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- Beyene, Habtamu Bedimo; Tadesse, Mulualem; Disassa, Haimanot; Beyene, Melkamu B.
- Acta tropica 2017 v.169 pp. 8-13
- Human immunodeficiency virus; Plasmodium; anemia; antiretroviral agents; cross-sectional studies; disease control; females; income; insecticides; malaria; mixed infection; monitoring; patients; people; screening; secondary infection; therapeutics; Ethiopia
- ... The magnitude of concurrent malaria infection and the impact it has on hematological abnormalities, such as anemia in people living with HIV/AIDS, is not well studied in Ethiopian set up. In this cross sectional study, therefore, we assessed the prevalence of concurrent malaria infection and anemia among highly active anti-retroviral therapy (HAART) naive people living with HIV/AIDS between Octobe ...
- Daryani, Ahmad; Hosseini-Teshnizi, Saeed; Hosseini, Seyed-Abdollah; Ahmadpour, Ehsan; Sarvi, Shahabeddin; Amouei, Afsaneh; Mizani, Azadeh; Gholami, Sara; Sharif, Mehdi
- Acta tropica 2017 v.169 pp. 69-83
- Cryptosporidium; Entamoeba; Giardia; aggression; anemia; databases; females; growth retardation; health education; hygiene; males; mental health; meta-analysis; parasites; parasitoses; people; public health; sanitation; school children; seasonal variation; statistical analysis; systematic review; weight loss; Iran
- ... Parasitic infections are a serious public health problem because they cause anemia, growth retardation, aggression, weight loss, and other physical and mental health problems, especially in children. Numerous studies have been performed on intestinal parasitic infections in Iranian preschool and school children. However, no study has gathered and analyzed this information systematically. The aim o ...