Jian Jiang Wang

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BACKGROUND Malaria has re-emerged in Anhui Province, China, and this province was the most seriously affected by malaria during 2005-2006. It is necessary to understand the spatial distribution of malaria cases and to identify highly endemic areas for future public health planning and resource allocation in Anhui Province. METHODS The annual average(More)
BACKGROUND Malaria still represents a significant public health problem in China, and the cases dramatically increased in the areas along the Huang-Huai River of central China after 2001. Considering spatial aggregation of malaria cases and specific vectors, the geographical, meteorological and vectorial factors were analysed to determine the key factors(More)
Malaria re-emerged in the Huang-Huai Plain of central China during 2006–2008, dominated with Anopheles sinensis as a vector. However, there is no information on strategies based on multi-factor analysis to effectively control the re-emergence of malaria in these areas. Previous experience indicates some relationship between the distribution of water bodies(More)
Secure e-mailing between Kaiser Permanente physicians and patients is widespread; primary care providers receive an average of 5 e-mails from patients each workday. However, on average, secure e-mailing with patients has not substantially impacted primary care provider work-loads. Secure e-mail has been associated with increased member retention and(More)
OBJECTIVES To describe the risk factors associated with death in pregnant women with severe pandemic H1N1 infection. DESIGN Case-control study. SETTING Anhui, China. PARTICIPANTS A total of 46 pregnant women with severe pandemic H1N1 infection were studied during June 2009-April 2011. PRIMARY AND SECONDARY OUTCOME MEASURES All the cases were(More)
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