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Incidence of paradoxical tuberculosis-associated immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome and impact on patient outcome.

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OBJECTIVES AND DESIGN: We used data from a randomized trial of HIV-tuberculosis co-infected patients in Mozambique to determine the incidence and predictors of paradoxical tuberculosis-associated immune reconstitution inflammatory synd

Auteurs: Bonnet M Baudin E Jani IV Nunes E Verhoustraten F Calmy A Bastos R Bhatt NB Michon C
Référence de l'article: PloS one 2013 ; 8(12); e84585. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0084585. Epub 2013 12 18
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Cholera in pregnancy: outcomes from a specialized cholera treatment unit for pregnant women in Léogâne, Haiti.

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BACKGROUND: The association between cholera in pregnancy and negative fetal outcome has been described since the 19(th) century. However, there is limited published literature on the subject.

Auteurs: Ciglenecki I Bichet M Tena J Mondesir E Bastard M Tran NT Antierens A Staderini N
Référence de l'article: PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2013 ; 7(8); e2368. doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0002368. Epub 2013 08 15
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Observational bias during nutrition surveillance: results of a mixed longitudinal and cross-sectional data collection system in Northern Nigeria.

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BACKGROUND: The Sahel is subject to seasonal hungry periods with increasing rates of malnutrition. In Northern Nigeria, there is no surveillance system and surveys are rare.

Auteurs: Grellety E Luquero FJ Mambula C Adamu HH Elder G Porten K
Référence de l'article: PloS one 2013 ; 8(5); e62767. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0062767. Epub 2013 05 03
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High maternal and neonatal mortality rates in northern Nigeria: an 8-month observational study.

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BACKGROUND: Despite considerable efforts to reduce the maternal mortality ratio, numerous pregnant women continue to die in many developing countries, including Nigeria.

Auteurs: Guerrier G Oluyide B Keramarou M Grais R
Référence de l'article: International journal of women's health 2013 ; 5(); 495-9. doi: 10.2147/IJWH.S48179. Epub 2013 08 13
Nigeria antenatal care fetal mortality maternal mortality
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Factors associated with severe preeclampsia and eclampsia in Jahun, Nigeria.

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OBJECTIVE: To explore traditional herbal medicines as potential risk factors of severe preeclampsia and eclampsia in Nigeria.

Auteurs: Guerrier G Oluyide B Keramarou M Grais RF
Référence de l'article: International journal of women's health 2013 ; 5(); 509-13. doi: 10.2147/IJWH.S47056. Epub 2013 08 19
herbal use hypertensive disorders pregnancy traditional treatments
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First outbreak response using an oral cholera vaccine in Africa: vaccine coverage, acceptability and surveillance of adverse events, Guinea, 2012.

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BACKGROUND: Despite World Health Organization (WHO) prequalification of two safe and effective oral cholera vaccines (OCV), concerns about the acceptability, potential diversion of resources, cost and feasibility of implementing timely

Auteurs: Luquero FJ Grout L Ciglenecki I Sakoba K Traore B Heile M Dialo AA Itama C Serafini M Legros D Grais RF
Référence de l'article: PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2013 ; 7(10); e2465. doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0002465. Epub 2013 10 17
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Use of a cholera rapid diagnostic test during a mass vaccination campaign in response to an epidemic in Guinea, 2012.

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BACKGROUND: During the 2012 cholera outbreak in the Republic of Guinea, the Ministry of Health, supported by Médecins Sans Frontières - Operational Center Geneva, used the oral cholera vaccine Shanchol as a part of the emergency respon

Auteurs: Martinez-Pino I Luquero FJ Sakoba K Sylla S Haile M Grais RF Ciglenecki I Quilici ML Page AL
Référence de l'article: PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2013 ; 7(8); e2366. doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0002366. Epub 2013 08 15
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Task-sharing of HIV care and ART initiation: evaluation of a mixed-care non-physician provider model for ART delivery in rural Malawi.

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BACKGROUND: Expanding access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) in sub-Saharan Africa requires implementation of alternative care delivery models to traditional physician-centered approaches.

Auteurs: McGuire M Ben Farhat J Pedrono G Szumilin E Heinzelmann A Chinyumba YN Goossens S Makombe S Pujades-Rodríguez M
Référence de l'article: PloS one 2013 ; 8(9); e74090. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0074090. Epub 2013 09 16