A Study Of The Effects Of Weekly Doses Of Niridazole On Schistosome Egg Output And Miricidial Hatching In A Patient Suffering From Bilharziasis
The concept of “suppressive management” in the control of bilharziasis has long been an attractive idea. If it were possible to administer a dose of a schistosomicidal drug once a week, particularly to children attending school, a significant reduction in egg output and an improvement in health would make the method worthy of careful consideration in bilharziasis control programmes.
Full Text LinksBair, D. M. & Weber, M.G. (1973) A Study Of The Effects Of Weekly Doses Of Niridazole On Schistosome Egg Output And Miricidial Hatching In A Patient Suffering From Bilharziasis, CAJM vol.19, no.9. Harare (formerly Salisbury), Avondale: CAJM
Central African Journal of Medicine (CAJM), University of Zimbabwe (formerly University College of Rhodesia)
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