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Dokumenter [1]

Guideline vedrørende diagnostik og behandling af malaria. Udarbejdet af Kim David, Carsten Schade Larsen, Peter Ellekvist, Signe Maj Sørensen og Lasse Vestergaard

Sider [2]

…, Trope- og rejsemedicin: Peter Ellekvist (tovholder), Anders Porskrog, Carsten Schade Larsen, Fredrikke Christie Knudtzen, Kim Peter David, Lasse Skafte Vestergaard, Marie Helleberg, Mike Zangenberg, Sanne Jespersen, Signe Mai Sørensen Malaria (2019), Tuberkulose: Åse Bengård Andersen (tovholder), Isik Somuncu Johansen, Pernille Ravn, Christian Morberg Wejse, Ole Kirk, Michael Dalager-Pedersen, Troels Lillebæk og Mike Zangenberg Tuberkulose - diagnostik og behandling…

…rt forhøjet ved manglende miltfunktion som følge af splenektomi samt kongenit eller funktionel aspleni. Alvorlige infektioner skyldes primært Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae og Neisseria meningitidis. Risikoen for svær infektion ved malaria og dyrebid er også markant forhøjet. Vaccination, antibiotika profylakse/tidlig behandling og adækvat patient information er afgørende for forebyggelse af infektioner. Antibiotika behandling ved feber: Alle patienter med aspleni skal hav…

…om, men det er netop hvad en videreudvikling af artemisiner kan gøre. Det var derfor fuldt fortjent at Youyou Tu fra Kina modtog Nobel prisen 2015 for hendes opdagelse i 1970’erne at Artemisia annua fra traditionel kinesisk medicin havde effekt på malaria. De første kliniske forsøg blev udført i 1973 og længe var det vanskeligt at have adgang til disse lægemidler udenfor Kina. Nu har anvendelsen af intravenøs artesunate imidlertid erstattet kinin og er blevet standard i Europa ved svær malari…


Kalender [20]

21. marts, Fredericia
28. september 2023, Foredragssalen, Bygning 43, Statens Serum Institut
12. oktober 2022, Statens Institut for Folkesundhed og online
4. maj 2020, Statens Serum Institut
11. juni 2019, Frederiksberg Campus, Dyrlægevej 100, 1870 Frederiksberg
1. april 2019, København
8. maj 2017, København
13. april 2015, Statens Serum Institut
7. april 2014, Statens Serum Institut, København
2. april 2014, Cape Town, Sydafrika
3. maj 2013, Hindsgavl, Fyn
8. april 2013, Statens Serum Institut

Nyt fra tidsskrifterne [+20]

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Malaria Journal
20.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Malaria contributes substantially to the persistent burden of child deaths in sub-Saharan Africa. Accurate and comprehensive malaria mortality data are crucial to monitor the progress in reducing malaria incidence and mortality. Verbal Autopsy (VA) ascertains the cause of death despite its limitations leading to misclassification errors. Minimally Invasive Tissue Sampling (MITS) is being conducted i…
Malaria Journal
20.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Recommended since 2012 by the World Health Organization (WHO), seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) is a community-based intervention to prevent malaria in children in African regions where malaria transmission follows a seasonal pattern. Following the publication of consolidated WHO guidelines for malaria, SMC is expected to reach more children in new geographies in future years. Though SMC has b…
Science
19.07.2024
Science, Volume 385, Issue 6706, Page 252-254, July 2024.
Malaria Journal
18.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Thailand is approaching local elimination of malaria in the eastern provinces. It has successfully reduced the number of cases over the past decade, but there are persistent transmission hot spots in and around forests. This study aimed to use data from the malaria surveillance system to describe the spatiotemporal trends of malaria in Northeast Thailand and fine-scale patterns in locally transmitte…
Malaria Journal
18.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Livestock keeping is one of the potential factors related to malaria transmission. To date, the impact of livestock keeping on malaria transmission remains inconclusive, as some studies suggest a zooprophylactic effect while others indicate a zoopotentiation effect. This study assessed the impact of livestock management on malaria transmission risks in rural Tanzania. Additionally, the study explore…
Trends in Parasitology
18.07.2024
In 2004 the first annual BioMalPar meeting was held at EMBL Heidelberg, bringing together researchers from around the world with the goal of building connections between malaria research groups in Europe. Twenty years on it is time to reflect on what was achieved and to look ahead to the future.
Malaria Journal
17.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Asymptomatic malaria in pregnancy (AMiP) is a daunting public health problem with multifaceted adverse outcomes for mothers, fetuses, newborns and beyond. This study aimed to assess the prevalence and risk factors of AMiP and anaemia in Majang Zone, Gambella, Southwest Ethiopia. . . . Methods. A facility-based cross…
Malaria Journal
16.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Malaria remains a global health challenge, particularly in Peru's Loreto region. Despite ongoing efforts, high infection rates and asymptomatic cases perpetuate transmission. The Peruvian Ministry of Health’s “Zero Malaria Plan” targets elimination. This novel study combines microscopic, molecular, and serological techniques to assess transmission intensity, identify epidemiological risk facto…
Trends in Parasitology
16.07.2024
Leukocyte telomere length is a highly polygenic trait that has been associated with a complex range of lifestyle factors and disease risk. McQuillan et al.’s results comparing telomere length to malaria incidence rates suggest that infections may be another important factor, possibly through permanent shortening of telomeres in hematopoietic progenitor cells.
Trends in Parasitology
16.07.2024
…ry (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany. The meeting originated as part of a European network of excellence but has evolved to a world-leading conference on the biology and pathology of malaria parasites. Ally Olotu (Ifakara Health Institute, Tanzania) kicked off the conference this year with a keynote presentation on malaria prevention, emphasizing current and emerging vaccine strategies. Another highlight was the presentation of the BioMalPar Lifetime Achievement Award to Andy Waters (University of Glasgow, UK).
Malaria Journal
13.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Plasmodium falciparum is the dominant malaria species in the sub-Saharan Africa and the main cause of severe disease and death. Notwithstanding, severe malaria and death due to non-falciparum infections have been reported, but at much lower rates than P. falciparum infections. Following increasing use of molecular detection techniques in epidemiological studies, a higher prevalence of non-falciparum…
Malaria Journal
13.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. To interrupt residual malaria transmission and achieve successful elimination of Plasmodium falciparum in low-transmission settings, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends the administration of a single dose of 0.25 mg/kg (or 15 mg/kg for adults) primaquine (PQ) combined with artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT), without glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) testing. However, due…
Malaria Journal
11.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. While substantial gains have been made in the fight against malaria over the past 20 years, malaria morbidity and mortality are marked by inequality. The equitable elimination of malaria within countries will be determined in part by greater spending on malaria interventions, and how those investments are allocated. This study aims to identify potential drivers of malaria outcome inequality and to …
Malaria Journal
8.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Togo's National Malaria Control Programme has initiated an active home-based malaria management model for all age groups in rural areas of Bassar Health District. This report describes the model, reports its main results, and determines the factors associated with positive rapid diagnostic test results. . . . Methods. …
Malaria Journal
8.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Togo's National Malaria Control Programme has initiated an active home-based malaria management model for all age groups in rural areas of Bassar Health District. This report describes the model, reports its main results, and determines the factors associated with positive rapid diagnostic test results. . . . Methods. …
Malaria Journal
7.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Plasmodium vivax malaria is still an important public health problem in Ethiopia. Unlike Plasmodium falciparum, P. vivax has a dormant liver stage (hypnozoite) that can be a risk of recurrent vivax malaria unless treated by radical cure with primaquine. Drug resistance to chloroquine is threatening malaria control and elimination efforts. This study assessed the therapeutic efficacy and safety of ch…
Malaria Journal
7.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Plasmodium vivax malaria is still an important public health problem in Ethiopia. Unlike Plasmodium falciparum, P. vivax has a dormant liver stage (hypnozoite) that can be a risk of recurrent vivax malaria unless treated by radical cure with primaquine. Drug resistance to chloroquine is threatening malaria control and elimination efforts. This study assessed the therapeutic efficacy and safety of ch…
Malaria Journal
7.07.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Plasmodium vivax malaria is still an important public health problem in Ethiopia. Unlike Plasmodium falciparum, P. vivax has a dormant liver stage (hypnozoite) that can be a risk of recurrent vivax malaria unless treated by radical cure with primaquine. Drug resistance to chloroquine is threatening malaria control and elimination efforts. This study assessed the therapeutic efficacy and safety of ch…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
6.07.2024
by Faizul Akmal Abdul Rahim, Mohd Hatta Abdul Mutalip, Ahmad Mohiddin Mohd Ngesom, Mohd Amierul Fikri Mahmud, Norzawati Yoep . Background Despite significant reductions in recent malaria cases and deaths globally, the persistence of this health concern necessitates a shift from traditional top-down approaches. Consequently, malaria control initiatives increasingly focus on empowering local communities through community-centred strategies. Therefore, this scoping review protocol systematically explores dive…

Aktuelle smitsomme sygdomme [+20]

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Medscape Infectious Diseases
17.07.2024
The world's second vaccine against malaria was launched on Monday as Ivory Coast began a routine vaccine programme using shots developed by the University of Oxford and the. . Reuters Health Information
Medscape Infectious Diseases
14.06.2024
Data suggested that the administration of a single dose of a monoclonal antibody to school-aged children could reduce morbidity within this population. . Medscape Medical News
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
9.05.2024
This report describes an increase in cases of imported malaria in three U.S. southern border jurisdictions.
Statens Serum Institut
25.04.2024
Bekæmpelsen af malaria er i de senere år gået den forkerte vej. Det skyldes blandt andet øget resistens, følger af covid-19-pandemien, de globale klimaforandringer og faldende finansiering til malariabekæmpelse. Introduktionen af de første malariavacciner i mange afrikanske lande i 2024 er et lille lyspunkt.
Statens Serum Institut
20.03.2024
Statens Serum Institut skal teste en ny malariavaccine på forsøgsdeltagere i Mali. Forsøget skal vise, om vaccinen kan forhindre malariainfektion.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
12.02.2024
The vaccine protected children under the age of 1.5 years against infection with an efficacy of 68%-75%. . Medscape Medical News
Medscape Infectious Diseases
2.02.2024
A malaria vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and the Serum Institute of India prevented around three-quarters of symptomatic malaria cases in young children the. . Reuters Health Information
Eurosurveillance latest updates
2.02.2024
Airport malaria is uncommon but increasing in Europe and often difficult to diagnose. We describe the clinical, epidemiological and environmental investigations of a cluster of airport malaria cases and measures taken in response. Three Frankfurt International Airport employees without travel histories to malaria-endemic areas were diagnosed with Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Germany in 2022. Two cases were diagnosed within 1 week, and the third one after 10 weeks. Two cases had severe disease, all t…
Medscape Infectious Diseases
14.12.2023
The global status of malaria has been affected by factors such as the pandemic, which significantly disrupted malaria services, treatment, and diagnosis worldwide. . Medscape Medical News
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
12.10.2023
This report describes cases of locally acquired mosquito-transmitted malaria in Maryland in August2023.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
8.09.2023
This report describes eight cases of autochthonous malaria reported to CDC by health departments in Florida and Texas.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
28.06.2023
The federal health agency issued a nationwide warning on Monday to health providers and officials to be on the lookout for symptoms of the potentially fatal illness. . WebMD Health News
ProMED
3.05.2023
Malaria -- KenyaHealth experts have said that Western and Nyanza regions have recorded high numbers of malaria positivity cases in the survey conducted by the Ministry of Health.Speaking at Bungoma County Referral Hospital on Tuesday [25 Apr 2023] during World Malaria Day, Dr Charles Chege said that over the years Western and Nyanza regions have recorded high numbers of malaria cases. Chege is the head of the vector control national malaria program.He also said World Malaria Day is important because
ProMED
1.05.2023
Malaria -- Venezuela1. Recht J, Siqueira A M, Monteiro W M, et al. Malaria in Brazil, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela: current challenges in malaria control and elimination. Malar J. 2017; 16(273); .2. Grillet M E, Moreno J E, Hernández-Villena J V, et al. Malaria in Southern Venezuela: The hottest hotspot in Latin America. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2021; 15(1): e0008211; doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0008211.3. Forero-Peña D A, Carrión-Nessi F S, Chavero M, et al. The clinical-epidemiological profile of malaria
ProMED
30.04.2023
Malaria -- CambodiaNagaland has been witnessing a decrease in Malaria positive cases -- from 8479 in 2009 to only 5 in 2022 while malaria deaths is also down from 35 to zero during the same period, a health department official said.State Programme Officer, National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP), Dr Neisakho Kere said this while making a presentation during the observation of World Malaria Day on the theme 'Time to deliver zero Malaria: invest, innovate, implement' here on Tuesday [25 Apr
ProMED
28.04.2023
Malaria -- United StatesA 14-year-old Iowa middle schooler who earned the nickname 'Cheetah' for his speed on the football field has died of the mosquito-borne disease malaria.[SN] recently visited his home country of Liberia in West Africa for the 1st time in 8 years, and he began feeling sick 2 weeks after returning home to Iowa, according to the Metro Youth Football Association. He was diagnosed with malaria and was taken to Iowa City Children's Hospital, where he died Saturday [22 Apr 2023], the footbal…
Statens Serum Institut
25.04.2023
Det er FN’s internationale malariadag, World Malaria Day, den 25. april 2023. Dagen er en påmindelse om, at der skal gøres mere for at bekæmpe malaria, som stadig er en af verdens største globale dræbersygdomme. Og at vi har redskaberne til at gøre det.
ProMED
24.04.2023
Malaria -- Costa RicaIn a follow-up on the malaria outbreak situation in the Huetar Caribbean Region of Costa Rica, the Health Surveillance Directorate of the Ministry of Health reports a total of 115 positive cases of malaria in the Huetar Caribe region, with a total of 60 cases in Pococí, 51 in the canton of Limón, 2 in Matina, one in Guácimo, and one case in Siquirres.The distribution by sex is 70 men and 45 women with an age range of 20 to 39 years.The Ministry of Health, in conjunction with the
ProMED
21.04.2023
Malaria -- GhanaGhana has become the 1st country to approve a highly effective malaria vaccine developed at Oxford university in the UK.The R21/Matrix-M vaccine, the 1st to exceed the World Health Organization's target of 75% efficacy, has been cleared for use by Ghana's Food and Drugs Authority in children aged 5-36 months, the group at highest risk of death from malaria.Prof Adrian Hill, the director of the Jenner Institute, which is part of the Nuffield Department of medicine at Oxford University,
ProMED
19.04.2023
Malaria -- Saudi ArabiaAbstract--------Background: Malaria transmission was stopped on most of the vast area of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. However, the pandemic of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has negatively affected the efforts to control malaria. For instance, COVID-19 was reported to induce a relapse of malaria that is caused by _Plasmodium vivax_. Furthermore, physicians' attention toward COVID-19 can only result in neglect and delayed diagnosis of complicated malaria cases. These factors, among oth…

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