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Hervé, Jean-Pierre

Overview
Works: 20 works in 28 publications in 3 languages and 132 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Made-for-TV movies  Drama  Biographical films 
Roles: Publishing director, Editor, Photographer, Thesis advisor, Author, Videographer
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Most widely held works by Jean-Pierre Hervé
Aménagements hydro-agricoles et santé : vallée du fleuve Sénégal : actes du Colloque Eau et santé, Dakar, novembre 1994 by Colloque Eau et santé( Book )

4 editions published in 1998 in French and held by 39 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La loi : le combat d'une femme pour toutes les femmes by Christian Faure( Visual )

2 editions published in 2015 in French and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Novembre 1974, Simone Veil se tient seule contre sa majorité pour faire adopter la loi légalisant l'IVG. Lors des trois jours de débat précédant le vote à l'Assemblée nationale, rien ne lui sera épargné : solitude, tractations politiques, antisémitisme[...] En leur donnant le droit de disposer de leur corps, Simone Veil devient l'emblème de la lutte des femmes. Ce vote historique lui offrira un statut à part, hors des frontières politiques." (Source : jaquette)
Pneumatique industrielle : connaissances de base by Jean Michel Bleux( Book )

2 editions published between 1996 and 2000 in French and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hydraulique industrielle : connaissances de base by Jean-Michel Bleux( Book )

3 editions published between 1994 and 2000 in French and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cet ouvrage est destiné à ceux qui veulent se familiariser avec les systèmes hydrauliques industriels. Il développe les principes des installations hydrauliques, fait une étude des principaux composants. De nombreuses activités permettent au lecteur de mettre en application les connaissances requises. L'utilisateur y trouvera également des conseils relatifs à la maintenance ainsi que des tableaux et graphiques utiles aux différents calculs entrants dans la réalisations des unités hydrauliques
La dengue dans les départements français d'Amérique : comment optimiser la lutte contre cette maladie ? = Dengue in Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guiana : optimising control of the disease( )

in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

En progression rapide dans toutes les régions chaudes, la dengue ou « fièvre dengue » est la maladie à vecteur la plus répandue dans le monde. L'expansion de ses formes hémorragiques, qui peuvent être mortelles, est devenue particulièrement inquiétante, d'autant qu'en l'absence de vaccins ou de nouveaux traitements, l'unique moyen d'enrayer la maladie consiste à lutter contre le moustique vecteur. Il ressort des contributions réunies dans cette expertise collégiale qu'à côté des techniques de démoustication présentées en détail dans le volume, un travail en réseau est indispensable pour surveiller et prendre en charge cette pathologie. Il apparaît également nécessaire, ce qui n'est pas le plus facile, de convaincre les populations d'éliminer elles-mêmes les réserves d'eau (mares, flaques, récipients...) où le moustique se reproduit, une autre mesure essentielle proposée dans cette expertise. Dengue, or dengue fever, is the most widespread vector-borne disease on the planet and is spreading rapidly in all the world's hot regions. The spread of its hemorrhagic forms, which can be fatal, is particularly worrying, especially as without a vaccine or a new treatment, the only way to halt the disease is to control the mosquito that carries it. From the papers that make up this report, it emerges that alongside the mosquito-control methods described by the authors, networking is essential for surveillance and medical care of dengue. The report also highlights the need to persuade the population (and this is not the easiest task) to take on themselves the essential work of eradicating pools, puddles and receptacles where water collects and mosquitoes can breed
La dengue dans les départements français d'Amérique by Raymond Corriveau( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

En progression rapide dans toutes les régions chaudes, la dengue ou " fièvre dengue " est la maladie à vecteur la plus répandue dans le monde. L'expansion de ses formes hémorragiques, qui peuvent être mortelles, est devenue particulièrement inquiétante, d'autant qu'en l'absence de vaccins ou de nouveaux traitements, l'unique moyen d'enrayer la maladie consiste à lutter contre le moustique vecteur. Il ressort des contributions réunies dans cette expertise collégiale qu'à côté des techniques de démoustication présentées en détail dans le volume, un travail en réseau est indispensable pour surveiller et prendre en charge cette pathologie. Il apparaît également nécessaire, ce qui n'est pas le plus facile, de convaincre les populations d'éliminer elles-mêmes les réserves d'eau (mares, flaques, récipients ...) où le moustique se reproduit, une autre mesure essentielle proposée dans cette expertise. Dengue, or dengue fever, is the most widespread vector-borne disease on the planet and is spreading rapidly in all the world's hot regions. The spread of its hemorrhagic forms, which can be fatal, is particularly worrying, especially as without a vaccine or a new treatment, the only way to halt the disease is to control the mosquito that carries it. From the papers that make up this report, it emerges that alongside the mosquito-control methods described by the authors, networking is essential for surveillance and medical care of dengue. The report also highlights the need to persuade the population (and this is not the easiest task) to take on themselves the essential work of eradicating pools, puddles and receptacles where water collects and mosquitoes can breed
LES MANIFESTATIONS RENALES DES EMBOLIES CHOLESTEROLIQUES : A PROPOS DE CINQ OBSERVATIONS by VALIBAY SAIFUDIN( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Arboviruses in Serra Norte, Carajas region, Para, Brazil by Amelia P. A. Travassos da Rosa( )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Mhis report outlines studies carried out from 1982 to 1987 in Serra Norte, Carajas region, Para State, to ascertain the existence of known or new arbovirus types in the area, especially those of medical interest, and to gather information about their natural patterns of activity. These studies have included both serological tests and attempts to isolate viruses from haematophagous insects, wild animals and man. A total of 184,884 haematophagous insects were collected and blood and tissue samples were obtained from 1,726 wild vertebrates caught in the area. Attempts to isolate viruses in suckling mice yielded 21 strains, including 15 different serological types, of which 7 have been shown to constitute new types, so far found only in the Brazilian Amazonian region, and two of them have already been confirmed to be new types to the world. Serological studies performed on 2,680 sera (1,380 humans and 1,300 wild animals) against selected arboviruses pointed out the circulation of several of these agents in the investigated area. The Carajas region therefore, maintains established ecosystems which are rich in arbovirus fauna, and exploration of these natural niches must be done carefully and rationally to avoid breaking out the current foci of infestation maintained in the forest. Further studies are necessary to obtain a better understanding of these agents in this region and of the threats that they may pose to the health of humans and livestock. (AU)
Des aménagements hydro-agricoles dans la vallée du fleuve Sénégal ou le risque de maladies hydriques en milieu sahélien by Pascal Handschumacher( )

1 edition published in 1992 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Traits d'histoire et démographie du moustique "Aedes caspius" (Pallas, 1771) (Diptera : Culicidae) : impact des traitements larvicides by Alexandre Carron( Book )

in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Le moustique Aedes caspius est largement distribué en Europe et se reproduit dans une grande variété de milieu. Cette espèce génère une forte nuisance, dépassant parfois les 300 piqûres en 15 minutes, qui peut avoir des conséquences économiques importantes. Depuis près de 50 ans, les populations de moustiques sont contrôlées le long de la côté méditerranéenne française avec des insecticides chimiques et biologiques. En dépit d'une diminution significative de la nuisance, des densités larvaires fortes sont encore fréquemment observées. Ces dernières ne sont pas due à de la résistance car la sensibilité aux insecticides n'a pas changée. Ainsi cette espèce a pu développer des mécanismes démographiques pour compenser les effets des traitements. La démographie d'Aedes caspius est décrite et son évolution sous pression insecticide est estimée. Les cycles de vie de deux populations, l'une traitée et l'autre non traitée, sont comparés. Pour cela, des traits d'histoire de vie, tels que la mortalité, la durée de développement et la fécondité, sont mesurés en laboratoire et sur le terrain. La probabilité de passage d'un stade au suivant, la durée de développement et la mortalité sont dépendantes du stade larvaire. La durée de développement, la sex-ratio et la fécondité sont densité dépendantes. Les traitements insecticides induisent une diminution d'abondance qui entraîne une augmentation de la fécondité et un changement de la sex-ratio en faveur des mâles. Ces mécanismes densité dépendants peuvent expliquer les fortes densités larvaires encore observées aujourd'hui
Entomological studies on Dengue fever vectors in Brazil: the epidemics of Boa Vista, Roraima, 1982, Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, 1986, and Ceara State, 1986, 1994 by Nicolas Degallier( )

1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

No Brasil, o virus deo dengue e transmitido pelo mosquito urbano Aedes Aegypti. Foi na ocasiao dos primeiros isolamentos realizados a partir de casos humanos em Boa Vstas (RR) que o virus foi tambem isolado - sorotipos DEN 1 (1 amostra) e DEN 4 (2 amostras) - a partir de mosquitos naturalmente infectados. Durante o segundo episodio epidemico, em Niteroi (RJ), foram isoladas 3 amostras de DEN 1 a partir de mosquitosfemeas coletadas com isca humana ou em repouso. Durante essa epidemia, nos locais nao tratados por inseticidas, o indice de Breteau era de 102. A dissecacao de uma amostragen dos mosquitos mostrou que (1) as femeas agressivas eram mais velhas que as coletadas em repouso, (2) a proporcao de repastos interrompidos ou multiplos era elevada. Inqueritos entomologicos foram realizados durante as epidemias de 1986 e 1994 no Ceara. Tres amostras de DEN 1 e 16 amostras de DEN 2 foram isoladas a partir de AE. aegypti coletados em Cascavel e Caucaia, respectivamente. A suscetibilidade a infeccao oral dos mosquitos sobre os pacientes com viremia pelo virus DEN 2 foi testada. Positividade dos mosquitos apareceu a partir do terceiro dia apos repasto. 44 por cento dos mosquitos form infectados apos ter sido alimentados com sangue contendo um titulo de virus (Log TCD 50) igual a 3,5 . Tentativas de isolamento a partir de mosquitos machos, imaturos ou outras especies foram negativas(AU)
Etude et réalisation d'une salle vasculaire conventionnelle de radiologie by Jean-Pierre Hervé( Book )

1 edition published in 1982 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A ecologia dos arbovirus na amazonia: pesquisas atuais e perspectivas by Nicolas Degallier( )

1 edition published in 1987 in Portuguese and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The first laboratory confirmed cases of dengue fever in Brazil: virus isolation and sorological results by Amelia P. A Travassos da Rosa( )

1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Investigation of an extensive outbreak of febrile illness in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima State, Brazil, that began in late 1981 lasted until August 1982, established that dengue virus was incriminated in the etiology. Virological studies were made on 31 selected patients, dengue virus (types 1 and 4) was isolated in 12 of them. The virus (both types) was also isolated from three of 51 pools (1,478 mosquitoes) of Aedes aegypti captured especially downtown. To isolate the virus, all the material was inoculated in Aedes albopictus cells (C6/36) and in suckling mice, and virus isolates were identified by the indirect immunofluorescence using the monoclonal antibodies. The results of hemagglutination inhibition and complement fixation test with 27 paired acute convalescent phase sera and 359 single convalescent or contacts sera were highly suggestive of dengue etiology. The clinical features were those of classical dengue fever. Later, after the outbreak, serological survey involving 899 sera was conducted in order to determine the extent of the epidemic. The results indicated that at 11,000 dengue cases occurred. These are the first laboratory confirmed cases of dengue fever in Brazil(AU)
Modifications of arbovirus transmission in relation to construction of dams in Brazilian Amazonia by Nicolas Degallier( )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Amazonian region of Brazil seems to be the world's richest reservoir of arboviruses. To date, 183 different types of arboviruses have been detected in the Amazonian region, accounting for more than one third of the 535 arboviruses reported in the world. Of these, 136 (74.3 per cent) are endemic. The main objective of this paper was to evaluate what the effects of the construction and flooding of dams would be on the transmission and epidemiology of sylvatic arboviruses, in order to define the potential health hazards to which the human population would be subjected. Five areas were surveyed but only one could be thoroughly studied. Comparisons were made between surveys: i) inside the dam region, before, during and after the flooding period; ii) outside the dam region, in an area with a similar climate, landscape and vegetation, during the total time of the studies. The two chosen areas, namely Altamira and Tucurui, were studied since 1974, and since September, 1982, respectively. The former, and the latter before the outset of flooding (September 6, 1984) were considered as a control or reference for comparisons with data obtained in Tucurui during flooding and thereafter. The surveys consisted of sampling as many wild vertebrates and haematophagous Diptera as possible. Human sera were collected from febrile cases and random serological surveys. Very few variations seem to have occurred among the three phases of the study, with a maximum of positive serologies during the flooding period, but the differences were not statistically significant. Similarly, in the reference region, the prevalence of antibodies against the four more important arbovirus groups did not vary significantly. The arboviruses were classified under two categories: i) those which showed enhanced transmission and ii) those which showed no apparent modifications in their transmission patterns (referring to the control area). Three new and three already known types in the Anopheles A group of Bunyavirus were favoured by the great proliferation of Anopheles nuneztovari and An. triannulatus which accompanied the flooding of the dam. An epizootic of the Gamboa virus (Bunyavirus, Gamboa serogroup), newly reported in Brazil, was observed one year after the outset of flooding, when the mosquito Aedeomyia squamipennis showed very large populations. Guaroa (Bunyavirus, California group), an endemic arbovirus, showed an epizootic probably as a consequence of the proliferation of anopheline mosquitoes. A temporary proliferation of Culex spp. mosquitoes and the presence of a rich avifauna in the dam area during flooding are probable causes of the enhanced circulation of Turlock (Bunyavirus, Turlock group) and Kwatta-like (Rhabdoviridae, Kwatta group) viruses ... (AU)
A comparative study of yellow fever in Africa and South America by Nicolas Degallier( )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In order to look for an ecoepidemiological model of sylvatic yellow fever (YF) transmission in South America, differences from and similarities to available African YF data are considered. Strains from both areas, representing various topotypes, are distinct serologically, genetically and biochemically. In Africa, all vector mosquitoes are Aedes species, some related to the forest cycle and others responsible for the transmission in dryer areas. In South America, and particularly in Brazil, the main vector is Haemagogus janthinomys. Hg. albomaculatus has been incriminated in human peridomestic transmission in Central Amazonia. In the two continents, monkeys are the only regular vertebrate hosts of YF but the indigenous neotropical monkeys, show higher mortality rates. The South American and African vectors are diurnal and crespuscular/nocturnal in habit, respectively. The urban vector (Ae. aegypti) has the same habits in both continents, but its competence in transmitting the virus is very variable, and no urban epidemic has been notified in South America since the 4Os. A general ecoepidemiological model was elaborated to explain the maintenance and circulation of YF virus in West and Central Africa, which are related to the phytoclimatical regions. Because no such hypothesis has yet been presented in the case of YF in South America, we tested this with the available data from Brazil. All occurrences (of which 386 were lab-confirmed) were distributed in five phytogeographical zones: dense rain forest (189), open rain forest (30), savannah with gallery forest (l47), ecotones (lO) and decidual seasonal forest (7). For each of these zones mean intervals between years with occurrences of YF were estimated. They were all found to be lower than 3 years, and lower than 5 years when standard deviation was added. Despite the close values obtained for the means, the distribution of the years as a function of number of occurrences of YF showed two groups: a) gallery forest and dense forest and b) open forest and ecotones. However, more data are necessary to enable the study of such variations which are thought to be related to ecological differences in YF transmission. (AU)
A febre amarela silvestre no Brasil e os riscos de propagacao urbana by Jean-Pierre Hervé( )

1 edition published in 1985 in Portuguese and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

No Brasil, a Febre Amarela se mantem no seu foco natural, por meio de um ciclo onde intervem a maioria dos macacos brasileiros e mosquitos pertencentes quase que exclusivamente ao genero Haemagogus. Os macacos desempenham um duplo papel de amplificador e de disseminador do virus amarilico, enquanto os Haemagogus que participam igualmente da dispersao do virus, sao considerados como vetores-reservatorios da Febre Amarela. A passagem do virus ao homem, a partir do seu foco natural, realiza-se por intermedio dos Haemagogus, no decorrer de pequenas epidemias silvestres pontuais. O unico meio de lutar contra a Febre Amarela silvestre, consiste em vacinar as populacoes, em especial aquelas que penetram ou residem na zona de endemicidade. A luta contra o Aedes aegypti, afora a vacinacao, permanece como um meio eficaz para evitar ou parar as epidemias urbanas (AU)
Aspectos ecologicos by Jean-Pierre Hervé( )

1 edition published in 1986 in Portuguese and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Blanche Maupas( Visual )

1 edition published in 2009 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"Eté 1914. L'instituteur Théophile Maupas reçoit sa lettre de mobilisation. Il est affecté en Champagne, dans "l'enfer de Suippes". Des tranchées, il écrit de longues lettres à sa femme Blanche, institutrice elle aussi. Début mars 1915, elle est sans nouvelles. Un jour, Blanche apprend que son mari, devenu caporal, a été fusillé pour l'exemple avec trois autres camarades. Le motif : refus de se battre. Elle ne peut croire cette version officielle. Commence alors pour Blanche un long combat au nom de la vérité..."
La dengue dans les départements français d’Amérique Comment optimiser la lutte contre cette maladie ? by Philippe Barbazan( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

En progression rapide dans toutes les régions chaudes, la dengue ou « fièvre dengue » est la maladie à vecteur la plus répandue dans le monde. L’expansion de ses formes hémorragiques, qui peuvent être mortelles, est devenue particulièrement inquiétante, d’autant qu’en l’absence de vaccins ou de nouveaux traitements, l’unique moyen d’enrayer la maladie consiste à lutter contre le moustique vecteur. Il ressort des contributions réunies dans cette expertise collégiale qu’à côté des techniques de démoustication présentées en détail dans le volume, un travail en réseau est indispensable pour surveiller et prendre en charge cette pathologie. Il apparaît également nécessaire, ce qui n’est pas le plus facile, de convaincre les populations d’éliminer elles-mêmes les réserves d’eau (mares, flaques, récipients...) où le moustique se reproduit, une autre mesure essentielle proposée dans cette expertise. Dengue, or dengue fever, is the most widespread vector-borne disease on the planet and is spreading rapidly in all the world’s hot regions. The spread of its hemorrhagic forms, which can be fatal, is particularly worrying, especially as without a vaccine or a new treatment, the only way to halt the disease is to control the mosquito that carries it. From the papers that make up this report, it emerges that alongside the mosquito-control methods described by the authors, networking is essential for surveillance and medical care of dengue. The report also highlights the need to persuade the population (and this is not the easiest task) to take on themselves the essential work of eradicating pools, puddles and receptacles where water collects and mosquitoes can breed
 
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