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Mosquito Borne Diseases

 
T V Sathe (Author) A T Sathe (Author) Jagtap Mahendra (Author)
Synopsis

Dengue, chikungunya, japanese encephalitis, filaria, yellow fever and malaria are mosquito borne diseases. Some of the disease are worst and harder than Cancer and AIDS. Many time no option is left for cure hence we realize, 'Prevention is better than cure'. In fact only prevention is left in our hand. Therefore, in the present text dengue, chikungunya, japanese encephalitis, filaria, yellow fever, enquine diseases and malaria have been emphasized with respect to historical account, distribution, pathogenesis, vectors, clinical symptoms, diagnosis and confirmatory tests, treatment, recent advances and vector control measures. This is unique attempt for information on all mosquito borne diseases of the world. Hence, we feel that the book will be stimulatory and useful guide to medical practitioners, malarialogist, entomologists, students, teachers, scientists and eminent workers in the field of healthcare and entomology.

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About the authors

T V Sathe

Dr. Sathe Tukaram Vithalrao [M.Sc., Ph.D., Sangit Visharad, IBT (Seri.), F.S.E.Sc., F.I.S.E.C.], Professor in Entomology, Department of Zoology, Department of Zoology, Shivaji University, Kolhapur has teaching experience of 22 years in entomology.  He is contributory teacher for M.Sc. courses in Department of Agrochemicals, Pest Management and Sericulture.  He has published 165 research papers and 22 books viz., Preet Patangachi (drama, 1981), Crop Protection from Insects (Marathi), Sericultural Cropo Protection (1998), Biological Pest Control (2000), Cotton Pests and Biocontrol Agents (2001), Insects Pest Predators (2001), Sericulture and Pest Management (2001), Agrochemicals and Pest Management (2003), Insect Predators and Pest Management (2003), Vermiculture and Organic Farming (2004), Basic Entomology (2005), Fundamentals of Beekeeping (2006), Forest Entomology: A Textbook (2008), etc.  He guided 15 Ph.D. students, completed 4 major research projects (from CSIR, UST, UGC).  He visited Canada (1988), Japan (1988), Thailand (2002, 2004), Spain (2005), France (2005), South Korea (2006), Nepal (2007) for academic work.  He is member of editorial board of several journals in India and involved in T.V. programming of butterflies and moths.  He has published several popular articles in daily newspapers and delivered talks through All India Radio.  He got several prestigious awards "Environmentalists of the Year-2003", "Bharat Jyoti Award-2006", "Jewel of India Award-2006", "Lifetime Education Achievement Award-2006", "Lifetime Achievement Award-2007", "International Gold Star Award-2007", "Eminent Citizen of India Award-2007" etc.  He also got fellowships from several scientific societies.

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A T Sathe

Dr. Asawari T. Sathe (M.B.B.S.) is working as Medical Officer in Civil Hospital Orus, dist. Singhudurg. She has actively participated in coferences and group discussions on healthcare. She is convenor of NESA District Environment Centre of Sindhudurg and published good number of research papers.

Jagtap Mahendra

Mr. Jagtap Mahendra (M.Sc., Ph.D. reg) is Techinician and zonal entamologist. National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme, Govt. of Maharashtra since last 12 years and Assistant Director Health Services (M), Kolhapur. His research topic is Systematics and molecular phylogeny of mosquitoes. He has published 11 research papers in international and national conferences and Journals. He is convenor of NESA Environment Centre of Satara.

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Bibliographic information

Title Mosquito Borne Diseases
Format Hardcover
Date published: 17.05.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788189972370
length x+342p., Illustrations; Figures; Tables; Maps; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.