This study emphasizes that both WHO and CDC bioassays give similar results with regards to the susceptibility of mosquitoes to insecticides in southern Benin.
Herein, we developed and compared CO2-baited resting boxes (BRBs) trap against standard Centres for Disease Control miniature (CDC) light trap as a possible alternative field device for sampling mosquito populations in the field.
A longitudinal decline in the density of malaria mosquito vectors was seen during both study periods despite the absence of organized vector control.
The high proportion of patients with more than one diagnosis proves the importance of careful diagnostics.
The following study evaluates the Prokopack aspirator compared to the CDC backpack aspirator when sampling resting mosquitoes in rural Tanzania.