publication . Article . 2007

An elaborated feeding cycle model for reductions in vectorial capacity of night-biting mosquitoes by insecticide-treated nets

Le Menach Arnaud; Takala Shannon; McKenzie F Ellis; Perisse Andre; Harris Anthony; Flahault Antoine; Smith David L;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2007
  • Country: Switzerland
Abstract
<p>Abstract</p> <p>Background</p> <p>Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) are an important tool for malaria control. ITNs are effective because they work on several parts of the mosquito feeding cycle, including both adult killing and repelling effects.</p> <p>Methods</p> <p>Using an elaborated description of the classic feeding cycle model, simple formulas have been derived to describe how ITNs change mosquito behaviour and the intensity of malaria transmission, as summarized by vectorial capacity and EIR. The predicted changes are illustrated as a function of the frequency of ITN use for four different vector populations using parameter estimates from the literatur...
Subjects
Medical Subject Headings: parasitic diseases
free text keywords: Algorithms, Animals, Anopheles/drug effects/parasitology/*physiology, *Bedding and Linens, Circadian Rhythm, Evaluation Studies as Topic, Feeding Behavior/drug effects/*physiology, Female, Humans, Insect Bites and Stings/epidemiology/prevention & control/veterinary, Insect Vectors/drug effects/parasitology/*physiology, *Insecticides/pharmacology, Longevity/drug effects, Malaria/*prevention & control/transmission, Mosquito Control/*instrumentation/methods/statistics & numerical data, Multivariate Analysis, Plasmodium/isolation & purification, Probability, Time Factors, Vector (epidemiology), Biting, Insect bites and stings, medicine.disease, medicine, Anopheles, biology.organism_classification, biology, Malaria, Toxicology, Mosquito control, Arctic medicine. Tropical medicine, RC955-962, Infectious and parasitic diseases, RC109-216, Research
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