Department for Control of Vectors and Pests of Public Health Importance
In the National Institute of Public Health (the predecessor of National Center for Epidemiology) the DDD- Department (Disinfection = disinfection and sterilization, Disinsection = defense against insects and Deratization = defense against rodents threatening human health the two latter recently known as pests of public health importance) was officially founded in the 1st of August 1966 as the predecessor of todays Department for Control of Vectors and Pests of Public Health Importance. On the 1st of January 1976 the department divided and kept up the work as the Disinfection and as the Disinsection and Deratization laboratory. In 1984 the recent structure was formed, and the Department for Control of Vectors and Pests of Public Health Importance was founded.
Scope of activities
Epinfo special issues:
20013. Lice9. Mosquitoes10. Ticks
20022. Cockroaches5. Rodents8. Bloodsuckers (bedbugs, fleas, bloodsucking flies, midges and arachnids)
20034. Houseflies and other food visitor flies7. Lice II.9. Guide to placing biocide products on the market
20042. Venomous arthropods
20052. Mosquitoes II.
20062. Defense against pests in hospitals5. Defense against particular pest birds (feral pigeon, house sparrow, european starling)
20093. Ticks II.
Epinfo special issues can found at://www.oek.hu/oek.web?to=16&nid=444&pid=1&lang=hun
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