Guidelines for treatment of Malaria

By Maimunat Alex-Adeomi Moderator | 16 Jan, 2017

Dear colleagues,

Following a question from a previous discussion on alternative treatment options for Malaria in a resource poor setting with chloroquine sensitivity and "intolerance", please see attached 3rd edition of WHO guidelines for treatment of Malaria.

While this might not totally address and acknowledge situations where the ACT is not used or readily available due to cost implications, I feel this is still useful guide to have.

Have a great week ahead!



Stephen Muleshe Replied at 2:24 AM, 17 Jan 2017

Many thanks for sharing


Dr. Stephen K. Muleshe *MBChB, MPH, PGD*
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Frederick Dun-Dery Replied at 3:24 AM, 17 Jan 2017

Thank you very much, Dr. Maimunat, for sharing this useful resource. It's great

Charity Ezeudu Replied at 3:57 AM, 17 Jan 2017

Thank you very much for sharing.

Muhammad Azeem Replied at 9:21 AM, 18 Jan 2017

Thanks for sharing this wonderful information. ..

zahid khan Replied at 9:41 AM, 18 Jan 2017

Very useful discussion....

Gonzo Manyasi Replied at 10:14 AM, 19 Jan 2017

Thank you for sharing this very useful publication. Even at a glance, it is a very detailed resource with provision for periodic updates!

Sungano Mharakurwa Moderator Replied at 10:16 AM, 19 Jan 2017

Ditto! Thanks Maimunat for sharing this excellent resource.

Pierre Bush, PhD Moderator Replied at 2:07 PM, 19 Jan 2017

Thank you Maimunat. This is a very useful resource.

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