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Publisher: Univ of Louisiana at Lafayette; First Edition edition (May 1, 1994)
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Louisiana History "Jo Ann Carrigan's history of yellow fever in Louisiana from 1796 through 1905 is a strong example. for those working in public health, epidemiology, or medical ethics, an informed acquaintance with the historical record can be both revealing and consoling.
Louisiana History "Jo Ann Carrigan's history of yellow fever in Louisiana from 1796 through 1905 is a strong example. The New England Journal of Medicine.
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A history of yellow fever in the state of Louisiana from the time of the disease's first appearance in 1796 until its eradication in 1905. University of Louisiana.
Published In. Journal of Southern History.
The evolutionary origins of yellow fever most likely lie in Africa. Phylogenetic analyses indicate that the virus originated from East or Central Africa, with transmission between primates and humans, and spread from there to West Africa. The virus as well as the vector Aedes aegypti, a mosquito species, were probably brought to the western hemisphere and the Americas by slave trade ships from Africa after the first European exploration in 1492.
The Saffron Scourge: A History of Yellow Fever in Louisiana, 1796-1905. The history of American medicine and public health is a relatively new field of endeavor for the academic historian; countless areas remain thus far almost complete ly unexplored. The subject o. More).
She analyzes the shifting medical theories and controversies, the social, political, and economic consequences of yellow fever, and the means by which medical science finally conquered the disease. Includes b&w photos and illustrations. Box 40831, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, LA 70504-0831. Annotation c. by Book News, In. Portland, O. (more).
Carrigan, Jo Ann (1994) The Saffron Scourge: A History of Yellow Fever in Louisiana, 1796–1905. Lafayette: Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana. Chaillé, Stanford E. (1881) Report to the United States National Board of Health on yellow fever in Havana and Cuba, in US National Board of Health (e. Annual Report of the National Board of Health, 1880. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office: 69–308.
Safety of Yellow Fever vaccine in Indian travellers. The Saffron Scourge: A History of Yellow Fever in Louisiana 1796-1905. January 1995 · The Arkansas historical quarterly. Human Arbovirus Infections Worldwide. December 2001 · Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Viral diseases transmitted by blood-feeding arthropods (arboviral diseases) are among the most important of the emerging infectious disease public health problems facing the world at the beginning of the third millennium.