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For Candice Alcayde, from the Philippines , who gave birth during the COVID-19 pandemic, skin-to-skin contact was very important.  After Candice Alcayde’s baby was delivered with a Caesarean section, he was immediately dried thoroughly per EENC clinical protocol, then put in skin-to-skin contact with Candice. (...) Borrero “After undergoing a stressful caesarean section, the skin-to-skin contact helped me and my baby relax and calm down. (...) “I was able to experience 90 minutes of skin-to-skin contact with my baby. Having a doctor who supported skin-to-skin contact, especially at this time, made all the difference.”
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Score: 1093103 - https://www.who.int/australia/...rove-maternal-and-newborn-care
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PowerPoint Presentation 1 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 1 Epidemiology of LSD Blagojcho Tabakovski DVM, Head of Unit for Animal Health Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 2 • Agent • Impact • Clinical sings • Differential diagnostics • Transmission • Vectors • Diagnostics • Vaccine • Challenges Content of the presentation 2 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 3 • Lumpy skin disease virus belongs to the Capripoxvirus-genus within the Poxviridae-family) (Sheeppox virus and Goatpox virus) • Vector-borne, haematophagus arthropod vectors (flies, ticks), transmission is mechanical • Spread with very low abundances of vectors may occur, thus direct and/or indirect transmission (fomites) may occur • Stable virus, survives well in the environment protected from sunlight, in scabs, for up to six months, survival in dried hides of infected animals for up to 18 days, detectable in animal secretions (e.g. ocular, nasal discharge) up to at least 15 days post infection • Most disinfectants are effective • All infected animals can transmit the virus; ~50 % infected animals develop generalised skin lesions Agent Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 4 • Morbidity rate varies between 5 to 45% and mortality rate usually remains below 10% • Sharp drop in milk yield and secondary mastitis, infertility and abortions, sterility in breeding bulls, reduced weight gain and permanently damaged skins and hides • Long recovery period and severely affected animals may not regain the same level of production as before infection • Restrictions to the trade of live cattle and their products • Costly control and eradication measures – Total or partial culling of infected herds and compensation to farmers – Large-scale vaccination campaigns – Active clinical/virological/serological surveillance post-outbreak • Indirect costs due to the compulsory movement restrictions of cattle (vaccinated/unvaccinated) from affected regions for trade or slaughter Impact 3 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 5Element for transmission of virus of LSD Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 6 • Incubation time varies form 4-7 days up to 5 weeks • High fever (40-41°C), stop eating and giving milk – start of viraemic stage • Easily noticed in dairy cattle – not noticed in free-ranging beef cattle • Markedly enlarged lymph nodes (particularly prescapular and precrural) • Skin lesions start to develop following days - often in many animals at the same time • Salivation, eye and nasal discharge due to the ulcerative lesions inside the mouth, also in nasal and ocular mucous membranes • Later swellings in the leg and lameness may be detected • Oedema of the dewlap • Notice that not all affected animals show clinical signs although majority of them develop at least short-lasting viraemia Clinical sings 4 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 7 • Severe cases are highly characteristic and easy to recognize • Early stages and mild cases difficult to recognize even for the most experienced vets • In dairy cattle versus free-ranging beef cattle • By the time severe cases are detected in the free-ranging herds the virus has already been circulating for weeks • After a quiet winter period outbreaks may start again in spring time when skin lesions are well hidden under a long winter coat – difficult to detect without palpating the skin Early detection? Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 8 • Circular skin lesions of 1 to 5 cm in diameter (sometimes larger) • Mild cases may show only a few lesions or lesions may cover the entire body in severely infected animals • Within one to two weeks the top of the lesion forms a scab which then sloughs off, leaving a raw ulcer, prone to fly strike • In some cases, the lesions remain for long Skin lesions 5 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 9Clinical sings Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 10Clinical sings 6 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 11Clinical sings Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 12Clinical sings 7 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 13Clinical sings Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 14Clinical sings 8 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 15LSD or not? NOT Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 16LSD or not?
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Score: 1093002.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ments/events2017/LSD_TTT/8.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation 1 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 1 Preparation of a strong LSD contingency plan Session 1: Contingency planning, risk management and communication Tsviatko Alexandrov DVM, PhD, FAO International consultant Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 2 We do not want to see this anymore! (...) 9 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 17LSD or not LSD? Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 18LSD or not LSD?
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Score: 1092486.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../LSD_bp/d1/Alexandrov_plan.pdf
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Demand for raw hides and skins IV. TRADE V. MAIN PROBLEMS AND DEVELOPMENT ISSUES I. (...) Hides and skins are primarily produced as by-products of the meat industry. (...) There is increasing interest in exotic skins from game animals, reptiles, fish, etc., in addition to the traditional source of hides and skins from farm animals.
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Score: 1092129.7 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/Bodies/CCP/hs/98/w9560e.htm
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Skin NTDs At least ten of the diseases included in WHO’s list of NTDs present with changes on the skin before other changes occur in the internal organs or physical disabilities develop. (...) Looking forward A broad range of research is required to improve control of skin NTDs. Scientific understanding of each skin disease, point-of-care diagnostics and better medicines are needed. (...) Strategies to control and manage skin NTDs are evolving with new knowledge and innovations.
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Score: 1091082.4 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...-detail-redirect/9789240051423
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Lumpy Skin Disease Contingency Plan Template & Emergency Vaccination Plan FAO.org english Русский FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia About us Regional Initiatives Knowledge sharing News Events Resources Programmes and projects Partners Lumpy Skin Disease Contingency Plan Template & Emergency Vaccination Plan (This template has been developed by FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia) Introduction FAO has developed two complementary documents/guides to aid veterinary services in their preparedness against lumpy skin disease (LSD), namely: A Lumpy Skin Disease Contingency Plan to guide veterinary services in the development of their own national LSD contingency plans Appendix I - A list of template questions for risk assessment for Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD)  Appendix II - Guide to Develop a Lumpy Skin Disease emergency vaccination plan to help central level veterinary services to develop an emergency vaccination plan for an outbreak (or anticipated outbreak) of LSD. (...) Appendix IV - Prevention measures against Lumpy Skin Disease An LSD contingency plan is as a key instrument for preparedness and control of a disease emergency. (...) The contingency plan should be revised and improved whenever necessary and at least once every five years. Documents Lumpy skin disease contingency plan template Guide to Develop a Lumpy Skin Disease emergency vaccination plan Links Lumpy Skin Disease prevention and control: a new challenge for European countries Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) field manual Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease (LSD) prevention and control strategies     Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                              Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1089216 - https://www.fao.org/europe/news/detail-news/en/c/1042420/
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ghsc06.PDF Chapter 6: SKIN CORROSION/IRRITATION DEFINITIONS 1. Dermal Irritation is the production of reversible damage of the skin following the application of a test substance for up to 4 hours. 2. (...) Sum of ingredients classified as: Concentration triggering classification of a mixture as: Skin Corrosive Irritant Category 1 (see note below) Category 2 Category 3 Skin Category 1 ≥5% ≥1% but < 5% Skin Category 2 ≥10% ≥1% but < 10% Skin Category 3 ≥10% (10 x Skin Category 1) + Skin Category 2 ≥10% ≥1% but <10% (10 x Skin Category 1) + Skin Category 2 + Skin Category 3 ≥10% Note to Table 3 : Only some authorities will use the subclasses of Skin Category 1 (corrosive). (...) In case the sum of the Skin Category 1A ingredients is < 5% but the sum of Skin Category ingredients 1A+1B is ≥ 5%, the mixture should be classified as Skin Category 1B.
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Score: 1088481.1 - https://www.ilo.org/legacy/eng...fework/ghs/ghsfinal/ghsc06.pdf
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Lumpy Skin Disease prevention and control: a new challenge for European countries | FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Русский FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia About us Regional Initiatives Knowledge sharing News Events Resources Programmes and projects Partners Lumpy Skin Disease prevention and control: a new challenge for European countries Tbilisi, Georgia, 11/11/2015 - 12/11/2015 Subregional workshop under GF-TADS Europe Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) is caused by the lumpy skin disease virus (i.e. capripoxvirus, poxviridae). (...) Presentations Role of vaccination and the evaluation of LSD control programmes Dr Nick Lyons Chronology of New Incursions Eran Raizman Application of zoning/ regionalisation for LSD in the EU Francesco Berlingieri Lumpy Skin Disease Dr. Even-Tov Boris Lumpy Skin Disease in Israel Dr. Even-Tov Boris LSD/Vvaccination programme Dr. Even-Tov Boris Lumpy skin disease (LSD) Dr. Yevgeny Khinich Нодулярный Дерматит (LSD) д-р Евгений Хинич Lumpy skin disease ( LSD ) – direct protection Dr.
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Score: 1088387.9 - https://www.fao.org/europe/events/detail-events/en/c/340350/
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Skin NTDs At least ten of the diseases included in WHO’s list of NTDs present with changes on the skin before other changes occur in the internal organs or physical disabilities develop. (...) Looking forward A broad range of research is required to improve control of skin NTDs. Scientific understanding of each skin disease, point-of-care diagnostics and better medicines are needed. (...) Strategies to control and manage skin NTDs are evolving with new knowledge and innovations.
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Score: 1088254.1 - https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/9789240051423
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11 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 21BT or not BT Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 22BT or not BT? (...) Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 24BT or not BT? (...) Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 26 14 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 27 Thanks for your attention
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Score: 1087720.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ments/events2017/LSD_TTT/7.pdf
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