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Imported bancroftian filariasis: diethylcarbamazine response and benzimidazole susceptibility of Wuchereria bancrofti in dynamic cross-border migrant population targeted by the National Program to
The implementation on the Thailand-Myanmar border of annual mass drug administration (MDA) of a single 6 mg/kg dose of diethylcarbamazine (DEC) plus 400mg albendazole, part of the National Program toExpand
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Efficacy of a single-dose treatment with 300 mg diethylcarbamazine and a combination of 400 mg albendazole in reduction of Wuchereria bancrofti antigenemia and concomitant geohelminths in Myanmar
BACKGROUND There seems to be a large magnitude of parasitic worm loads caused by nocturnally periodic Wuchereria bancrofti and geohelminths, in cross-border Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand. WeExpand
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Adverse reactions of 300 MG diethylcarbamazine, and in a combination of 400 MG albendazole, for a mass annual single dose treatment, in migrant workers in Phang Nga province.
BACKGROUND Foreign migrant workers with work permits in Thailand are given once a year 300 mg diethyl-carbamazine (DEC) for bancroftian filariasis, and 400 mg albendazole (ABZ) for helminthiasis.Expand
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OL-013 Imported bancroftian filariasis: diethylcarbamazine response and benzimidazole susceptibility of Wuchereria bancrofti in dynamic cross-border migrant population targeted for the national
Background: Imported bancroftian filariasis (IBF) caused by Wuchereria bancrofti (Wb) in crossborder Myanmar migrant workers has been targeted for multidose diethylcarbamazine (DEC) mass treatment asExpand
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Imported Bancroftian Filariasis: Parasitological and Serological Responses to a 300 mg Single-dose Diethylcarbamazine and Drug Resistance Monitoring -
One line approach of the National Program to Eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis (PELF) in Thailand during fiscal years 2002-2006 that focuses on multiple-dose diethylcarbamazine (DEC) mass treatment isExpand