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Measurement of trends in childhood malaria mortality in Africa: an assessment of progress toward targets based on verbal autopsy.
- E. Korenromp, B. Williams, E. Gouws, C. Dye, R. Snow
- The Lancet. Infectious diseases
- 1 June 2003
Reduction of deaths associated with malaria in children is a primary goal of malaria control programmes in Africa, but there has been little discussion about how changes in mortality will be… Expand
Initial evidence of reduction of malaria cases and deaths in Rwanda and Ethiopia due to rapid scale-up of malaria prevention and treatment
BackgroundAn increasing number of malaria-endemic African countries are rapidly scaling up malaria prevention and treatment. To have an initial estimate of the impact of these efforts, time trends in… Expand
Pediatric mortality in Africa: plasmodium falciparum malaria as a cause or risk?
The disability adjusted life year (DALY) approach of defining cause-specific health burdens is becoming the benchmark for international disease control prioritization. For malaria, this categorical… Expand
The burden of malaria mortality among African children in the year 2000.
BACKGROUND Although malaria is a leading cause of child deaths, few well-documented estimates of its direct and indirect burden exist. Our objective was to estimate the number of deaths directly… Expand
Determinants of the impact of sexually transmitted infection treatment on prevention of HIV infection: a synthesis of evidence from the Mwanza, Rakai, and Masaka intervention trials.
- E. Korenromp, R. White, +7 authors R. Hayes
- The Journal of infectious diseases
- 1 February 2005
Community-randomized trials in Mwanza, Tanzania, and Rakai and Masaka, Uganda, suggested that population characteristics were an important determinant of the impact of sexually transmitted infection… Expand
Expanding ART for Treatment and Prevention of HIV in South Africa: Estimated Cost and Cost-Effectiveness 2011-2050
Background Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) significantly reduces HIV transmission. We conducted a cost-effectiveness analysis of the impact of expanded ART in South Africa. Methods We model a best… Expand
Model-based evaluation of single-round mass treatment of sexually transmitted diseases for HIV control in a rural African population
Objectives:To compare the impact of single-round mass treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STD), sustained syndromic treatment and their combination on the incidence of HIV in rural Africa.… Expand
Impact of malaria control on childhood anaemia in Africa – a quantitative review
- E. Korenromp, J. Armstrong-Schellenberg, B. Williams, B. Nahlen, R. Snow
- Tropical medicine & international health : TM…
- 1 October 2004
Objective To review the impact of malaria control on haemoglobin (Hb) distributions and anaemia prevalences in children under 5 in malaria‐endemic Africa.
Can Population Differences Explain the Contrasting Results of the Mwanza, Rakai, and Masaka HIV/Sexually Transmitted Disease Intervention Trials?: A Modeling Study
- Richard G. White, K. Orroth, +9 authors R. Hayes
- Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes
- 1 December 2004
Objective:To determine whether population differences can explain the contrasting impacts on HIV observed in the Mwanza trial of sexually transmitted disease (STD) syndromic treatment (ST), the Rakai… Expand