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Journal of veterinary internal medicine, ISSN 0891-6640, 2019, Volume 33, Issue 1, pp. 158 - 166
Background Vector‐borne diseases have an adverse impact on health of dogs, and infected dogs can be sentinels for human infection... 
Chagas disease | heartworm | tick‐borne disease | vector‐borne disease | tick-borne disease | vector-borne disease | BORRELIA-BURGDORFERI | CATS | CHAGAS-DISEASE | SENTINELS | ANIMAL SHELTERS | IDENTIFICATION | RHIPICEPHALUS-SANGUINEUS | TRANSMISSION | VETERINARY SCIENCES | INFECTION | PET DOGS | Dirofilariasis - epidemiology | Dog Diseases - epidemiology | Chagas Disease - parasitology | Prevalence | Tick-Borne Diseases - parasitology | Lyme Disease - epidemiology | Anaplasmosis - parasitology | Male | Dirofilaria immitis | Chagas Disease - veterinary | Ehrlichiosis - parasitology | Tick-Borne Diseases - veterinary | Female | Ehrlichiosis - veterinary | Dog Diseases - parasitology | Texas - epidemiology | Chagas Disease - epidemiology | Borrelia burgdorferi | Lyme Disease - veterinary | Cross-Sectional Studies | Lyme Disease - parasitology | Risk Factors | Anaplasma | Anaplasmosis - epidemiology | Trypanosoma cruzi | Animals | Ehrlichiosis - epidemiology | Dogs | Tick-Borne Diseases - epidemiology | Dirofilariasis - parasitology | Ehrlichia | Heart | Vector-borne diseases | Pathogens | Protozoa | Blood coagulation | Shelters | Health risks | Antibodies | Infections | Exposure | Vectors | Risk analysis | Coronary artery disease | Blood | Risk factors | Polymerase chain reaction | Chagas' disease | Heart diseases | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | Standard | SMALL ANIMAL
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PLoS neglected tropical diseases, ISSN 1935-2735, 2018, Volume 12, Issue 11, p. e0006952
The Ecohealth strategy is a multidisciplinary data-driven approach used to improve the quality of people's lives in Chagas disease endemic areas, such as regions of Central America... 
TRANSMISSION | RHODNIUS-PROLIXUS | RISK-FACTORS | BLOOD MEALS | EL SALVADOR | DOMESTIC INFESTATION | DISEASE VECTOR | ENDEMIC AREA | BUGS HEMIPTERA REDUVIIDAE | TRYPANOSOMA-CRUZI INFECTION | PARASITOLOGY | TROPICAL MEDICINE | Dog Diseases - epidemiology | Chagas Disease - parasitology | Dog Diseases - transmission | Humans | Male | Bird Diseases - parasitology | Swine Diseases - epidemiology | Chagas Disease - veterinary | Swine Diseases - parasitology | Swine | Central America - epidemiology | Female | Dog Diseases - parasitology | Chagas Disease - transmission | Triatoma - parasitology | Bird Diseases - blood | Bird Diseases - epidemiology | Birds | Feeding Behavior | Housing | Bird Diseases - transmission | Trypanosoma cruzi - physiology | Dog Diseases - blood | Swine Diseases - transmission | Animals | Insect Vectors - physiology | Triatoma - physiology | Insect Vectors - parasitology | Dogs | Swine Diseases - blood | Chagas Disease - blood | Implementation Science | Animal feeding behavior | Polymerase chain reaction | Usage | Disease transmission | Analysis | Chagas' disease | Research | Epidemiology | Intervention | Houses | Laboratories | Entomology | Transmission | Biology | Infections | Domestic animals | Blood | Primers | Profiles | Vector-borne diseases | Protozoa | Parasitology | Nucleotide sequence | Vectors | Disease control | Nymphs | Diseases | Residential areas | Pharmacy | DNA | Scientific imaging | Adults | Infestation | Mass spectrometry | Colonization
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PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 10/2017, Volume 11, Issue 10, p. e0005970
Background Although the central coast of the Ecuador is considered endemic for Chagas disease, few studies have focused on determining the risk of transmission in this region... 
RHODNIUS-ECUADORIENSIS | TRYPANOSOMA-CRUZI | REDUVIIDAE | HEMIPTERA | CHAGAS-DISEASE | ECOLOGY | INFECTION | INFESTANS | RANGELI | PARASITOLOGY | TROPICAL MEDICINE | VECTOR | Chagas Disease - parasitology | Humans | Trypanosoma cruzi - isolation & purification | Insecticides | Animal Distribution | Rhodnius - parasitology | Chagas Disease - prevention & control | Nymph - parasitology | Chickens - parasitology | Ecosystem | Population Density | Rhodnius - physiology | Surveys and Questionnaires | Panstrongylus - physiology | Insect Control - methods | Chagas Disease - transmission | Chagas Disease - epidemiology | Nymph - physiology | Cross-Sectional Studies | Risk Factors | Ecuador - epidemiology | Housing | Animals, Domestic | Panstrongylus - parasitology | Animals | Insect Vectors - physiology | Insect Vectors - parasitology | Rats - parasitology | Infection | Medical research | Disease transmission | Medicine, Experimental | Birds | Health aspects | Risk factors | Nests | Endemic species | Disease | Poultry | Funding | Dirt | Transmission | Infections | Epidemiology | Tropical diseases | Risks | Osteopathic medicine | Species | Supervision | Vector-borne diseases | Protozoa | Coasts | Approximation | Wood | Nucleotide sequence | Rural areas | Health risks | Rats | Surveying | Risk analysis | Mammals | Disease control | Nymphs | Polymerase chain reaction | Environments | Microscopy | Bedrooms | Chickens | DNA | Piles | Chagas' disease | Infestation | Colonization
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PLoS neglected tropical diseases, ISSN 1935-2735, 2011, Volume 5, Issue 1, p. e931
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 12/2015, Volume 10, Issue 12, p. e0143997
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