Abstract

International Health Care Topics: Malaria Prevention Analyses, Nursing Perspective, and Patient Perspectives

The issue for May 2018 issue covered three main areas including two articles about Malaria treatment in Nigeria, two articles about healthcare workers, one from Saudi Arabia the other from Australia, and one article about patients satisfaction from the United States (US). There were 216 million Malaria cases in worldwide in 2016. The majority of Malaria cases and deaths occur in Africa. Malaria is a main public issue in Nigeria. The number of Malaria cases and deaths in Nigeria is greater than that in the rest of the world. Articles entitled “Replacement Campaign of Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets in Ondo State, Southwest Nigeria, Heartland of Africa’s Most Efficient Vector Species” and “Performance of Microscopy Method and Rapid Diagnostic Tests in Malaria Diagnosis amongst Pregnant Women in Lagos, Southwest Nigeria” contribute to improving prevention and treatment efforts for Malaria in Nigeria. 


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 Akiko Kamimura



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