The risk of treatment failure after 28 days of follow-up was 26

The enrolled children were diagnosed 329 of 601 with at least 1 episode of uncomplicated malaria and 687 episodes of Plasmodium falciparum malaria were treated with the study medication. The risk of treatment failure after 28 days of follow-up was 26.1 % with amodiaquine and sulfadoxine – pyrimethamine, amodiaquine and artesunate 4 %, 7 % for artemether-lumefantrine . If only treatment failure by recrudescent parasites were considered, the risks of failure, 14.1 %, 6 % and 1.0 % for the same order of the study drugs were are. There were no deaths or cases of severe malaria. Significant reductions in anemia and asymptomatic parasitemia were observed. – ‘Given the availability of resources such as light microscopy and rapid diagnostic tests, as well as an increase in funds through programs like the Global Fund and President Malaria Initiative, it seems that improved malaria management, with evaluation and diagnosis – treatment for all febrile children, is a reasonable goal for Africa. Continued exploration malarial diagnosis, optimal malaria regimes, sustainable methods for drug delivery , and integration of treatment with prevention strategies will be necessary to establish an effective and sustainable malaria control policy, ‘the authors conclude.

Scholarship Dorsey, of the University of California, San Francisco, and colleagues, the three leading available combination therapies for the treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria examined and compared their efficacy, of failure and tolerability. The clinical study , conducted between November 2004 and June 2006, included 601 healthy children from an urban community in Kampala, the children were randomized to receive 1 of 3 combination therapies obtained when they were diagnosed with their first episode of uncomplicated malaria. The participants were followed up for 13-19 months.

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