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Imported malaria in metropolitan France, from recommendations to clinical practice - proposal for improvement

September 1, 2021 - 17:13 -- Open Access
Author(s): 
Dupré A, Argy N, Houze S, Leleu A, Choquet C, Matheron S, Bleibtreu A
Reference: 
Infect Dis Now. 2021 Aug 28:S2666-9919(21)00486-3

Approximately 5,000 cases of imported malaria are observed each year in metropolitan France. Guidelines for the prevention and management of imported malaria were published by the French infectious disease society (French acronym SPILF) in 2017.

Method for Malaria Diagnosis Based on Extractions of Samples Using Non-Invasive Techniques: An Opportunity for the Nursing Clinical Practice

August 5, 2020 - 16:17 -- Open Access
Author(s): 
Gómez-Luque A, Parejo JC, Clavijo-Chamorro MZ, López-Espuela F, Munyaruguru F, Belinchón Lorenzo S, Monroy I, Gómez-Nieto LC
Reference: 
Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 Jul 31;17(15):E5551

Malaria has been for millennia one of the best known and most destructive diseases affecting humans. Its high impact has aroused great interest for the development of new effective and reliable diagnostic techniques. Recently it has been recently published that hairs from mammal hosts are able to capture, hold and finally remove foreign DNA sequences of Leishmania parasites.

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