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Failure of a chloroquine chemoprophylaxis program to adequately prevent malaria during pregnancy in Koupéla District, Burkina Faso

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Journal Article
(Published 2003)
Sirima SB (Author),
Sawadogo R (Author),
Moran A (Author),
Konate A (Author),
Diarra A (Author),
Yameogo M (Author),
Parise M (Author),
Newman R. (Author)
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In West Africa, administration of chloroquine chemoprophylaxis during pregnancy is common, but little is known about its impact on Plasmodium falciparum infection during pregnancy. Therefore, cross-sectional studies in antenatal care clinics (ANCs) and delivery units (DUs) were conducted in Koupéla District, Burkina Faso.

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Sirima SB, Sawadogo R, Moran A, Konate A, Diarra A, Yameogo M, Parise M, and Newman R. Failure of a chloroquine chemoprophylaxis program to adequately prevent malaria during pregnancy in Koupéla District, Burkina Faso. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2003; 36(11): 1374–1382.