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      Rapid diagnostic tests correlates with microscopy but not C-reactive protein among HIV positive rural population with malaria in Central Uganda (Research note)

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          Low sensitivity of ParaHIT-f rapid malaria test among patients with fever in rural health centers, Northern Tanzania.

          Several rapid diagnostic tools for malaria are currently available in local markets. However, diagnostic accuracy varies widely. The present study was conducted to evaluate a cheaply and easily available rapid diagnostic malaria test (ParaHIT-f) in rural Tanzania.
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            Performance of ParaHit and OptiMAL tests in the diagnosis of Malaria in Mwanza Southwest Tanzania

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              Journal
              Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
              CSWHI
              Journal of Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
              2222386X
              20769741
              October 20 2017
              October 20 2017
              : 8
              : 3
              : 58-61
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              10.22359/cswhi_8_3_11
              © 2017

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