Information on the malaria control programme in the Sudan
Inter-Regional Conference on Malaria for the Eastern Mediterranean and European Regions (1956 : Athens, Greece). (1956). Information on the malaria control programme in the Sudan. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/64485
DescriptionDocuments : WHO/Mal/153-160 (Lagos Conf/25-32), WHO/Mal/161 (EURO/107), WHO/Mal/162-163, WHO/Mal/163.1-163.22, WHO/Mal/164-165, bound in 1 vol
8 p. (ill., tables).
Gov't Doc #WHO/Mal/163-14
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Himeidan, Y.E.; Hamid, E.E.; Thalib, L.; El Bashir, M.I.; Adam, I. (2007)The study investigated the role of climatic variables and irrigated agricultural on the seasonality of malaria transmission in New Halfa, eastern Sudan. A time-series analysis was performed using monthly climatic variables, monthly water available for irrigation of crops and monthly slide positive rate of malaria during the period 1986-2002. Cases of malaria were reported every month of the year with a mean of 13.0/100 persons/month [95% CI: 11.9-14.2], and bimodal annual pattern in autumn and winter seasons. Rainfall was the significant climatic ...
Efficacy of chloroquine and sulfadoxine/pyrimethamine mono-and combined therapy against falciparum malaria in Sudan El Amin, S.B.; Malik, El F.M.; Ahmed, El D.S.; El Abadi, E.K.; Mohamad, T.A. (2007)We assessed the efficacy of chloroquine and sulfadoxine/pyrimethamine monotherapy in several sentinel sites in northern Sudan and the efficacy of combined therapy in 2 sites. Chloroquine efficacy in children under 5 years was also assessed in 2 sites in southern Sudan. Patients with indications of uncomplicated falciparum malaria and sufficient parasite density were enrolled. The chloroquine failure rates in the northern and southern sites were 43.4% and 80.2% respectively. Treatment failure was significantly higher in children than adults, while ...
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