Perennial transmission of malaria in the low altitude areas of Baringo County, Kenya
作者: Collince J. OmondiDaniel OnguruLucy KamauMark NanyingiGeorge Ong’amoBenson Estambale
作者单位: 1Kenyatta University
2Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology
3University of Nairobi
刊名: Malaria Journal, 2017, Vol.16 (1)
来源数据库: Springer Journal
DOI: 10.1186/s12936-017-1904-y
关键词: MalariaChildrenRDTRiverine
英文摘要: Malaria causes the greatest public health burden in sub-Saharan Africa where high mortality occurs mainly in children under 5 years of age. Traditionally, malaria has been reported mainly in the lowlands endemic regions of western Kenya, while the highlands of the Rift Valley have been relatively free except for the sporadic epidemics in some areas. Baringo County is located in the Kenyan highlands. The county generally experiences seasonal transmission of malaria. A few hotspots which experience continuous malaria transmission in the county do however exist. The objective of this study was to assess malaria infection status and identify areas with continuous transmissions with a view to mapping out probable transmission hot spots useful in mounting focused interventions within the county.
原始语种摘要: Malaria causes the greatest public health burden in sub-Saharan Africa where high mortality occurs mainly in children under 5 years of age. Traditionally, malaria has been reported mainly in the lowlands endemic regions of western Kenya, while the highlands of the Rift Valley have been relatively free except for the sporadic epidemics in some areas. Baringo County is located in the Kenyan highlands. The county generally experiences seasonal transmission of malaria. A few hotspots which experience continuous malaria transmission in the county do however exist. The objective of this study was to assess malaria infection status and identify areas with continuous transmissions with a view to mapping out probable transmission hot spots useful in mounting focused interventions within the county.
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影响因子:3.4 (2012)

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关键词翻译
关键词翻译
  • malaria 疟疾
  • transmission 传送
  • epidemics 列病
  • county 
  • sporadic 零星的
  • focused 聚焦的
  • altitude 高度
  • objective 接物镜
  • continuous 连续的
  • mounting 安装