Guidelines for the Treatment of Malaria
Publisher: World Health Organization 2010
Number of pages: 210
In scope, the Guidelines cover the diagnosis and treatment of uncomplicated and severe malaria caused by all types of malaria, including in special groups (such as young children, pregnant women and HIV/AIDS patients), in travellers (from non-malaria endemic regions) and in epidemics and complex emergency situations.
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