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Association between HRP–2/pLDH rapid diagnostic test band positivity and malaria– related anemia at a peripheral health facility in Western Uganda
(journal of global health, 2015-12)
The detection of severe malaria in resource–constrained settings is often difficult because of requirements for laboratory infrastructure and/or clinical expertise. The aim of this study, therefore, was to explore the ...
Use of a Dual-Antigen Rapid Diagnostic Test to Screen Children for Severe Plasmodium falciparum Malaria in a High-Transmission, Resource-Limited Setting
(Clinical Infectious Diseases, 2017)
Background. In rural areas, many patients with malaria seek care at peripheral health facilities or community case management programs. While this strategy is effective for the management of uncomplicated malaria, severe ...
Severe Flooding and Malaria Transmission in the Western Ugandan Highlands:
(Journal of infectious diseases, 2016)
Background. There are several mechanisms by which global climate change may impact malaria transmission. We sought to assess how the increased frequency of extreme precipitation events associated with global climate change ...