ISSN 2076-8462


«Pest Management / Пест-Менеджмент» (РЭТ-инфо) № 3 (95)/2015


Dezinfection organizations activities in Russia according to statistical observation 2012-2014


Osipova N. Z., Tsarenko V. A., Chernjavskaya O. P. FSHi «Federal Hygiene and Epidemiology Center» by Rospotrebnadzor, Varshavskoye sh., 19a, Moscow, 117015


Combined foci of «tick-borne» natural focal infections and mixed-infection infection by the example of Rostov region 


Dvortsova I. V. PhD (Biol), Moskvitina E. A. Doctor of Medicine, professor, Romanova L. V. Doctor of Biology, Pichugina N. L., PhD (Med)., Orekhov I. V., PhD (Biol.), Zabashta M. V., PhD (Biol), Savchenko A. P. The Rostov-on-Don Anti-Plague Institute of the Federal Agency for Consumer Rights Protection & Human Welfare Supervision 344000, Rostov-on-Don, Gazetny, 119 


The analysis of parasitic systems of revealed natural foci of the Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, tick-borne borrelioses and Q fever, tick-borne viral encephalitis and monocytic human ehrlichiosis, having territorially coinciding areas, indicates that they involve the same main vectors species of, as well as reservoir hosts of disease causative agents. It is shown that on the territory of the Rostov region and Shchepkinsky Forest there are natural foci with parasitic systems united by populations of mammals – reservoir hosts of disease agents. Having described foci can be characterized as two-host populationcombined natural foci of the above mentioned natural focal infections. Mixed-infection of ticks and birds by tick-borne viral encephalitis and monocytic human ehrlichiosis causative agents as well as mixedinfection of small mammals by causative agents of Q fever and tick-borne borreliosis has been determined.


Key words: combined foci, mixed-infection, tickborne infections, Rostov region


New larvicide against flies on the methoprene basis


Kostina M.N., Doctor of Biology, Bidevkiva M.V., PhD (Med.) Shushkov M.Yu. Scientific Research Disinfectology Institute of Pospotrebnadzor, Nauchny pr., 18, Moscow, 117246 


Compounds of the insect growth regulator group (IGR), comprising juvenile hormone analogs (AJG) and chitin synthesis inhibitors (ChSI), are widely used all over the world, including as flies and mosquitoes larvicides. The relatively low level of their danger to the environmental objects, high efficiency in minimal concentrations, long-term effects, delayed from the treatment, the residual effect that helps to reduce the number of treatments and their expenses, all these advantages are the cause of their widespread distribution in the world and high demand by the services involved in professional treatments. «LodiLarvi GR» from this larvicide group provides no emergence of fly imagoes from the treated substrate under granules application rate 25 g per 1m2 of treated surface. It is a low-toxic agent for warm-blooded animals under different ways of its penetration into the organism. To use such environmentally low-hazard larvicide can be recommended for the treatment of unsanitary environment around children, food, medical institutions, as well as near the places of recreation for children – camps, sanatoria. 


Key words: larvicide, juvenile hormone analogs, methoprene, ecological safety

Benzil benzoate in medical disinsection


Lopatina Yu.V., PhD, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Entomology, Biological Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Leninskie Gory, 1/12 Moscow 119234, Russia, Scientific Research Disinfectology Institute, Moscow, Russia Scientific Research Disinfectology Institute of Pospotrebnadzor, Nauchny pr., 18, Moscow, 117246


The literature data on using benzyl benzoate for control of arthropods of medical importance and results of our investigations of its pediculicidal activity are summarized. Benzyl benzoate has high efficacy to scabies mites, house dust mites, and human lice. Preparations and drugs containing of benzyl benzoate, registered for control of house dust mites, treatment of scabies and head lice in Russia are presented.


Key words: benzyl benzoate, scabies, pediculosis capitis, house dust mite control


Problem of the malaria at the prezent stage


Guseeva T. M. Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbein (Rospotrebnadzor) Vadkovski pereulok, 18/5, Moscow, 127994, Russia

Terminology in sanitary parasitology


Khromenkova E.P. Rostov Scientific Research Institute of Microbiology and Parasitology of Rospotrebnadzor 344058, Rostov on Don, pr. Stachki 193/2, 77


Using in sanitary parasitology terms are presented in the article.


Key words: terms, parasitic diseases, environment, sanitary-parasitological monitoring, parasitosis pathogens, the risk of infection


The IInd EuroAsian scientific and practical Pest Management Conference, September 5-7, 2016, Information Letter 2

In memory of Andrey Nikolaevich Alekseev