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Title Interventions to improve antimalarial use / edited by M. Gomes & L. Pang.
Imprint Geneva : World Health Organization, c1998.

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 Main Stacks  RC159.A5 I58 1998    AVAILABLE
Description 73 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Bulletin of the World Health Organization ; v. 76, suppl. no. 1.
Bulletin of the World Health Organization. Supplement ; v.76, no. 1.
Note In English, preface and summaries in English and French.
Subject Malaria -- Chemotherapy.
Public health -- Southeast Asia.
Antimalarials -- therapeutic use -- Asia, Southeastern.
Malaria -- drug therapy -- Asia, Southeastern.
Contents Intervention to improve the use of antimalarials in South-East Asia : an overview / M. Gomes, S. Wayling, & L. Pang -- The effect of drug packaging on patients' compliance with treatment for Plasmodium vivax malaria in China / Li Qingjun, Duan Jihui, Tang Laiyi, Zhang Xiangjun, Liang Jun, A. Hay, S. Shires, & V. Navaratnam -- Childhood malaria in the Lao People's Democratic Republic / O Anothay & T. Pongvongsa -- Influence of blister packaging on the efficacy of artesunate + mefloquine over artesunate alone in community-based treatment of non-severe falciparum malaria in Myanmar / Tin Shwe, Myint Lwin, & Soe Aung -- Improving compliance with quinine + tetracycline for treatment of malaria : evaluation of health education interventions in Cambodian villages / M.B.. Denis -- Use and quality of antimalarial drugs in the private sector in Viet Nam / Le Dinh Cong, Pham Thi Yen, Truong Van Nhu, & Le Nguyen Binh -- compliance with artesunate and quinine + tetracycline treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria in Thailand / W. Fungladda, E.R. Honrado, K. thimasarn, D. Kitayaoporn, J. Karbwang, P. Kamolratanakul, & R. Masngammueng -- Initial evaluation of low-dose phenobarbital as an indicator of compliance with antimalarial drug treatment / J. Karbwang, F. Fungladda, C.E. Pickard, S. Shires, A. Hay, & M. Feely.
Other Author Gomes, M.
Pang, L. (Lillian)
World Health Organization.