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1. Hematological changes in Sudanese patients with Falciparum malaria attending Elnihoud Teaching Hospital
Abdelnassir M. Ahamed, Hafiz Ahmed Hobiel, Gad Allah Modawe, Mohammed Saeed Elsammani
Sudan Journal of Medical Sciences. 2019 14(1):24-30

2. Prevalence, predictors, and perceived susceptibility to placental malaria parasitemia among pregnant women in a tertiary hospital in South-Western Nigeria
A.O. Fehintola, F.O. Fehintola, B. Bakare, E.O. Ayegbusi, A.D Ajiboye, O.E Babalola, O.M. Loto
Nigerian Journal of Surgery. 2019 7(4):280-289

3. The risk factors for malaria in under-fives in Gindiri community of Mangu Local Government Area, Plateau State
O.Y. Sodipo, D Gwomson, M.P. Chingle, W.P. Bupwatda
Jos Journal of Medicine. 2019 13(1):2-12

4. Re: Musings on malaria morbidity and mortality after the new Mosquirix® vaccine
Kwaku Poku Asante, Keziah Malm, Delise Mimi Darko, Kwadwo A. Koram
Ghana Medical Journal. 2019 53(3):252-253

5. Factors affecting treatment practices of patent medicine vendors for malaria in under-five children: implications for malaria control in Nigeria
Chukwuemeka A. Ihesie, Ofonime E. Johnson, Olugbemi O. Motilewa, Queen M. Umoren
Ghana Medical Journal. 2019 53(3):237-247

6. Musings on malaria morbidity and mortality after the new Mosquirix® vaccine
Adziri H. Sackey
Ghana Medical Journal. 2019 53(2):187-188

7. Adherence to antimalarial drug policy among doctors in Delta State, Nigeria: implications for malaria control
Irikefe P. Obiebi
Ghana Medical Journal. 2019 53(2):109-116

8. Malaria vaccine deployment in Africa: focus on Ghana
Kwaku Poku Asante, Fred N. Binka, Kwadwo A. Koram
Ghana Medical Journal. 2019 53(2):90-91

9. Prevalence and Associated Factors of Malaria among Febrile Children in Afar Region, Ethiopia: A Health Facility Based Study
Abay Woday, Ahmed Mohammed, Abel Gebre, Kusse Urmale
Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences. 2019 29(5):

10. The risk of transfusion transmitted malaria and the need for malaria screening of blood donors in Abuja, Nigeria
C.M. Ezeonu, N.U. Adabara, S.A. Garba, F.A. Kuta, E.E. Ewa, P.O. Oloruntoba, Z Atureta
African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology. 2019 20(3):195-201

11. Responses of selected inflammatory, kidney and liver function markers in Serum of Nigerian Children with Severe Falciparum Malaria to treatment with artesunate/artemether-lumefantrine combination therapy
C.A. Okoli, A. Igunnu, S.O. Malomo, J.O. Adebayo, S. Oguche
African Journal of Biomedical Research. 2019 22(2):165-177

12. Financial burden of malaria treatment by households in Northern Nigeria
W.A. Yusuf, S.A. Yusuf, O.S. Oladunni
African Journal of Biomedical Research. 2019 22(1):11-18

13. Magnitude and factors associated with anti-malarial self-medication practice among residents of Kasulu Town Council, Kigoma-Tanzania
Stanley Mwita, Omary Meja, Deogratias Katabalo, Catherine Richard
African Health Sciences. 2019 19(3):2457-2461

14. Transfusion transmitted Malaria in the Western Cape, South Africa
C.J. Sims, T Paarman
Africa Sanguine. 2019 21(1):18-21

15. Physicians’ compliance with malaria treatment guidelines of under-five children in a secondary maternal and child care centre in Lagos State
E Otokpa, A.O. Ogunyemi, T.W. Ladi-Akinyemi, A.T. Onajole
Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care. 2019 31(1):40-47

16. Availability and Prices of Antimalarials and Staffing Levels in Health Facilities in Embu County, Kenya
S. Ndwigah, A. Stergachis, K. Abuga, H. Mugo, I. Kibwage
East and Central African Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2019 22(1):26-34

17. Usage of a rapid diagnostic test for malaria in children.
Cline Nguefeu Nkenfou, Vestale Ngo Hell, Nguefack-Tsague Georges, Marie Nicole Ngoufack, Carine Nguefeu Nkenfou, Nelly Kamgaing, Alexis Ndjolo
African Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2019 13(1):24-31

18. Malaria prevention in the Buea health district in Cameroon: factors influencing Mosquito bed net use in households.
FHL Kamga, P Nde-Fon, C. Morfaw, NDS Nsagha
African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology. 2019 20(1):1-8

19. Effect of asymptomatic malaria parasitemia on the uterine and umbilical artery blood flow impedance in third‑trimester singleton Southwestern Nigerian pregnant women
Adetayo Mojeed Adelodun, Ademola Joseph Adekanmi, Adebola Roberts, Abiodun Oludotun Adeyinka
Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2018 35(3):333-341

20. Might high body mass index contribute to anemia in pregnancy in malaria‑endemic areas?
Ikeola A. Adeoye, Timothy A.O. Oluwasola, Chioma E. Umezurike, Oluwafunke A. Oluwatoba
Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2018 35(3):316-321

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