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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 [1]

… Nielsen Influenza, Inspektorordningen i Sundhedsstyrelsen: Hanne Arildsen, Thomas Benfield Kronisk viral hepatitis: Nina Weis, Peer B Christensen, Alex Lund Laursen Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B og C guidelines, Malaria: Carsten Schade Larsen, Lasse Skafte Vestergaard, Peter Ellekvist, Signe Maj Sørensen og Kim David Malaria, Meningitis og encephalitis: Anne Mette Lebech, Christian Brandt, Lykke Larsen, Jacob Bodilsen, Lothar Wiese, Birgitte R…


Kalender [16]

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

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BMJ Open
6.07.2022
. Objective. This study assessed the correlates of late initiation and underutilisation of the WHO’s recommended eight or more antenatal care visits among women in Ghana. . Design. We analysed secondary data from 2163 women in the 2019 Ghana Malaria Indicator Survey, which collected data on malaria and antenatal care indicators among women of reproductive age across the previous 10 regions of Ghana. . Setting and participants. Women of reproductive age across the 10 regions of Ghana. . Main …
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
6.07.2022
…artnership for Research on Ebola VACcinations extended follow-UP and clinical research capacity build-UP (PREVAC-UP) study being undertaken in Mambolo, northern Sierra Leone, participants are being followed up to assess the potential impact of exposure to malaria and/or helminth infections on long-term immune response to two Ebola vaccines. To support the development of the assays that will be used in this evaluation, a parasitological survey was conducted in Mambolo between November 2019 and February 2020.…
Malaria Journal
2.07.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Malaria in Cambodia has decreased by 90.8% between 2010 and 2020, driven by the commitment of the National Center for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria (CNM) and the achievements of the roll-out of a village malaria worker programme. However, in the first seven months of 2018, CNM identified a 207% increase (11,969 to 36,778) in confirmed malaria cases compared to the same months in the previ…
BMJ Open
30.06.2022
. Introduction. Plasmodium knowlesi malaria is a zoonotic mosquito-borne disease with complex epidemiology. According to the WHO, the prevention and control of vector-borne diseases require community participation to increase coherence between malaria interventions and sustainable public health programmes. We describe a participatory research (PR) design for a study aimed at exploring the key anthropological drivers of and barriers to zoonotic malaria preventive behaviour among communities exposed to P. k…
Malaria Journal
29.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Rapid emergence of Plasmodium resistance to anti-malarial drug mainstays has driven a continual effort to discover novel drugs that target different biochemical pathway (s) during infection. Plasma membrane Calcium + 2 ATPase (PMCA4), a novel plasma membrane protein that regulates Calcium levels in various cells, namely red blood cell (RBC), endothelial cell and platelets, represents a new b…
Trends in Parasitology
29.06.2022
The Plasmodium liver stage represents a vulnerable therapeutic target to prevent disease progression as the parasite resides in the liver before clinical representation caused by intraerythrocytic development. However, most antimalarial drugs target the blood stage of the parasite's life cycle, and the few drugs that target the liver stage are lethal to patients with a glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency. Furthermore, implementation of in vitro liver models to study and develop novel therapeutics a…
Malaria Journal
29.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Independent emergence and spread of artemisinin-resistant Plasmodium falciparum malaria have recently been confirmed in Africa, with molecular markers associated with artemisinin resistance increasingly detected. Surveillance to promptly detect and effectively respond to anti-malarial resistance is generally suboptimal in Africa, especially in low transmission settings where therapeutic efficacy…
Malaria Journal
27.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. An estimated 1.5 billion malaria cases and 7.6 million malaria deaths have been averted globally since 2000; long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) have contributed an estimated 68% of this reduction. Insufficient funding at the international and domestic levels poses a significant threat to future progress and there is growing emphasis on the need for enhanced domestic resource mobilization. Th…
Malaria Journal
27.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. In Burkina Faso, malaria remains the first cause of medical consultation and hospitalization in health centres. First-line case management of malaria in the country’s health facilities is based on the use of artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT). To optimize the use of these anti-malarial drugs in the perspective of mitigating the emergence of artemisinin resistance, which is a serious t…
Malaria Journal
27.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Malaria is an infectious disease considered as one of the biggest causes of mortality in endemic areas. This life-threatening disease needs to be quickly diagnosed and treated. The standard diagnostic tools recommended by the World Health Organization are thick blood smears microscopy and immuno-chromatographic rapid diagnostic tests. However, these methods lack sensitivity especially in cases o…
Lancet Infectious Diseases
24.06.2022
The Fx012-14 regimen was not superior to the standard regimen over 12 months after dose three. All RTS,S/AS01E regimens provided substantial, similar protection against clinical malaria, suggesting potential flexibility in the recommended dosing regimen and schedule. This, and the effect of annual boosters, will be further evaluated through 50 months of follow-up.
BMJ Open
23.06.2022
. Objectives. To estimate the cost and cost effectiveness of reactive case detection (RACD), reactive focal mass drug administration (rfMDA) and reactive focal vector control (RAVC) to reduce malaria in a low endemic setting. . Setting. The study was part of a 2x2 factorial design cluster randomised controlled trial within the catchment area of 11 primary health facilities in Zambezi, Namibia. . Participants. Cost and outcome data were collected from the trial, which included 8948 community members …
Malaria Journal
23.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. India has made considerable progress in malaria reduction over the past two decades, with government-sponsored indoor residual spraying (IRS) and insecticide-treated bed net (ITN) or long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN) distribution being the main vector-related prevention efforts. Few investigations have used non-participant observational methods to assess malaria control measures while they w…
Malaria Journal
23.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) often causes atypical clinical manifestations similar to other infectious diseases. In malaria-endemic areas, the pandemic situation will very likely result in co-infection of COVID-19 and malaria, although reports to date are still few. Meanwhile, this disease will be challenging to diagnose in areas with low malaria prevalence because the symptoms closely re…
Clinical Infectious Diseases
22.06.2022
AbstractBackgroundIntermittent preventive treatment (IPTp) to pregnant women with sulfadoxine–pyrimethamine (SP) is widely implemented for the prevention of malaria in pregnancy and adverse birth outcomes. The efficacy of SP is declining and there are concerns that IPTp may have reduced impact in areas of high resistance. Here we sought to determine the protection afforded by SP as part of IPTp against birth outcomes in an area with high levels of SP resistance on the Kenyan coast.MethodsA secondary analy…
Malaria Journal
21.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Malaria in pregnancy doubles the risk of low birthweight; up to 11% of all neonatal deaths in sub-Saharan Africa are associated with malaria in pregnancy. To prevent these and other adverse health consequences, the World Health Organization recommends administering intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy (IPTp) with sulfadoxine–pyrimethamine for all pregnant women at each antenatal care…
Malaria Journal
21.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Cerebral malaria (CM) results in significant paediatric death and neurodisability in sub-Saharan Africa. Several different alterations to typical Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound (TCD) flow velocities and waveforms in CM have been described, but mechanistic contributors to these abnormalities are unknown. If identified, targeted, TCD-guided adjunctive therapy in CM may improve outcomes. …
Malaria Journal
21.06.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Important knowledge gaps exist in the understanding of the management of the risks of imported malaria in Canada among Francophone immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa (FISSA). The aim of this cross-sectional study was to investigate the malaria related-knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) of FISSA in Edmonton, where these immigrants are in an official minority language situation and the impact…

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ProMED
29.05.2022
Malaria --
ProMED
28.05.2022
Malaria -- Thailand
Medscape Infectious Diseases
25.05.2022
The parasite's complex biology played a role in the delay, but experts say there was also a lack of urgency and funding. .
ProMED
3.05.2022
Malaria -- Burundi
ProMED
1.05.2022
Malaria --
Statens Serum Institut
25.04.2022
I dag er det FN’s internationale malariadag, World Malaria Day, og dagen er en påmindelse om, at malaria stadig er en af verdens største globale dræbersygdomme.
ProMED
23.04.2022
Malaria --
Eurosurveillance latest updates
21.04.2022
We report an outbreak investigation of two fatal cases of autochthonous Plasmodium falciparum malaria that occurred in Belgium in September 2020. Various hypotheses of the potential source of infection were investigated. The most likely route of transmission was through an infectious exotic Anopheles mosquito that was imported via the international airport of Brussels or the military airport Melsbroek and infected the cases who lived at 5 km from the airports. Based on genomic analysis of the parasite…
Medscape Infectious Diseases
18.04.2022
Next-generation vaccines, and a lot more money, are needed now to crack the stalemate in the fight against malaria. .
ProMED
10.04.2022
Malaria -- MozambiqueHealth authorities in Niassa province are worried about the increase in deaths from malaria. In the first 3 months of this year [2022], the province recorded 40 deaths from the disease. This represents an increase of around 29% compared with the same period last year [2021], when around 109 000 cases and 34 deaths were recorded.Director of the provincial health service, José Manuel, said that the provincial government was developing a strategic plan for the distribution of mosquito net…
Medscape Infectious Diseases
3.02.2022
Would preventing malaria in young children delay functional immunity? .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
26.01.2022
Resistance to the drug artemisinin was confirmed in Africa. Without better surveillance, it is hard to track the threat. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
3.12.2021
The four-dose vaccine, advanced by landmark COVID-19 prevention efforts, is an achievement that scientists have been painstakingly working toward for decades.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
9.11.2021
Why has developing an effective malaria vaccine been so elusive? Three experts from the University of Maryland Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health explore some of the challenges.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
8.10.2021
The burden of P vivax may be even greater burden than that of the more familiar P falciparum over the long term.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
6.10.2021
The World Health Organization said on Wednesday the only approved vaccine against malaria should be widely given to African children, potentially marking a major advance against a disease that kills hundreds of thousands of people annually.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
17.09.2021
The drug, which was approved by the FDA last year, is an initial treatment of severe malaria in adults and children.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
31.08.2021
The study found the combination reduces the incidence of malaria by 62% against clinical malaria infection, 70% against severe malaria, and 73% against death from malaria compared with SMC alone.
ProMED
15.08.2021
Malaria -- Worldwide/UnknownBackgroundAdditional interventions are needed to reduce the morbidity and mortality caused by malaria. MethodsWe conducted a two-part, phase 1 clinical trial to assess the safety and pharmacokinetics of CIS43LS, an antimalarial monoclonal antibody with an extended half-life, and its efficacy against infection with _Plasmodium falciparum_. Part A of the trial assessed the safety, initial side-effect profile, and pharmacokinetics of CIS43LS in healthy adults who had never had malar…
Medscape Infectious Diseases
13.08.2021
The small clinical trial is the first to show an antibody capable of preventing malaria in people.

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