Design of a study to determine the impact of insecticide resistance on malaria vector control: a multi-country investigation

@inproceedings{Kleinschmidt2015DesignOA,
  title={Design of a study to determine the impact of insecticide resistance on malaria vector control: a multi-country investigation},
  author={I. Kleinschmidt and Abraham Peter Mnzava and Hmooda Toto Kafy and Charles M Mbogo and Adam Ismail Bashir and Jude Daiga Bigoga and Alioun Ad{\'e}choubou and Kamaraju Raghavendra and Tessa Bellamy Knox and E M Malik and Zinga Jos{\'e} Nkuni and Nabie Bayoh and Eric Ochomo and Etienne Fondjo and Celestin Kouambeng and Herman-Parfait Awono-Amb{\'e}n{\'e} and Josiane Etang and Martin C. Akogb{\'e}to and Rajendra Mohan Bhatt and Dipak Kumar Swain and Teresa Kinyari and Kiambo Njagi and Lawrence N. Muthami and Krishanthi S Subramaniam and John Bradley and Philippa A. West and Achile Massougbodji and Mariam Ok{\^e}-Sopoh and Aurore Hounto and Khalid Abdelmutalab Elmardi and Neena Valecha and Luna W. Kamau and Evan M. Mathenge and Martin James Donnelly},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2015}
}
Progress in reducing the malaria disease burden through the substantial scale up of insecticide-based vector control in recent years could be reversed by the widespread emergence of insecticide resistance. The impact of insecticide resistance on the protective effectiveness of insecticide-treated nets (ITN) and indoor residual spraying (IRS) is not known. A multi-country study was undertaken in Sudan, Kenya, India, Cameroon and Benin to quantify the potential loss of epidemiological… CONTINUE READING
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