Imported Malaria Including HIV and Pregnant Woman Risk Groups: Overview of the Case of a Spanish City 2004-2014
AuthorsFernández López, M
Ruiz Giardín, J M
San Martín López, J V
García Arata, I
Jiménez Navarro, C
Cabello Clotet, N
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AbstractArrival of inmigrants from malaria endemic areas has led to a emergence of cases of this parasitic disease in Spain. The objective of this study was to analyse the high incidence rate of imported malaria in Fuenlabrada, a city in the south of Madrid, together with the frequent the lack of chemoprophylaxis, for the period between 2004 and 2014. Both pregnant women and HIV risk groups have been considered.
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