Search e-TALC Index

The results of your search can be found below. To search again enter another term into the search box below the results. Please remember that best results are usually obtained with single word search terms. Alternatively, download the full index as an Excel file.

Articles matching the search phrase:

(e-TALC 11) A spoonful of sugar can help fight malaria
Article - TropIKA 26 February 2009 / TropIKA / Bobby Ramakant and Paul Chinnock

(e-TALC 7) Africa under threat: multi-drug resistant malaria swiftly on the rise (search under id21)
Article - id21 Research Highlight: 23 July 2004 / id21, id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, University of Sussex / Ambrose O. Talisuna

(e-TALC 11) Alternative form of artemether-lumefantrine for infants
Comment - Lancet 2008;372:1786-87 / The Lancet / Awash Teklehaimanot

(e-TALC 7) Amodiaquine for treating malaria (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - Cochrane Library Issue 4, 2004 - Click on Infectious Diseases Group / Cochrane Library / Olliaro P, Mussano P

(e-TALC 7) Antimalarial activity of artemisinins: identification of a novel target?
Article - Lancet 2003; 362: 2035-36 / The Lancet / Odile Mercereau-Puijalon

(e-TALC 7) Antipyretic measures for treating fever in malaria (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - Cochrane Library Issue 4, 2004 - Click on Infectious Diseases Group / Cochrane Library / Meremikwu M

(e-TALC 7) Artemether-lumefantrine for treating uncomplicated falciparum malaria (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - Cochrane Library Issue 4, 2004 - Click on Infectious Diseases Group / Cochrane Library / Omari AAA

(e-TALC 10) Artemisinin based combination treatments: a new hope for malaria control?
Newsletter - id21 Research Highlight: 16 June 2006 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Chantal Morel

(e-TALC 7) Artemisinin derivatives for treating severe malaria (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - Cochrane Library Issue 4, 2004 - Click on Infectious Diseases Group / Cochrane Library / McIntosh HM, Olliaro P

(e-TALC 7) Artemisinin derivatives for treating uncomplicated malaria (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - Cochrane Library Issue 4, 2004 - Click on Infectious Diseases Group / Cochrane Library / McIntosh HM, Olliaro P

(e-TALC 8) Artemisinin versus Nonartemisinin Combination Therapy for Uncomplicated Malaria: Randomized Clinical Trials from Four Sites in Uganda
Article - PLoS Med 2(7): e190. / Public Library of Science (PLoS) / Adoke Yeka

(e-TALC 7) Artesunate combinations for treatment of malaria: meta-analysis
Article - Lancet 2004; 363: 9–17 / The Lancet / International Artemisinin Study Group

(e-TALC 10) Assessing the impact of educational intervention for improving management of malaria and other childhood illnesses in Kibaha District - Tanzania
Article - East African Journal of Public Health Volume 4 Number 1 April 2007 / BioMed Central / Stephen E. D Nsimba

(e-TALC 2) Battle plan: new strategies for malaria prevention in Kenya
Article - id21 Health 2001 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Jo Lines

(e-TALC 3) Big risk? Malaria among pregnant women in low transmission areas
Article - id 21 Health 16 October 2002 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Asmus Hammerich

(e-TALC 7) Blood transfusion for treating malarial anaemia (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - Cochrane Library Issue 4, 2004 - Click on Infectious Diseases Group / Cochrane Library / Meremikwu M, Smith HJ

(e-TALC 10) BMJ Learning: Malaria: an update on treatment of adults in non-endemic countries
Article - BMJ 2006;333:241-245 29-Jul-06 / British Medical Journal (BMJ) / Whitty, CJM et al.

(e-TALC 10) Buying the best? Household malaria prevention in the Gambia
Newsletter - id21 Research Highlight: 18 July 2006 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Lesong Conteh

(e-TALC 10) Can poor people access effective malaria treatment in Tanzania?
Newsletter - id21 Research Highlight: 8 November 2006 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Joseph Njau

(e-TALC 10) Can Tanzanias malaria control strategy profit from private drug sellers?
Newsletter - id21 Research Highlight: 12 September 2006 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Patrick Kachur

(e-TALC 3) Casting the net – free bednets for pregnant Kenyan women
Article - id 21 Health 2 October 2002 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Helen Guyatt

(e-TALC 5) Ceiling fans: changes in house design reduce the risk of malaria
Article - id21 Health 2003 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Steve Lindsay

(e-TALC 7) Chloroquine or amodiaquine combined with sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine for treating uncomplicated malaria (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - Cochrane Library Issue 4, 2004 - Click on Infectious Diseases Group / Cochrane Library / McIntosh HM

(e-TALC 8) Chlorproguanil-dapsone for treating uncomplicated malaria (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - The Cochrane Library, 2004 Issue 4 - click on Whats new in this issue / Cochrane Library / Bukirwa H

(e-TALC 7) Chlorproguanil-dapsone for treating uncomplicated malaria (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - Cochrane Library Issue 4, 2004 - Click on Infectious Diseases Group / Cochrane Library / Bukirwa H

(e-TALC 5) Combination therapy for malaria in Africa: hype or hope?
Article - Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 2000, 78: 1378–1388 / World Health Organization (WHO) / Peter B. Bloland

(e-TALC 9) Combined drug to combat malaria
Article - MERA Issue 17, May 2005 - Africa Health 27(4), p6 / Africa Health / MERA /

(e-TALC 10) Commercial sales of mosquito nets save more lives in Africa
Newsletter - id21 Research Highlight: 15 December 2006 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Jayne Webster

(e-TALC 8) Comparison of chlorproguanil-dapsone with sulfadoxinepyrimethamine for the treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria in young African children: double-blind randomised controlled trial
Article - Lancet 2004; 363: 1843–48 / The Lancet / A Alloueche

(e-TALC 4) Controlling malaria in times of emergency: East Timor’s experience
Article - id21 Research Highlight: 17 March 2003 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / J H Kolaczinski

(e-TALC 9) Cost-Effectiveness Study of Three Antimalarial Drug Combinations in Tanzania
Article - PLoS Med 3(10): e373 / Public Library of Science (PLoS) / Virginia Wiseman

(e-TALC 10) Costs and effects of the Tanzanian national voucher scheme forinsecticide-treated nets
Article - Malaria Journal 2008, 7:32 / BioMed Central / Jo-Ann Mulligan

(e-TALC 11) Costs of treating malaria according to test results
Article - BMJ 2008;336:168-169 (26 January) / British Medical Journal (BMJ) / Bisoffi Z

(e-TALC 10) Curbing drug-resistant malaria: the availability of artemisinin monotherapies in Tanzania
Newsletter - id21 Research Highlight: 8 November 2006 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / S. Patrick Kachur

(e-TALC 10) Curtains and water container covers help control dengue mosquitoes
Newsletter - id21 Research Highlight: 23 October 2006 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Axel Kroeger

(e-TALC 10) Diagnosis and treatment of malaria
Article - BMJ 2007;334:375-376 24-Feb-07 / British Medical Journal (BMJ) / Talisuna, AO and Meya, DN

(e-TALC 7) Dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine against multidrug-resistant Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Vietnam: randomised clinical trial
Article - Lancet 2004; 363: 18–22 / The Lancet / Tran Tinh Hien

(e-TALC 7) Drugs for preventing malaria-related illness in pregnant women and death in the newborn (Cochrane Review)
Abstract - Cochrane Library Issue 4, 2004 - Click on Infectious Diseases Group / Cochrane Library / Garner P, Gülmezoglu AM

(e-TALC 9) Effect of malaria on HIV-1 progression and transmission
Comment - Lancet 2004; 364: 196 / The Lancet / James A G Whitworth

(e-TALC 9) Effectiveness trials in African children with malaria?
Article - Lancet 2005: 365: 1441 / The Lancet / Peter Gottfried Kremsner

(e-TALC 8) Efficacy of rectal artesunate compared with parenteral quinine in initial treatment of moderately severe malaria in African children and adults: a randomised study
Article - Lancet 2004; 363: 1598–605 / The Lancet / K I Barnes

(e-TALC 9) Emerging consensus in HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and access to essential medicines
Article - Lancet 2005; 365: 618–21 / The Lancet / Josh Ruxin

(e-TALC 9) Fighting malaria in urban Africa
Article - id21 Research Highlight: 10 November 2005 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Martin Donnelly

(e-TALC 10) Financing Mechanisms for Malaria
Report - Report of the All Party Parliamentary Malaria Group (APPMG) using evidence presented to the APPMG in 2006 / BioMed Central / Stephen O’Brien MP

(e-TALC 10) Gender and treatment-seeking for child malaria in Ghana
Newsletter - id21 Research Highlight: 21 July 2006 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Rachel Tolhurst

(e-TALC 1) Getting into deep water - malaria risks from microdams in Ethiopia
Article - id 21 Health 15 June 2001 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Tedros Ghebreyesus

(e-TALC 7) Getting the Fluid Balance Right in Malaria
Article - PLoS Med 1(1): e24 / Public Library of Science (PLoS) / Planche T,

(e-TALC 8) Ghana battles drug-resistant malaria with artesunate
Article - Lancet 2004; 363: 1372 / The Lancet / Santuah Niagia

(e-TALC 6) Going the distance – measuring physical access to malaria services in Kenya
Article - id21 Research Highlight: 12 January 2004 / id21. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex / Abdisalan Mohamed Noor

(e-TALC 10) Guidelines and mindlines: why do clinical staff over-diagnose malaria in Tanzania? A qualitative study
Article - Malaria Journal 2008, 7:53 / BioMed Central / Clare IR Chandler

Page: 1  2  3  4  

SEARCH AGAIN

Teaching-aids At Low CostBooks and CD-ROMs sold by TALC
Layout image
About TALC | Donate | e-TALC | Work with Us | Shop | Contact
> About TALC
> Shop
> Donate
> Work with Us
> e-TALC

> News
 
> Home
> Contact
> Terms of Use
> Site Map