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Eli Schwartz


Malaria, Prevention, Prophylaxis


Malaria prevention in travelers to endemic areas remains dependent principally on chemoprophylaxis. Although malaria chemoprophylaxis refers to all malaria species, a distinction should be drawn between falciparum malaria prophylaxis and the prophylaxis of the relapsing malaria species (vivax & ovale). While the emergence of drug resistant strains, as well as the costs and adverse reactions to medications, complicate falciparum prophylaxis use,  there are virtually no drugs available for vivax prophylaxis, beside of  primaquine.
Based on travelers malaria data, a revised recommendation for using chemoprophylaxis in low risk areas  should be considered


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