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Malaria and Infectious diseases in AfricaN4


Editorial

Subject 1
The fight against malaria through a combined management approach of the febrile child in Sub-Saharan Africa
S. Maïga

Subject 2
Knowledge, attitude and practice of malaria in an isolated community on the atlantic coast of Lagos, Nigeria
B.M. Afolabi

Subject 3
Childhood malaria in a tropical environment: the use of chemotherapy in febrile attacks
S.M. Oulai, B.M.J. Tanon, K.J. Plo, M. Niangue-Beugre, M. Orega, M. Soro-Kone & J. Andoh

Subject 4
A retrospective analysis of data from the 1991 national malaria prevalence survey in Zimbabwe
T.W. Freeman & S.K. Chandiwana

Subject 5
Changes in parasitic density following treatment with injectable diluted quinine administered intrarectally in children with malaria
S.H. Boureima & M. Idrissa

Subject 6
Malaria parasitaemia in school children in Kumasi metropolis
G.K. Amofah & C. Adjei-Acquah

Subject 7
An ecological observation on malaria parasite prevalence in Ghana
W.A. Chinery

Subject 8
The optimum use of Quinine in the treatment of severe malaria in African children
G. Pasvol & A. Bonington

Subject 9
General protocol for the study of malaria transmission
J-F. Molez, R.T. Guiguemdé & A. Diop

Subject 10
Evaluation of the informative value of QBC in the diagnosis of malaria using the Spiegelhalter and Knill-Jones method
E. Bissagnené, J.B. Bali, K. Kouadio, J.B. Anguouan & A. Kadio

Subject 11
Fever during childbirth and congenital malaria in urban areas within the Camerouns: Epidemiological presentation
Tietche, D.E. Kam Kinyock, A. Same Ekobo, M. Wamba Temgoua & E. Mbonda

...Short notes...Courtes notes... Short notes...Courtes notes... Short notes...
Speech for the official launching of the Biomedical Research & Training Institute for Southern Africa. Dr Stephen Kuziva Chandiwana (Zimbabwe)

Speech for the official launching of the Biomedical Research & Training Institute for Southern Africa. Dr Timothy Stamps (Zimbabwe)


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