Once-Daily Combination Therapy for Uncomplicated Malaria: Is This the Way Forward? Generic / Other

Creator: Kokwaro, Gilbert
Title: Once-Daily Combination Therapy for Uncomplicated Malaria: Is This the Way Forward?
Keywords: MALARIA; AFRICA, Sub-Saharan; COMMUNICABLE diseases -- Transmission; MOSQUITOES as carriers of disease; PROTOZOAN diseases; SOUTHEAST Asia
Publication Title: Clinical Infectious Diseases
Volume: 41
Issue: 4
ISBN/ISSN: 10584838
Publisher: Oxford University Press / USA  
Date Published: 2005-08-15
Start Page: 433
End Page: 434
Notes: --- - Editorial - The article evaluates once-daily combination therapy for uncomplicated malaria. Although malaria transmission rates vary widely in sub-Saharan Africa, the majority of susceptible people live in areas with rates that are higher than that in Southeast Asia. For example, the entomological inoculation rate (EIR), which measures the number of infective mosquito bites per person per period, has been reported to be 0.3 infective bites/person per year in Tak Province, Thailand. In contrast, in some parts of Africa, the EIR has been estimated to range from 0.001 to 2.7 infective bites/person per night - ! 'Accession Number: 17678831; Kokwaro, Gilbert 1; Email Address: GKokwaro@wtnairobi.mimcom.net; Affiliation: 1: African Center for Clinical Trials, Nairobi, Kenya.; Source Info: 8/15/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p433; Subject Term: MALARIA; Subject Term: COMMUNICABLE diseases -- Transmission; Subject Term: MOSQUITOES as carriers of disease; Subject Term: PROTOZOAN diseases; Subject Term: AFRICA, Sub-Saharan; Subject Term: SOUTHEAST Asia; Number of Pages: 2p; Document Type: Editorial'
SU Authors
  1. Prof. Gilbert Kokwaro
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