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[The tasks to maintain the achieved results of malaria elimination in the post-elimination period].

Kondrashin, A V; Baranova, A M; Morozova, L F; Stepanova, E V.
Med Parazitol (Mosk); (3): 3-8, 2012.
Artigo em Russo | MEDLINE | Out 2012 | ID: mdl-23088140
Resumo: The experience of the countries who have achieved malaria elimination on their territories suggests that the main tasks of a malaria program in the post-elimination period are as follows: to maintain healthcare workers' alertness for possible malaria importation from outside and for a risk of its renewed transmission in the malaria-free area; to preserve the medical staff and to improve its professional skills in malaria diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in both the public and private sectors; to maintain malaria alertness among the population, among higher-risk population groups in particular; to elaborate and implement an effective program for collaboration with neighboring malaria-endemic countries, in the boundary regions in particular. The national governments' determination to continue long-term financial support of the prevention program of malaria in its elimination period is the guarantee of successful solution of the tasks set.