extreme whether events such as; hurricanes, typhoons, floods and prolonged droughts which is occurs after El Nino, are mentioned. Thus for it is investigated in this study importance of spreading infectious diseases between pathogens, vectors and human behaviour

References

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  • Curriero, F.(2001) “The Association Between Extreme Precipitation and Waterborne Disease Outbreaks in The United States, 1948–1994”, American Journal Of Public Health,Sayı: 91(8), s:1194–1199.
  • Checkley, W. (2000)“Effects of El Niño and Ambient Temperature on Hospital Admissions for Diarrhoeal Diseases in Peruvian Children”. Lancet, Sayı:355.
  • Cummings, D.A.(2004) “Travelling waves in the occurrence of dengue haemorrhagic fever in Thailand”, Nature, 427, s:344.
  • Diaz, H.F. ve P.D. Jones (2000) Climate and Human Health Linkages on Multiple Timescales: Climate And Climatic İmpacts Through The Last 1000 Years, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.
  • Gagnon, A.(2002 )“The El Niño Southern Oscillation and Malaria Epidemics in South America”. International Journal of Biometeorology,Sayı:46, s:81–89.
  • Glass, G., J. Cheek, J.A. Patz, T.M. Shields, T.J. Doyle, D.A. Throughman, D.K. Hunt, R.E. Ensore, K.L. Gage, C. Ireland, C.J. Peters, and R. Bryan (2000) “Predicting High Risk Areas for Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome with Remotelysensed Data” The Four Corners Outbreak, Sayı: 6, s:238–247.
  • Garnham,P.C.C.(1945) “Malaria Epidemicsat Exceptionally High Altitudes İn Kenya”, British Medical Jurnal, ii, s:45-47.
  • Gill, C.A.(1920) “The Relationship of Malaria and Rainfall”, Indian Journal of Medical Research,7(3): s:618–632.
  • Glantz, M.H.(1996) Currents Of Change: El Niño’s İmpact on Climate and Society, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press (WHO, Climate Change and Human Health: Risk and Responses, 2003, s:84’deki alıntı)
  • Gubler, D.J.(1997) Dengue and dengue hemorrhagic fever: its history and resurgence as a global public health problem. In: Dengue And Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever, Gubler, D.J. & Kuno, G. New York, USA, CAB International: 1–22.
  • Hamilton, A.C,(1989) The climate of the East Usambaras. İn: Forest Conservation in the East Usambaras, Switzerland, s: 99- 102
  • Hay, S.I.(2000) “Etiology Of İnterepidemic Periods of Mosquito-Borne Disease”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Sayı: 97(16), s: 9335–9339
  • Hjelle, B. and G.E. Glass (2000) “Outbreak of hantavirus infection in the Four Corners region of the United States in the wake of the 1997–1998 El Niño-Southern Oscillation” Journal Of Infectious Diseases, Sayı:181(5), s:1569–1573.
  • IPCC (2007) Human Health, Executive Summary, Working Group II: Impacts, Adaptation and vulnerability: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ix, s:976.
  • IPCC(1996) Climate Change 2001: IPCC Third Assessment Report, Geneva, Switzerland, 2001.
  • Lindsay,S.W. ve M.H.Birley, “Climate Change And Malaria Transmission”, Annals Of Tropical Medicine And Parasitology, 90, s: 573-588.
  • Kovats R. (1999)El Niño and Health, Geneva, Switzerland, WHO.
  • Mills, J.N. ve Childs, J.E.(1998)Ecologic Studies Of Rodent Reservoirs: Their Relevance for Human Health, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Sayı: 4, s: 529–537.
  • Mills, J.N.(1999) “Long-Term Studies of Hantavirus Reservoir Populations in the Southwestern United States: Rationale, Potential and Methods” Emerging Infectious Diseases, sayı:5, s: 95–101.
  • Mccabe G.J ve J.E. Bunnell(2005) “Precipitation and the occurrence of Lyme disease in the northeastern United States”, Vector Borne Zoonotic Diseases, Sayı: 4(2), s:143.
  • Mcdonald, G.(1957)The epidemiology and control of malaria, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press
  • Ogden N.H, L.R. Lindsay, G. Beauchamp (2004) “Investigation of relationships between temperature and developmental rates of tick Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) in the laboratory and field” J. Med. Entomol, Sayı: 41(4), s:622–633.
  • PAHO (Pan American Health Organization)(1998),Health in the Americas, Vol:1, Washington, DC, USA, s:347.
  • Parmenter, R.R.(1997)“Incidence of Plague Associated with İncreased Winter-Spring Precipitation in New Mexico” American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Sayı: 61, 1999, s: 814–821.
  • Schmaljohn, C. and B. Hjelle, “Hantaviruses: A Global Disease Problem” Emerging Infectious Diseases, Sayı: 3, s: 95–104.
  • Salazar-Lindo, E.(1997) “El Niño and Diarrhoea and Dehydration in Lima, Peru” Lancet, Sayı:350, s:1597–1598
  • Singh, R.B.K.(2001a) “The İnfluence of Climate Variation and Change on Diarrhoeal Disease in the Pacific Islands. Environmental Health Perspectives, Sayı: 109, s:155-159.
  • Singh, R.B.K. (2001b) “The İnfluence of Climate Variation And Change on Diarrhoeal Disease in The Pacific Islands”, Environmental Health Perspectives,Sayı: 109, 2001, s:155–159.
  • Thiermann, A.B.(1980)”Canine leptospirosis in Detroit” American Journal of Veterinary Research, Sayı: 41, s:1659–1661.
  • Wenzel, R.P.(1994) “A New Hantavirus İnfection İn North America” New England Journal of Medicine,Sayı: 330, s:1004– 1005.
  • WHO (2003)Climate Change and Human Health: Risk and Responses, Editors: A.J. McMichael, D.H. Campbell- Lendrum,C.F. Corvalán, K.L. Ebi, A.K. Githeko,J.D. Scheraga,A. Woodward, Geneva, s:79.
  • WHO(1999),El Nino And Health, Protection of the Human Environment Task Force on Climate and Health, Geneva, 1999, s: V.
  • WHO(1998) “El Niño and its health impacts” Weekly Epidemiological Record 20, 1998, s:148–152.
  • WHO (2009) Malaria WHO Fact Sheet No.94, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.

El Nino döneminde yaşanan ekstrem hava olaylarının bulaşıcı hastalıklar üzerindeki etkileri

Year 2012, Volume 4, Issue 2, 55 - 64, 01.10.2012
https://doi.org/10.1501/Csaum_0000000065

Abstract

El Nino döneminde Dünyanın bazı bölgelerinde ekstrem yağışlar ve seller meydana gelirken, bazı bölgelerinde ise uzun süren kuraklıkların yaşandığı görülmektedir. Bu çalışmada El Nino döneminde yaşanan kasırga, tayfun, seller ve uzun süren kuraklıklar gibi ekstrem hava olaylarının bulaşıcı hastalıkları hangi yönde etkilediği konu edilmiştir. Bunun için patojen ve vektörler ile insan davranışlarının bulaşıcı hastalıkların yayılmasındaki önemi incelenmiştir

References

  • Brownstein J.S. ve T.R. Holford, D. A. Fish (2003) “Climate-Based Model Predicts The Spatial Distribution Of Lyme Disease Vector Ixodes Scapularis İn The United States” Environ Health Perspective, Sayı:111, s:7.
  • Bradley, D.J. (1993)”Human Tropical Diseases in a Changing Environment”, Environmental Change and Human Health. Ciba Foundation Symposium, s:175: 146–162
  • Brown, V., Epidemic of Malaria in North-Eastern Kenya, Lancet,Sayı: 352, 1998, s: 1356–1357.
  • Chandler, J.A, and R.B., Highton (1975) “The Succession of Mosquitoes Species in Rice Fields Rice Fields in Western Kenya”, Bulletin Ofentomological Research, 65, 295-302
  • Curriero, F.(2001) “The Association Between Extreme Precipitation and Waterborne Disease Outbreaks in The United States, 1948–1994”, American Journal Of Public Health,Sayı: 91(8), s:1194–1199.
  • Checkley, W. (2000)“Effects of El Niño and Ambient Temperature on Hospital Admissions for Diarrhoeal Diseases in Peruvian Children”. Lancet, Sayı:355.
  • Cummings, D.A.(2004) “Travelling waves in the occurrence of dengue haemorrhagic fever in Thailand”, Nature, 427, s:344.
  • Diaz, H.F. ve P.D. Jones (2000) Climate and Human Health Linkages on Multiple Timescales: Climate And Climatic İmpacts Through The Last 1000 Years, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.
  • Gagnon, A.(2002 )“The El Niño Southern Oscillation and Malaria Epidemics in South America”. International Journal of Biometeorology,Sayı:46, s:81–89.
  • Glass, G., J. Cheek, J.A. Patz, T.M. Shields, T.J. Doyle, D.A. Throughman, D.K. Hunt, R.E. Ensore, K.L. Gage, C. Ireland, C.J. Peters, and R. Bryan (2000) “Predicting High Risk Areas for Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome with Remotelysensed Data” The Four Corners Outbreak, Sayı: 6, s:238–247.
  • Garnham,P.C.C.(1945) “Malaria Epidemicsat Exceptionally High Altitudes İn Kenya”, British Medical Jurnal, ii, s:45-47.
  • Gill, C.A.(1920) “The Relationship of Malaria and Rainfall”, Indian Journal of Medical Research,7(3): s:618–632.
  • Glantz, M.H.(1996) Currents Of Change: El Niño’s İmpact on Climate and Society, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press (WHO, Climate Change and Human Health: Risk and Responses, 2003, s:84’deki alıntı)
  • Gubler, D.J.(1997) Dengue and dengue hemorrhagic fever: its history and resurgence as a global public health problem. In: Dengue And Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever, Gubler, D.J. & Kuno, G. New York, USA, CAB International: 1–22.
  • Hamilton, A.C,(1989) The climate of the East Usambaras. İn: Forest Conservation in the East Usambaras, Switzerland, s: 99- 102
  • Hay, S.I.(2000) “Etiology Of İnterepidemic Periods of Mosquito-Borne Disease”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Sayı: 97(16), s: 9335–9339
  • Hjelle, B. and G.E. Glass (2000) “Outbreak of hantavirus infection in the Four Corners region of the United States in the wake of the 1997–1998 El Niño-Southern Oscillation” Journal Of Infectious Diseases, Sayı:181(5), s:1569–1573.
  • IPCC (2007) Human Health, Executive Summary, Working Group II: Impacts, Adaptation and vulnerability: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ix, s:976.
  • IPCC(1996) Climate Change 2001: IPCC Third Assessment Report, Geneva, Switzerland, 2001.
  • Lindsay,S.W. ve M.H.Birley, “Climate Change And Malaria Transmission”, Annals Of Tropical Medicine And Parasitology, 90, s: 573-588.
  • Kovats R. (1999)El Niño and Health, Geneva, Switzerland, WHO.
  • Mills, J.N. ve Childs, J.E.(1998)Ecologic Studies Of Rodent Reservoirs: Their Relevance for Human Health, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Sayı: 4, s: 529–537.
  • Mills, J.N.(1999) “Long-Term Studies of Hantavirus Reservoir Populations in the Southwestern United States: Rationale, Potential and Methods” Emerging Infectious Diseases, sayı:5, s: 95–101.
  • Mccabe G.J ve J.E. Bunnell(2005) “Precipitation and the occurrence of Lyme disease in the northeastern United States”, Vector Borne Zoonotic Diseases, Sayı: 4(2), s:143.
  • Mcdonald, G.(1957)The epidemiology and control of malaria, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press
  • Ogden N.H, L.R. Lindsay, G. Beauchamp (2004) “Investigation of relationships between temperature and developmental rates of tick Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) in the laboratory and field” J. Med. Entomol, Sayı: 41(4), s:622–633.
  • PAHO (Pan American Health Organization)(1998),Health in the Americas, Vol:1, Washington, DC, USA, s:347.
  • Parmenter, R.R.(1997)“Incidence of Plague Associated with İncreased Winter-Spring Precipitation in New Mexico” American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Sayı: 61, 1999, s: 814–821.
  • Schmaljohn, C. and B. Hjelle, “Hantaviruses: A Global Disease Problem” Emerging Infectious Diseases, Sayı: 3, s: 95–104.
  • Salazar-Lindo, E.(1997) “El Niño and Diarrhoea and Dehydration in Lima, Peru” Lancet, Sayı:350, s:1597–1598
  • Singh, R.B.K.(2001a) “The İnfluence of Climate Variation and Change on Diarrhoeal Disease in the Pacific Islands. Environmental Health Perspectives, Sayı: 109, s:155-159.
  • Singh, R.B.K. (2001b) “The İnfluence of Climate Variation And Change on Diarrhoeal Disease in The Pacific Islands”, Environmental Health Perspectives,Sayı: 109, 2001, s:155–159.
  • Thiermann, A.B.(1980)”Canine leptospirosis in Detroit” American Journal of Veterinary Research, Sayı: 41, s:1659–1661.
  • Wenzel, R.P.(1994) “A New Hantavirus İnfection İn North America” New England Journal of Medicine,Sayı: 330, s:1004– 1005.
  • WHO (2003)Climate Change and Human Health: Risk and Responses, Editors: A.J. McMichael, D.H. Campbell- Lendrum,C.F. Corvalán, K.L. Ebi, A.K. Githeko,J.D. Scheraga,A. Woodward, Geneva, s:79.
  • WHO(1999),El Nino And Health, Protection of the Human Environment Task Force on Climate and Health, Geneva, 1999, s: V.
  • WHO(1998) “El Niño and its health impacts” Weekly Epidemiological Record 20, 1998, s:148–152.
  • WHO (2009) Malaria WHO Fact Sheet No.94, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.

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Publication Date October 1, 2012
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APA Akalın, M. (2012). El Nino döneminde yaşanan ekstrem hava olaylarının bulaşıcı hastalıklar üzerindeki etkileri . Ankara Üniversitesi Çevrebilimleri Dergisi , 4 (2) , 55-64 . DOI: 10.1501/Csaum_0000000065
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Vancouver Akalın M. El Nino döneminde yaşanan ekstrem hava olaylarının bulaşıcı hastalıklar üzerindeki etkileri. Ankara Üniversitesi Çevrebilimleri Dergisi. 2012; 4(2): 55-64.
IEEE M. Akalın , "El Nino döneminde yaşanan ekstrem hava olaylarının bulaşıcı hastalıklar üzerindeki etkileri", Ankara Üniversitesi Çevrebilimleri Dergisi, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 55-64, Oct. 2012, doi:10.1501/Csaum_0000000065