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I will pay for the following essay Chose from provided list of intervention topics. The essay is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.Since the early 1
I will pay for the following essay Chose from provided list of intervention topics. The essay is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
Since the early 1950’s efforts to eradicate malaria in the United States have been fruitful.
Keywords: Malaria, HIV/AIDS, Immigrant, Malaria, Plasmodium, Protozoa, Parasite, Species, Host, Vector, Organism, Infectious, Transmission, Transfusion, Mortality, Morbidity, Obstacle, Eradicate, Strategy, Prevention and Treatment.
Malaria is caused by a parasite known as plasmodium which is a type of protozoa. the parasite is transmitted through bites from infected anopheles mosquitoes. There are approximately twenty different species of this mosquito, the severity of transmission lies on the human host, factors related to the parasite, the vector and the environment. Protozoa is a single celled organism that is able to multiply within the human body infecting the red blood cells. Due to this malaria is a highly infectious disease with serious cases leading to death. Infection from more than one species of plasmodium can occur.
Malaria transmission occurs in nine South American countries that share the amazon, eight countries in Central America and two countries sharing the Caribbean island of Hispaniola. In the United States, cases of locally transmitted malaria have been few. Most cases of infection have been reported from people arriving from other countries. Three main cases of malaria namely “airport” malaria, congenital malaria and transfusion-transmitted malaria exist in the United States.
Infected mosquitoes are transported by aircrafts from malaria endemic countries to non-endemic countries causing “airport” malaria. Congenital malaria occurs as mother to child transmission when infected mothers transmit parasites to their unborn children and during delivery. Transmitted through blood transfusion, transfusion-transmitted malaria is serious in blood recipients though rare in the United States.
Approximately thirty four thousand children under five years die every year in Kenya. Seventy seven