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Re-emergence of malaria in India.
  • V. Sharma
  • Medicine
  • The Indian journal of medical research
  • 1996
Malaria was nearly eradicated from India in the early 1960s but the disease has re-emerged as a major public health problem. Early set backs in malaria eradication coincided with DDT shortages. LaterExpand
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Adult and child malaria mortality in India: a nationally representative mortality survey
BACKGROUND National malaria death rates are difficult to assess because reliably diagnosed malaria is likely to be cured, and deaths in the community from undiagnosed malaria could be misattributedExpand
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Continuing challenge of infectious diseases in India
In India, the range and burden of infectious diseases are enormous. The administrative responsibilities of the health system are shared between the central (federal) and state governments. Control ofExpand
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Current scenario of malaria in India.
The Indian National Malaria Eradication Programme (NMEP) is reporting 2.5 to 3 million malaria cases, and about 1,000 malaria deaths annually. Malaria in the northeastern states is stable and in theExpand
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Studies on the Plasmodium vivax relapse pattern in Delhi, India.
A five-year epidemiologic study of patients attending a malaria clinic in Delhi was conducted to find the relapse rate of infections with Plasmodium vivax, its seasonal correlation between theExpand
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Anopheles fluviatilis complex: host feeding patterns of species S, T, and U.
The host feeding specificity of Anopheles fluviatilis sibling species S, T, and U was determined by analyzing blood meal source using countercurrent immunoelectrophoresis. A distinct difference inExpand
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Penetrating abdominal trauma.
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Epidemiology of malaria in pregnancy in central India
Analysis of three years of data from a malaria clinic operated by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in the Government Medical College Hospital in Jabalpur, central India, showed a highExpand
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Physiographic and entomologic risk factors of malaria in Assam, India.
Fever surveys were conducted in several districts of the Indian state of Assam to ascertain the prevalence of malaria in relation to vector abundance, entomologic inoculation rates (EIRs), andExpand
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Patterns of rainfall and malaria in Madhya Pradesh, central India
  • N. Singh, V. Sharma
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology
  • 1 June 2002
Abstract Some recent outbreaks of Plasmodium falciparum malaria have been attributed, at least in part, to increases in the intensity and duration of rainfall caused by the El Niño southernExpand
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