Malaria in North – Western Thailand Wattanavadee Sriwattanapongse 1*, Metta Kuning2, and Naratip Jansakul 3 1Department of Statistics, Faculty of Science, forest area such as Thu Yai Nareasuan (Srivastava et al., 2001) because of (a)
Ecology of Malaria in Northern Thailand Principal Investigators : Richa'rd G. Andre, MAJ, MSC Douglas J. Gould, Ph.D. Udom In each area on a particular night, twelve traps were placed outside of houses and six were placed inside.
Thesis Title Health seeking behavior for malaria treatment among the household members along the Thai-Myanmar border area in Maeramad district, Tak province, Thailand
Loop-Mediated Isothermal Ampliﬁcation Assay for Rapid Diagnosis of Malaria Infections in an Area of Endemicity in Thailand Jetsumon Sattabongkot, aTakafumi Tsuboi,b Eun-Taek Han,c Sirasate Bantuchai, Sureemas Buatesd
Borders of Thailand with Myanmar (formerly Burma) and Cambodia Western provinces of Cambodia Eastern states of Myanmar. entering an area where there is a malaria risk, and up to 1 year after departure. Personal Protective Measures (PPM)
Resistant malaria in the border provinces as well as TB and road traffic accidents. system of Thailand continues to be based on primary health care and the network of health area. The following
Knowledge area % Know Know a source of testing/treatment 97% Know common malaria symptoms (fever, headache chill) 89% Know • In 2012, there were 32,648 treated malaria cases in Thailand and 60% of these cases were migrants.
Which are distributed throughout Thailand. Malaria prevalence occurs most along the border areas. Although, during the past decade malaria cases have the visited area (3) consisting of daily movement ( < 24 hours), or periodic movement (> 24 hours to one month,
Field efficacy and persistence of Long Lasting Insecticide treated mosquito Nets (LLINs) against malaria vector in Thailand Suchart Patipong, Siriporn considered as the most important vector of malaria because it is widely distributed in malaria endemic area all over the country
Occur in malaria endemic area by several means includ-ing, in part, uncomplicated falciparum malaria in Thailand. Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health 2003, 34:536-541. 17. Krudsood S, Tangpukdee N, Wilairatana P, Phophak N, Baird JK,
Malaria Unit, Department of South-East Asia Region. Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network . Inaugural Meeting. 8-11 February 2009. Brisbane, Australia. Dr Krongthong Thimasarn. Regional Adviser, Malaria. WHO SEARO New Delhi. Thailand Indonesia Nepal Sri Lanka Bhutan Maldives
Healthy Travelling in Thailand Healthy travellers have the most fun! area where an outbreak is known to be occurring. Malaria is a risk factor in parts of Thailand (see above). Malaria prevention options should be discussed with a travel health specialist