Severe falciparum malaria in Gabonese children: clinical and laboratory features

  title={Severe falciparum malaria in Gabonese children: clinical and laboratory features},
  author={Arnaud Dzeing-Ella and Pascal C Nze Obiang and Rose Tchoua and Timothy D Planche and B{\'e}atrice Mboza and Monique Mbounja and Ulrich Muller-Roemer and Joseph Nicholas Jarvis and Eric Kendjo and Edouard Ngou-Milama and Peter Gottfried Kremsner and Sanjeev Krishna and Maryvonne Kombila},
  journal={Malaria Journal},
  pages={1 - 1}
Malaria continues to claim one to two million lives a year, mainly those of children in sub-Saharan Africa. Reduction in mortality depends, in part, on improving the quality of hospital care, the training of healthcare workers and improvements in public health. This study examined the prognostic indicators of severe falciparum malaria in Gabonese children. An observational study examining the clinical presentations and laboratory features of severe malaria was conducted at the Centre… CONTINUE READING
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