MR Zaim

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Although vector control has proven highly effective in preventing disease transmission, it is not being used to its full potential, thereby depriving disadvantaged populations of the benefits of well tried and tested methods. Following the discovery of synthetic residual insecticides in the 1940s, large-scale programmes succeeded in bringing many of the(More)
Integrated vector management (IVM) is an acknowledged strategy of choice for the prevention and control of vector-borne diseases. The paper describes and documents the progress countries of the World Health Organization (WHO) Eastern Mediterranean Region have made in endorsing and translating the strategy into action at the national level. These include(More)
Diabetic foot disease is the leading cause of non-traumatic amputations of the lower limb, hence a major health care and socioeconomic burden. It has been found that most of the costs occur in the inpatient setting; therefore this study is to quantify the costs of managing inpatient diabetic foot infections (DFI). We treated 182 inpatients from May 2012(More)
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