Drug To Treat Malaria
Treatment of malaria patients: Includes treatment of patients identified with clinical malaria.
Extensive treatment: For subjects with fever in the area where malaria outbreaks occur. The Provincial Center for Malaria Prevention / Preventive Medicine decides the scope of treatment to expand.
Supply of self-medicating drugs: The commune level or higher is granted to people going into malaria-endemic areas for more than 1 week. Acute self-medicating drug is DHA - PIP (dihydroartemisinin combined with piperaquin, trade name is Arterakin *, CV-Artecan *) dose according to age for 3 days, with instructions and monitoring.
Select malaria drug by patient group and species.
Malaria caused by P.falciparum
Malaria caused by P
Under 3 years old
DHA - PIP
DHA - PIP
DHA - PIP
From 3 years and up
DHA - PIP
DHA - PIP + primaquin
Choloroquin + primaquin
DHA - PIP + primaquin
Pregnant women <3 months Quinine clindamycin Quinine clindamycin Choloroquin Quinine clindamycin Pregnant women ≥ 3 months DHA - PIP DHA - PIP Chloroquin DHA - PIP Note: primaquin is used for 1 day for Pfalciparum and for 14 days for P..
.vivax and P.falciparum + P.vivax.
Measures to prevent malaria vectors by each epidemic area
Areas without endemic malaria parasites: Dip mosquito nets with insecticidal chemicals for people entering malaria-endemic areas.
Areas at risk of malaria return: Impregnating mosquito nets with chemicals to help people get into malaria-endemic areas
Mild malaria-endemic areas: Only soak mosquito nets in places bordering on medium and severe areas of malaria.
Area of malaria with medium circulation: Impregnating mosquito nets with chemicals Spraying residues where people do not have mosquito nets or the prevalence of mosquito nets <80%. In areas of severe malaria prevalence: Impregnating mosquito nets with chemicals to kill mosquitoes. Spray is stored in hot spots, where people do not have mosquito nets or under 80%.
Number of sprays, impregnated during the year is 1 time / year. For areas where malaria is highly prevalent, "key points": high levels of malaria transmission; presence of both An.minimus and An.dirus, remote areas where malaria epidemiological surveillance and difficult patient management are concerned, the grassroots health network is insufficient and weak, spray and apply twice a year The insecticide used for spraying and impregnating now is pyrethroids.
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