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Superbug: an emerging and quickly spreading threat to the race against malaria

February 17, 2017 - 09:46 -- Salomé Beaujouan

While the malaria death count in Cambodia dropped to just one case in 2016, a new threat to the race against the disease arises in south-eastern Asia: superbugs. A superbug is a drug-resistant, human-killing parasite that modern medicine struggles to combat.

Treatments in remote areas urgent to meet Millennium Development Goals

April 11, 2014 - 15:34 -- Debora Miranda

Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) is a strategy that enables those living beyond the reach of health facilities to access lifesaving treatments. It should be a national priority and an integral part of national health sector plans, a recent symposium in Ghana has concluded.

Malaria testing not a simple fix in the private sector

March 21, 2014 - 12:22 -- Debora Miranda

Drug shops offering quick diagnostic tests for malaria can improve treatment, but regulation by authorities is also needed, researchers warn.

Read the story and the article at: http://www.actconsortium.org/news.php/66/malaria-testing-not-a-simple-fix-in-the-private-sector

Malaria rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) are simple tools to diagnose malaria accurately and can help health workers in remote locations to prescribe the correct treatment. But introducing RDTs into the private sector may have complex, unexpected consequences for patients.

Malaria testing not a simple fix in the private sector

March 21, 2014 - 12:21 -- Debora Miranda

Drug shops offering quick diagnostic tests for malaria can improve treatment, but regulation by authorities is also needed, researchers warn.

Read the story and the article at: http://www.actconsortium.org/news.php/66/malaria-testing-not-a-simple-fix-in-the-private-sector

Malaria rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) are simple tools to diagnose malaria accurately and can help health workers in remote locations to prescribe the correct treatment. But introducing RDTs into the private sector may have complex, unexpected consequences for patients.

Severe imported falciparum malaria among adults requiring intensive care: a retrospective study at the hospital for tropical diseases, London

March 6, 2013 - 16:25 -- Open Access
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Marks ME, Armstrong M, Suvari MM, Batson S, Whitty CJ, Chiodini PL, Bellinghan G, Doherty JF
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BMC Infectious Diseases 2013, 13:118 (5 March 2013)
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Retrospective study of patients with WHO severe falciparum malaria admitted to ICU at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, UK. The relationship between clinical variables and risk of death or a prolonged ICU stay were examined with logistic regression.

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