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 Vol 11: Factors associated with malaria parasitaemia, malnutrition, and anaemia among HIV-exposed and unexposed Ugandan infants: a cross-sectional survey.


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This article is from Malaria Journal, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Malaria, malnutrition and anaemia are major causes of morbidity and mortality in African children. The interplay between these conditions is complex and limited data exist on factors associated with these conditions among infants born to HIV-uninfected and infected women. Methods: Two hundred HIV-exposed (HIV-uninfected infants born to HIV-infected mothers) and 400 HIV-unexposed infants were recruited from an area of high malaria transmission in rural Uganda. A cross-sectional survey was performed at enrolment to measure the prevalence of malaria parasitaemia, measures of malnutrition (z-scores



Author: Osterbauer, Beth; Kapisi, James; Bigira, Victor; Mwangwa, Florence; Kinara, Stephen; Kamya, Moses R; Dorsey, Grant

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