Compliance with the P. vivax malaria treatment is a characteristic of 242/280 patients in the surveyed region.
This paper examines the relationship between indoor residual spray (IRS) and malaria parasite infection in Gash Barka Zone, Eritrea, an area with near universal coverage of insecticide treated bednets (ITN) and already low malaria parasite prevalence.
After cessation of chloroquine, a comprehensive assessment of cognitive and motor function demonstrated persistence of abnormal behavioral outcomes, 10 days after successful eradication of parasites.
Hence, the study determined the technical and perceived quality of malaria treatment services of different types of providers in three urban and three rural areas in southeast Nigeria.
A proteomic approach was used to analyse protein expression changes in the schizont stage of the malarial parasite P. falciparum following doxycycline treatment.
The World Health Organization campaign for malaria eradication was abandoned in 1969 in favour of a strategy of malaria control after it became clear that worldwide eradication could not be achieved using the tools available at that time.
We assessed and compared malaria practices and knowledge among those who had recently visited a health care provider and those who had not.
This deals with a subject of great relevance for malaria control in Africa, the need to increase access to anti-malarial treatment through community health works and home-treatment.
This study aimed to examine the care-seeking choices for treatment of a febrile illness compatible with malaria in the public and private sectors in Lao PDR.
The behaviour of providers is often influenced by their knowledge, financial incentives, competition, or to follow patient demands and expectations. This study used a pre-tested structured questionnaire to collect data from 225 providers from hospitals and non-hospitals about their malaria treatment practices.