Paola B Marchesini

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  • Morakinyo Bamgboye, Afolabi, William R Nigeria, Brieger, Amadou Nigeria, Diallo +45 others
  • 2004
The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the World Health Organization concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Dotted lines on maps(More)
Studies in South-East Asia have suggested that early diagnosis and treatment with artesunate (AS) and mefloquine (MQ) combination therapy may reduce the transmission of Plasmodium falciparum malaria and the progression of MQ resistance. The effectiveness of a fixed-dose combination of AS and MQ (ASMQ) in reducing malaria transmission was tested in isolated(More)
Malaria in pregnancy Acknowledgements This document is a collaborative effort of the Global Malaria Programme and Making Pregnancy Safer departments of the World Health Organization (WHO) at Headquarters and the Malaria Control and Reproductive Health departments at the WHO Regional Offi ce for Africa, led by Juliana Yartey, Paola Marchesini and Bernard(More)
In Brazil, malaria remains a disease of major epidemiological importance because of the high number of cases in the Amazonian Region. Plasmodium spp infections during pregnancy are a significant public health problem with substantial risks for the pregnant woman, the foetus and the newborn child. In Brazil, the control of malaria during pregnancy is(More)
The development of diagnostic software is very critical in current generation automotive systems. software to be embedded in the ECU) are usually not supported by specialized tools and, as a consequence, not strictly integrated with other design phases (e.g., design of control and definition of control strategies and software). In this paper we discuss how(More)
Brazil is the largest country of Latin America, with a considerable portion of its territoritory within the malaria-endemic Amazon region in the North. Furthermore, a considerable portion of its territory is located within the Amazon region in the north. As a result, Brazil has reported half of the total malaria cases in the Americas in the last four(More)
Malaria remains a major public health problem, with half the world population at risk of contracting malaria. The effects of Plasmodium vivax on prosperity and longevity have been highlighted in several recent clinical case reports. The first line of vivax treatment drugs has seen no radical innovation for more than 60 years. This study introduces a subtle(More)
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