Is Dengue Vector Control Deficient in Effectiveness or Evidence?: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

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R. Bowman, Leigh; Donegan, Sarah; J. McCall, Philip;
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0004551
  • Subject: Medicine | Biotechnology | Ecology | Cancer | Science Policy | impact | Dengue Vector Control Deficient | insecticide susceptibility status | effectiveness | vector control methods | IRS | dengue risk | insecticide-treated bed nets | CI | PRISMA Group guidelines | dengue incidence | RCT | dengue vector control method | target vector population
    • FOR: 110309 Infectious Diseases

<div><p>Background</p><p>Although a vaccine could be available as early as 2016, vector control remains the primary approach used to prevent dengue, the most common and widespread arbovirus of humans worldwide. We reviewed the evidence for effectiveness of vector contro... View more
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