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Imogen Clarke

Imogen Clarke, DTM&H, MRCP, is specialist registrar (infectious diseases/ microbiology) at St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust.

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  • Malaria: clinical features and preventionSubscription

    CP, April 2014, Vol 6, No 3Comments (1)

    Malaria is a mosquito-transmitted parasitic infection that can cause the destruction of red blood cells, leading to severe illness and death. Taking antimalarials can reduce the risk of infection

  • Malaria: treatmentSubscription

    CP, April 2014, Vol 6, No 3

    Malaria treatment is guided by the species of parasite infecting the patient. Combination therapy is required to help eradicate the parasite and prevent the development of resistance to antimalarials.

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