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Malaria in Infancy
(The Central African Journal of Medicine, 1959-02)
Malaria and HIV co-infection: Available evidence, gaps and possible interventions
(University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 2003)
Objectives: To review the evidence of association between malaria and HI V/AIDS co-infection for purposes of developing strategies for malaria control. Design: Desktop review of literature. Setting: Harare, Zimbabwe. Main ...
Fetomaternal outcomes of pregnant women admitted with malaria at Parirenyatwa hospital and in Mashonaland East province of Zimbabwe
INTRODUCTION There are 300million to 500million people who are infected with malaria worldwide every year and the disease kills about 3million yearly. 90% of the cases occur in Sub-Saharan Africa where HIV is also prevalent. ...
Knowledge of women of child bearing age on the utilisation of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy at Dangamvura and Sakubva health centers, Mutare, Zimbabwe .
Even though it appears as if countries in sub-Saharan Africa have made important progress in IPTp implementation, coverage levels remain low. Various studies done have come out with various findings ranging from lack of ...
Malaria in pregnancy
(University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 2008)
It is estimated that, nearly five billion episodes of clinical malaria occur worldwide each year. The disease causes about three million deaths annually with Africa suffering 90% of this burden.'it is also estimated that ...
Association of HIV infection with the development of severe and complicated malaria cases at a rural hospital in Zimbabwe
Objective: To determine the association between HIV infection and progression of Plasmodium falciparum malaria illness in Hurungwe district, Zimbabwe. Design: Prospective cohort.Setting: Hurungwe Rural Hospital in Mashonaland ...
Use of antimalarial drugs in Zimbabwe
(University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 2001)
Malaria is a world-wide problem which is estimated to contribute to 2.3% of global disease' and is an increasing problem, particularly in developing countries.2 In Zimbabwe, the development of widespread resistance to ...
Some problems of malaria eradication in Africa: With special reference to the South-East African Region
(The Central African Journal of Medicine, 1965-02)
Prevention and Control of Malaria Epidemics
(Ministry of Health and Child Care, 2003-07)
A study of the clinical features of malaria in Rhodesia part 2
(University of Rhodesia, 1976-06)