Pregnant women are more likely than nonpregnant women to become infected with malaria and to have severe infection the effects of malaria during pregnancy include. Knowledge attitudes and practices about malaria treatment and a literature review prepared for ministry of malaria in pregnancy.
J vect borne dis 44, june 2007, pp 98–104 maternal malaria during pregnancy and infant mortality rate: critical literature review and a new analytical approach.
Malaria in pregnancy: a literature review pregnant women are more likely than nonpregnant women to become infected with malaria and to have severe infection the effects of malaria during pregnancy include spontaneous abortion, preterm delivery, low birth weight, stillbirth, congenital infection, and maternal death. Review of literature 41 4 22 epidemiology of malaria in pregnancy epidemiology of malaria during pregnancy can be broadly described as (1).
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Home nursing literature review | factors associated with anemia in pregnancy among youlg and old women. Bergström s, fernandes a, schwalbach j, et al materno-fetal transmission of pregnancy malaria: an immunoparasitological study on 202 parturients in maputo gynecol obstet invest 1993 35:103 sholapurkar sl, gupta an, mahajan rc clinical course of malaria in pregnancy--a prospective controlled study from india trans r soc trop med hyg.
The malaria in pregnancy (mip) library is a bibliographic database that was created by the mip consortium in 2005 and is updated every four months using a standardized search protocol a bibliometric review was conducted of the contents of the library to determine dynamics in the type, content and volume of literature on malaria in.View