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AuthorZhou, Xiaoyan
AuthorWang, Youming
AuthorLiu, Hualei
AuthorGuo, Fusheng
AuthorDoi, Suhail A
AuthorSmith, Carl
AuthorClements, Archie C A
AuthorEdwards, John
AuthorHuang, Baoxu
AuthorSoares Magalhães, Ricardo J
Available date2019-01-01T06:49:42Z
Publication Date2018-11
Publication NameThe Journal of Infectious Diseasesen_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1093/infdis/jiy400
CitationXiaoyan Zhou, Youming Wang, Hualei Liu, Fusheng Guo, Suhail A Doi, Carl Smith, Archie C A Clements, John Edwards, Baoxu Huang, Ricardo J Soares Magalhães; Effectiveness of Market-Level Biosecurity at Reducing Exposure of Poultry and Humans to Avian Influenza: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, The Journal of Infectious Diseases, Volume 218, Issue 12, 5 November 2018, Pages 1861–1875, https://doi.org/10.1093/infdis/jiy400
ISSN0022-1899
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/11239
AbstractIn this study, we aimed to identify the effect of market-level risk factors on avian influenza (AI) infection in poultry and humans and generate evidence that will inform AI prevention and control programs at live bird markets (LBMs). We performed a systematic literature review in both English and Chinese search engines. We estimated the pooled odds ratios of biosecurity indicators relating to AI infections at market level using a quality effects (QE) meta-analysis model. Biosecurity measures effective at reducing AI market contamination and poultry infection at LBMs include smaller market size, selling single poultry species and separating different species, performing cleaning and disinfection and market closures, ban on overnight storage, and sourcing poultry from local areas. Our meta-analysis indicates that higher risk of exposure to AI infection occurs in workers at retail LBMs, female workers, and those who contact ducks, conduct cleaning, slaughtering, defeathering, or evisceration. The most effective strategies to reduce AI market contamination identified in this study should target larger LBMs that are located at noncentral city areas and sell and slaughter multispecies of live poultry. Live bird market workers directly involved in cleaning and poultry processing tasks should participate in occupational health and safety programs.
Languageen
PublisherOxford University Press
Subjectavian influenza
Subjectbiosecurity
Subjectlive bird markets
Subjectmeta-analysis
Subjectrisk factors
TitleEffectiveness of Market-Level Biosecurity at Reducing Exposure of Poultry and Humans to Avian Influenza: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
TypeArticle
Pagination1861–1875
Issue Number12
Volume Number218
ESSN1537-6613


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