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Medscape Infectious Diseases Headlines, 28.03.2019
Tilføjet 30.03.2019 00:37
Artesunate Now First-Line Treatment for Severe Malaria in US
With quinidine discontinued and no longer available in the US, artesunate is now the first-line treatment for severe malaria in the US, according to the CDC.
Medscape Infectious Diseases Headlines, 20.08.2019
Tilføjet 20.08.2019 06:37
Crisis for Severe Malaria Treatment in United States
The last stocks of the only FDA-approved injectable drug for severe malaria expired in April, compassionate access to the only alternative is at least 8 hours away, and hospitals need emergency plans.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), 21.11.2019
Tilføjet 22.11.2019 11:48
Guidance for Using Tafenoquine for Prevention and Antirelapse Therapy for Malaria - United States, 2019
The Food and Drug Administration approved tafenoquine for prophylaxis of malaria and antirelapse therapy.
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 18.04.2019
Tilføjet 18.04.2019 07:59
PRO/AH/EDR> Dengue/DHF update (09): Asia, Pacific, Africa, research
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 21.11.2019
Tilføjet 22.11.2019 12:10
PRO/AH/EDR> Malaria - Americas: PAHO summary
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 8.08.2019
Tilføjet 09.08.2019 04:37
PRO/AH/EDR> Malaria - Burundi: national epidemic
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 27.07.2019
Tilføjet 27.07.2019 19:59
PRO/AH/EDR> Malaria - Venezuela: (AN)
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 23.07.2019
Tilføjet 24.07.2019 04:28
PRO/AH/EDR> Malaria, artemisinin resistance - Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 22.07.2019
Tilføjet 23.07.2019 07:30
PRO/AH/EDR> Malaria, avian - UK: (London) sparrow
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 25.06.2019
Tilføjet 25.06.2019 06:47
PRO/AH/EDR> Malaria, diphtheria - Venezuela: (MI) illegal gold mine
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 15.06.2019
Tilføjet 16.06.2019 01:30
PRO/AH> Malaria - Trinidad & Tobago: ex Venezuela, imported cases
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 30.07.2019
Tilføjet 31.07.2019 08:18
PRO/EDR> Malaria - India: (DL)
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 16.07.2019
Tilføjet 17.07.2019 07:57
PRO/EDR> Malaria - Malaysia (02): Pahang, resurgence
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 4.03.2019
Tilføjet 05.03.2019 06:30
PRO/EDR> Malaria, falciparum - Colombia: (CA)
HealthMap Global Disease Alerts, 1.06.2019
Tilføjet 02.06.2019 10:12
PRO> Malaria: transgenic fungus kills mosquitoes
WHO Disease Outbreak News, 14.11.2019
Tilføjet 14.11.2019 18:02
Rift Valley Fever – Republic of the Sudan
On 10 October 2019, the National IHR Focal Point for Sudan notified WHO of 47 suspected cases of Rift Valley Fever (RVF), including two deaths in Arb’aat Area, Towashan Village, in El Qaneb locality, Red Sea State. The suspected cases presented with high-grade fever, headaches, joint pain, vomiting. There were no hemorrhagic signs or symptoms observed. The first case presented to the health facility on 19 September 2019. On 28 September 2019, a total of 14 samples were sent to the National Public Health Laboratory in Khartoum, and 5 tested positive for RVF by Immunoglobulin M (IgM) enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR). These samples were also tested for malaria and were found negative.
Medscape Infectious Diseases Headlines, 6.05.2019
Tilføjet 06.05.2019 17:31
Severe Malaria: Only One Drug Option Remains
Patient with severe malaria? Call the CDC, rather than the pharmacy, to obtain artesunate.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), 16.05.2019
Tilføjet 10.11.2019 18:59
SURVEILLANCE SUMMARIES: Malaria Surveillance - United States, 2016
Malaria is endemic in many countries, and chemoprophylaxis is the best method of prevention.
Eurosurveillance: Most Recent Articles, 5.12.2019
Tilføjet 06.12.2019 07:04
Two cases of airport-associated falciparum malaria in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, October 2019
Two cases of presumably airport-acquired falciparum malaria were diagnosed in Frankfurt in October 2019. They were associated with occupation at the airport, and Plasmodium falciparum parasites from their blood showed genetically identical microsatellite and allele patterns. Both had severe malaria. It took more than a week before the diagnosis was made. If symptoms are indicative and there is a plausible exposure, malaria should be considered even if patients have not travelled to an endemic area.