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an infective disease caused by sporozoan parasites that are transmitted through the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito

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According to the study published late last month in the Malaria Journal, a clear understanding of the dynamics within communities where anti-malarial drugs are being introduced is critical.
19 ( ANI ): Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu Naidu, on Friday instructed the state health officials to use flying drones for spraying anti-malarial medicines over vast areas in order to make the state disease-free within a year.
4 It has been hypothesized that ARDS is secondary to an exacerbated inflammatory response after commencement of anti-malarial therapy.
Their concerns heightened after a recent unrelated incident in which about 30 children who received an injection of an anti-malarial drug in a dispensary in western Kenya appeared to be paralyzed.
The CDC, Peace Corps Office of Medical Services and MED agree--and research shows--that the benefits of taking anti-malarial medications far outweigh potential side effects or the risks associated with infection.
4 million people in Sierra Leone with anti-malarial drugs to ease the strain on the healthcare system and allow Ebola cases to be identified more easily.
During the past 50 years, the Cambodia-Thailand border area has become the birthplace of anti-malarial drug resistance.
Delivered to a mental hospital, where he was assumed to be a junkie, he was eventually diagnosed with amnesia--a bad reaction to an anti-malarial drug.
By BRYNMOR PATTISON SINN Fein has raised concerns about the use of an anti-malarial drug by the Defence Forces serving abroad.
North East company QuantuMDx is developing the affordable, smartphone-like device which will analyse the DNA of malaria strains and diagnose susceptibility to anti-malarial drugs.
Low-quality and fake anti-malarial drugs flooding into markets in Asia and Africa are driving drug resistance and threatening gains made in the fight against the disease in the past decade, according to a study by global health experts.
Medical experts have recommended folic acid injection to treat the affected patients after it was revealed in a lab report that one of the cardiac drug, Isotab, contaminated with an anti-malarial medicine.
Government investigator Akbar Baluch said on Thursday that tests from a laboratory in London showed that tablets produced in the facility contained massive doses of anti-malarial medicine that poisoned heart patients.