malariologist


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malariologist

A healthcare worker whose professional focus is on the study and management of malaria.
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The outcome was that three senior WHO personnel were posted to Tzaneen from 1973 to 1976--a medical malariologist (Dr J Lilyveld), an entomologist (Dr A Smith) and a malaria technical officer seconded from USAID (Mr J Thompson).
Although malariogenic potential of Spain is very low (15) and the present situation can be described as what malariologists of the first half of the last century would have called "anophelism without malaria", it is important to note the presence, distribution, behaviour and abundance of Anopheles species and should be further investigated in order to deepen knowledge of the vector potential of Spanish anopheline fauna (16).
Large sums of money have been wasted in attempted malaria control when malariologists have forgotten this fundamental fact.
Malariologists have made a large number of observations concerning the geography-related epidemiology of P.
The challenge to malariologists is to develop innovative ways to tackle this disease.
Anopheles crucians was later determined, by other malariologists, to be a vector for Plasmodium.
Independent malariologists believe it kills two million people a year, mainly children under 5 and 90 percent of them in Africa.
It also hosted the annual International Malaria and Environmental Health Course for New World malariologists (9).
Thus, if we analyse the two important epidemiological and clinical issues faced by malariologists since the beginning of this century, our study has some important observations to mention.
falciparum to artemisinins is a specter that haunts malariologists, and treatment for visceral leishmaniasis remains too expensive and complicated to be widely practiced where it is most needed.