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(Animal bites)
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  • Pasteurella multocida line infection: a case report and review of literature. [Journal Article]
  • BIBMC Infect Dis 2018 Aug 23; 18(1):420
  • Martin TCS, Abdelmalek J, … Ritter M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pasteurella Multocida bacteremia in the presence of a long-term central venous catheter is potentially curable using 2 weeks of intravenous antibiotics and line retention. Further data regarding outcomes of treatment in this setting are required though in select cases clinicians faced with a similar scenario could opt for trial of intravenous therapy and retention of central venous catheter.
  • Long term trends and spatial distribution of animal bite injuries and deaths due to human rabies infection in Uganda, 2001-2015. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2018; 13(8):e0198568
  • Masiira B, Makumbi I, … Mbonye A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Animal bite injuries, a potential exposure to rabies infection, and mortality attributed to rabies infection are public health challenges affecting all regions of Uganda. Eliminating rabies requires strengthening of rabies prevention and control strategies at all levels of the health sector. These strategies should utilize the "One Health" approach with strategic focus on strengthening rabies surveillance, controlling rabies in dogs and ensuring availability of post exposure prophylaxis at lower health facilities.
  • Bionomics and vectorial role of anophelines in wetlands along the volcanic chain of Cameroon. [Journal Article]
  • PVParasit Vectors 2018 Aug 14; 11(1):471
  • Amvongo-Adjia N, Wirsiy EL, … Wanji S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present study represents detailed Anopheles vector characterisation from an understudied area along the volcanic chain of Cameroon with endemic malaria transmission. The significant differences in bionomics and Anopheles species distribution within the studied wetlands, highlights the importance of providing baseline data and an opportunity to assess the outcome of ongoing malaria control interventions in the country.
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