Geographical Distribution of Schistosomes and their Intermediate Hosts
Report on a large-scale attempt at control of bilharziasis by combined mass treatment and intensive snail control.
- F. Macdonald, V. V. Clarke, P. Gaddie, G. Atkinson
- The Central African journal of medicine
- 1 September 1973
A CAJM article on the large scale attempts to control of bilarziasis by way of mass treatment.
The metabolism of niridazole (AMBILHARR) in man. I. Investigations on patients suffering from clinically mild forms of Schistosoma haematobium and Schistosoma mansoni infection.
The combined treatment with levamisole and mebendazole for a perstans-like filarial infection in Rhodesia.
DOSAGE SCHEMES AND DOSAGE RESPONSE OF NIRIDAZOLE IN SCHISTOSOMIASIS
Schistosomiasis has developed into one of the most important human and economic problems in Rhodesia, and it is reliably estimated that three-quarters of the total population have active infections.… Expand
Field trial of hycanthone (Etrenol Winthrop) in the treatment of urinary and intestinal bilharziasis.
Treatment of bilharziasis with lucanthone hydro chloride has been well established for nearly 20 years. Its introduction represented a striking advance, as it was the first effective drug which… Expand
Chemical Control of Snails
Macroscopic and microscopic methods in the diagnosis of intestinal bilharziasis.
Trials with ambilhar (Ciba 32644-Ba) in the treatment of bilharziasis in Rhodesia.
The Mayfield experiment: an attempt to eliminate bilharziasis from a small community by repeated treatment of the infected people combined with intensive snail control.