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    • Evaluation of a “fogging” canister for indoor elimination of adult Aedes aegypti. 

      Cheng, Pang Sook; Yoong, Foo Siew; Baha, Png Ah; Lu, Deng; Gek, Lam-Phua Sai; Siang, Tang Choon; Ching, Ng Lee (‎2009-12)‎
      Aedes aegypti is the primary vector for dengue transmission in Singapore. In response to dengue transmission, ultra-low volume (‎ULV)‎ spraying of insecticides in apartments in transmission areas is used to supplement source-reduction effort. This study seeks to determine the efficacy of Mozzie Zap, a “fogger” in an aerosol canister, which contains 1.7% cypermethrin and 3.4% piperonyl butoxide (‎PBO, a pesticide synergist)‎. The product, which has the unique continual release mechanism, was tested using two canisters in a two-bedroom apartment block. ...