7 edition of Environmental factors and malaria transmission risk found in the catalog.
Environmental factors and malaria transmission risk
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Yazoumé Yé ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||RA644.M2 E573 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008030036|
Individual, household and environmental risk factors for malaria infection in Amhara, Oromia and SNNP regions of Ethiopia Author links open overlay panel Patricia M. Graves a Frank O. Richards a Jeremiah Ngondi a b Paul M. Emerson a Estifanos Biru Shargie c Tekola Endeshaw c Pietro Ceccato d Yeshewamebrat Ejigsemahu c Aryc W. Mosher a Afework Cited by: This study investigated potential risk factors associated with malaria transmission in Tubu village, Okavango subdistrict, a malaria endemic area in northern Botswana. Data was derived from a census questionnaire survey, participatory rural appraisal workshop, field observations, and mosquito museudelantoni.com by:
QUESTION. what socio-economic and environmental conditions contribute to the disease? ANSWER. Malaria transmission requires the presence of Anopheles mosquitoes; as such, conditions which favor the growth and persistence of these mosquitoes will also be hotspots for malaria transmission, provided the climate is also sufficiently warm for the development of the parasite within the mosquito. Malaria transmission and control: Human mobility, Resident cooperation is even more crucial when environmental manage- modality. These prac-tical reasons drive our current need for a solid understanding of the behav-ioural and social factors that influence malaria risk and that may inhibit or facilitate particular intervention.
Jul 23, · In congenital malaria, infected mothers transmit parasites to their child during pregnancy before or during delivery. Therefore, though congenital transmission is rare, health-care providers should be alert to the diagnosis of malaria in ill neonates and young infants, particularly those with fever. The greatest range of malaria transmission responses to environmental factors is observed at the catchment scale where seemingly contradictory associations between rainfall and malaria risk can be explained by hydrological and geomorphological processes that govern surface water body formation and Cited by:
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This dynamic model, driven by temperature and rainfall, successfully simulates seasonal vector abundance and also predicts successfully the monthly malaria museudelantoni.com book puts forward an innovative methodology and modelling used in practice to assess local scale malaria risk using environmental museudelantoni.com by: 1.
Nov 30, · This book addresses this issue by developing a dynamic malaria transmission model at a local (district) scale using appropriate environmental factors.
This dynamic model, driven by temperature and rainfall, successfully simulates seasonal vector abundance and also predicts successfully the monthly malaria museudelantoni.com by: 2. Environmental factors and malaria transmission risk: modelling the risk in a holoendemic area of Burkina Faso.
[Yazoumé Yé;] -- "This book has developed a malaria transmission model at a local (district) scale using appropriate environmental factors.
Review of 'Environmental factors and malaria transmission risk: Modelling the risk in a holoendemic area of Burkina Faso' by Yazoume Yé, Osman Sankoh, Bocar Kouyaté and Rainer Sauerborn. Y Yé, O Sankoh, B Kouyaté, and R Sauerborn. Environmental factors and malaria transmission risk: Modelling the risk in a holoendemic area of Burkina museudelantoni.com: Bart Gj Knols.
May 28, · Our observations suggested that environmental factors, and particularly the presence of water for Environmental factors and malaria transmission risk book around villages and houses, played a major role in determining the risk of malaria.
These observations were extended through an entomological study and a case–control study, to be published museudelantoni.com by: Yé Y, Sankoh O, Kouyaté B, Sauerborn R: Environmental factors and malaria transmission risk: Modelling the risk in a holoendemic area of Burkina museudelantoni.com Buy Environmental Factors and Malaria Transmission Risk: Modeling the Risk in a Holoendemic Area of Burkina Faso by Yazoumé Yé, Osman Sankoh, Bocar Kouyaté, Rainer Sauerborn (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Review of 'Environmental factors and malaria transmission risk: Modelling the risk in a holoendemic area of Burkina Faso' by Yazoume Ye, Osman Sankoh, Bocar Kouyate and Rainer Sauerborn.
Mar 04, · The objective of the present study was to identify, at a country scale (Ivory Coast), the environmental factors that are associated with clinical malaria among non-immune travellers, opening the way for a remote sensing-based counselling for malaria risk prevention among travellers.
Malaria transmission is multifactorial, and both environmental and socioeconomic risk factors should be included when assessing it. At municipality level, the most critical risk factors for high malaria transmission without parasite differentiation are the Gini index and the length of the wet museudelantoni.com: Tiago Canelas, Tiago Canelas, Carlos Castillo-Salgado, Oswaldo Santos Baquero, Helena Ribeiro.
Oct 15, · Malaria is a highly infectious disease spread primarily through mosquitoes. The five strains of malaria are caused by an infection by Plasmodium parasites, which are most commonly transmitted through the bite of the Anopheles mosquito. Given the nature of its transmission, several factors affect the spread of museudelantoni.com include climate, geographical location, and environmental.
Understanding the climatic and non-climatic factors that affect malaria transmission will help you to understand the risk of malaria in your village better. This kind of understanding will also be useful to you in monitoring, preventing, or controlling local malaria epidemics (Study Session 12).
Climate, environment and transmission of malaria Article in Le infezioni in medicina: rivista periodica di eziologia, epidemiologia, diagnostica, clinica e terapia delle patologie infettive 24(2.
The description of risk factors for malaria is extensive, though suffers from the numerous typographical errors thereby creating confusion. Parasite prevalence is not '% of infected person', and a description of the basic reproductive rate (R o) without explaining all its components doesn't museudelantoni.com: Bart Gj Knols.
It is known that temperature, humidity vegetation and vector breeding site play a critical role in malaria transmission; however, other environmental risk factors have also been identified. Risk maps have a tremendous potential to enhance the effectiveness of malaria-control museudelantoni.com by: 5.
Canelas et al. Keywords. Malaria, Spatial Analysis, Environmental Risk Factors, Malaria Transmission, Malaria Determinants. Introduction.
Despite substantial progress having made, malaria was a major global health problem still in and the cause. Environmental Factors: Some factors increase exposure to malaria, including a lack of protective clothing, exposed sleeping accommodations, lack of insect repellent, and lack of immunization, especially when traveling.
Malaria Risk factors The major risk factor for increasing malaria is to live in or to visit regions where the disease is common.
Feb 03, · The hidden environmental factors behind the spread of Zika and other devastating diseases seems to be another key enabler of malaria transmission in key to any malaria-risk.
risk for malaria infection. Each year, malaria causes more than million clinical cases and over two million deaths. Inchildren under the age of five accounted forof those deaths. The direct and indirect costs associated with malaria infections are enormous; costs were over billion dollars in in Africa alone.
Environmental Factors Some factors increase exposure to malaria, including a lack of protective clothing, exposed sleeping accommodations, lack of insect repellant, and lack of immunization. Especially when traveling, do your best to take proper precautions.Environmental Change and Malaria Risk Global and Local Implications.
Series: This book is the reflection of a workshop in which the potential impact of global change on malaria and other vector-borne diseases was discussed from different angles.
overview of socioeconomic and environmental factors associated with virus circulation Price Range: £ - £lack of appropriate control measures might be significant risk factors for malaria parasite burden .
Environmental factors such as the presence of bushes and stagnant water around homes, rainfall, low altitude and high temperatures favor the breeding of malaria vectors,Cited by: 7.