Yong-bin Wang

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OBJECTIVE To analyze the endemic situation of malaria in Shanxian County, Shandong Province, China in the last 10 years, so as to understand the epidemiological characteristics of the disease and provide the evidence for the establishment of control strategy to eliminate malaria. METHODS The data related to the endemic situation of malaria in Shanxian(More)
Anopheles sinensis is one of the most important malaria vectors in China and other Southeast Asian countries. High levels of resistance have been reported in this species due to the long-term use of insecticides, especially pyrethroids, for public health and agricultural purposes. Knockdown resistance (kdr) caused by a single base pair mutation in the gene(More)
A total of 117 malaria patients were reported in Shandong Province, 2010 and the annual incidence was 0.13 per hundred thousand. Totally 23 cases of malaria were reported in Shanxian County, which was the most; and 6 patients who came back from Africa were reported in Daiyue County, which was the second. A total of 296 230 fever patients were examined with(More)
OBJECTIVE To understand the malaria situation of Shandong Province in 2013, so as to provide the evidence for formulating targeted prevention and control strategy and measures. METHODS The data of malaria cases of Shandong Province in 2013 were collected from the Information Management System for Infectious Diseases Report and Information Management(More)
This paper reports one case of atypical falciparum malaria imported from Africa, whose blood smear contains many large trophozoites, with punctiform or massive brown pigment granules, the body shape of the plasmodium is similar to that of Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium ovale. After the gene detection by PCR, the case was diagnosed as falciparum malaria. As(More)
OBJECTIVE To understand the current situation of infections of intestinal parasites of rural residents in four cities namely Dongying, Weifang, Jining and Heze of Shandong Province. METHODS Twenty-four villages were randomly selected as study areas. The Kato-Katz technique was applied to test the stool samples of adult residents and the cellophane tape(More)
OBJECTIVE To understand the infection status of intestinal parasites and related knowledge and behavior factors of the residents in north-west Shandong Province, so as to provide the evidence for taking targeted preventive measures. METHODS Eighteen villages were randomly selected as survey spots by the stratified multi-stage sample method. The Kato-Katz(More)
Characterization of foraging-site preferences of threatened and endangered species is a key component of effective habitat conservation. We studied foraging-site selection by the brown eared pheasant (Crossoptilon mantchuricum) in the Huanglongshan Nature Reserve, Yanan City, Shaanxi Province, China, from early February to end of May 2011. We identified(More)
OBJECTIVE To understand the awareness status of malaria control knowledge of primary and secondary school students in malaria endemic areas of Shandong Province, so as to provide the baseline information for formulating the malaria control strategy. METHODS A cross-sectional survey was conducted in 5 Type II malaria-endemic counties in Shandong Province.(More)