Malaria Items, 2018 to date

Wednesday, 12th of September 2018 Print

Malaria Items, 2018 to date

Please see below, in declining order by readership, the items on malaria posted to childsurvival.net since January 2018.

Items 3, 4 and 13 discuss treatment of falciparum malaria. Items 9 and 12 discuss artemisinin based therapies. Item 5 discusses malaria vaccines.

Item 14 covers the discovery by Sir Ronald Ross of the mosquito as the vector of human malaria.

Good reading.

Article Title

No of Hits

  1. Infant and child mortality in relation to malaria transmission in KEMRI/CDC HDSS, Western Kenya: validation of verbal autopsy

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7044

318

  1. Community-based malaria control in southern Malawi: a description of experimental interventions of community workshops, house improvement and larval source management.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7380

67

  1. DSM 265: A novel drug for single-dose cure of P. falciparum malaria

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7374

64

  1. Drugs that reduce transmission of falciparum malaria

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7593

64

  1. Malaria Vaccines: Recent Advances and New Horizons.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7383

63

  1. Screening of a library of traditional Chinese medicines to identify anti-malarial compounds and extracts.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7393

63

  1. A renewed focus on preventing malaria in pregnancy

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7379

62

  1. Professor Barry V.L. Potter: Winner of the 2018 Tu Youyou Award in Honor of the Co-Recipient of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for Her Discoveries Concerning a Novel Therapy against Malaria.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7386

60

  1. Efficacy of two artemisinin-based combinations for the treatment of malaria in pregnancy in India: a randomized controlled trial.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7390

59

10.  Land-use patterns and their implication on malaria transmission in Kilosa District, Tanzania.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7392

59

11.  Environmental health risks and benefits of the use of mosquito coils as malaria prevention and control strategy.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7381

58

12.  Reduction of malaria prevalence after introduction of artemisinin-combination-therapy in Mbeya Region, Tanzania: results from a cohort study with 6773 participants.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7394

57

13.  High efficacy of artemether-lumefantrine and dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine for the treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria in Muheza and Kigoma Districts, Tanzania.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7384

50

14.  Sir Ronald Ross and the Discovery that Mosquitoes Transmit the Malaria Parasite

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7520

40

15.  Housing type and risk of malaria among under-five children in Nigeria: evidence from the malaria indicator survey.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7624

31

16.  Framework for Evaluating the Health Impact of the Scale-Up of Malaria Control Interventions

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7467

30

17.  Severe malaria and death risk factors among children under 5 years at Jason Sendwe Hospital in Democratic Republic of Congo.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7642

18

18.  Malaria elimination in Indonesia: Halfway there

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7581

13

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