Myo Min

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Data collected in clinical trials have been used to develop scoring systems that identify adults with malaria at greatest risk of death. One of these, the RCAM score, can be simply determined by measuring a patient’s Glasgow Coma Score and respiratory rate on admission to hospital. However the safety of using the RCAM score to define high-risk patients has(More)
Positive deviance (PD) is an asset-based, community-driven approach to behaviour change that has successfully been applied to address many health and social problems. It is yet to have been assessed for malaria control but may represent a promising tool for malaria elimination given its suitability in targeting small and remote population groups, apparent(More)
There has been an impressive recent reduction in the global incidence of malaria, but the development of artemisinin resistance in the Greater Mekong Region threatens this progress. Increasing artemisinin resistance is particularly important in Myanmar, as it is the country in the Greater Mekong Region with the greatest malaria burden. If malaria is to be(More)
BACKGROUND A conservative approach to fluid resuscitation improves survival in children with severe malaria; however, this strategy has not been formally evaluated in adults with the disease. METHODS Adults hospitalised with malaria at two tertiary referral hospitals in Myanmar received intravenous fluid replacement with isotonic saline, administered at a(More)
  • Myo Min, Aung Yoon, Seok Chang, Jong-Un Won
  • 2012
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), also known as Ubiquitous Sensor network (USN) are two important wireless sensing technologies that have wide variety of applications and provide unlimited future potentials. RFID is used to detect presence and location of objects using radio-frequency waves and the ability to do(More)
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