Comparative assessment of two Artemisinin based combinationTherapies in the treatment of Uncomplicated Malaria amongUniversity students in Nigeria

@inproceedings{OkontaMatthew2013ComparativeAO,
  title={Comparative assessment of two Artemisinin based combinationTherapies in the treatment of Uncomplicated Malaria amongUniversity students in Nigeria},
  author={J OkontaMatthew and O NdukaSunday and E IlodigweEmmanuel and U netohMaureen},
  year={2013}
}
Background: In line with the recommendation of artemisininbased combination therapy (ACT) by WHO in the effective treatment of uncomplicated malaria, African nations including Nigeria changed their malaria treatment policy to combination therapies. To date, about 15 African nations adopted artesunate /amodiaquine (AA) as their first line agent while Nigeria adopted artemether /lumefantrine (AL). Objective: The objective of this study is to compare the treatment outcome among patients treated… CONTINUE READING

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