Subject: Research Article | RC109-216 | Infectious and parasitic diseases | Article Subject
mesheuropmc: parasitic diseases
Background. Malaria in pregnancy leads to low birth weight, premature birth, anaemia, and maternal and neonatal mortality. Use of insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) during pregnancy is one of the proven interventions to reduce the malaria burden. However, Ghana has not ach... View more
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