Laboratory management of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus infections: Perspectives from two European networks
Bartolini, B., Gruber, C.E.M., Koopmans, M., Avšič, T., Bino, S., Christova, I., Grunow, R., Hewson, R., Korukluoglu, G., Lemos, C.M., Mirazimi, A., Papa, A., Sanchez-Seco, M.P., Sauer, A.V., Zeller, H., Nisii, C., Capobianchi, M.R., Ippolito, G., Reusken, C.B., Di Caro, A.
Consultation on Crimean-Congo haemorragic fever prevention and control
Prevention and control measures for Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever
Prevention and control of CCHF infection is achieved by avoiding or minimising exposure to infected ticks. Since nosocomial cases of CCHF are quite common and often result in high mortality, strict universal precautions, including barrier nursing, should be taken.