Brucellosis Disease Case Study

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Risk Assessment of Brucellosis disease in the indigenous Achai Cattle in district Swat, Pakistan Introduction Risk assessment may be defined as the estimation of identified and potential unfavorable health effects consequential from human exposure to the disease. It incorporates the identification of various uncertainties of the likelihood and the degree of undesirable effects and actions happening having impact on cattle, human beings and the environment after exposure (EU, 2000). The Livestock and Health departments are working hard to control Brucellosis disease in Pakistan. Considerable resources are allocated for this reason. Risk assessment will find out the high risk cattle and various hazards of Brucellosis disease in the study area. Authentic and appropriate quantitative data on Brucellosis disease about the Achai cattle was deficient in the study area, so qualitative methods like SRA tool were used for risk assessment. After identification of necessary…show more content…
It estimates the prospective advantages of process differences in a treatment plan on user risk. Risk assessment changes whether uncertainty is due to lack of understanding about a particular parameter and can be minimized by comprehensive study. Uncertainty and variableness is calculated by probability density distributions. Risk assessment must be capable of predicting likely human exposures and consequential risk of Brucellosis diseases due to contamination the in utilization pathways and the immunity of human beings (E. Cummins et al., 2009). Severity of hazards due to Brucellosis disease in the indigenous Achai cattle and economical factors must be taken into the consideration in the risk assessment like cattle recollection charges, loss of customers and possible cost of compensation (Cassin, Lammerding, Todd, Ross, & McColl,

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