SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Anonymous (1995)
    Health of school children. Treatment of intestinal helminths and schistosomiasis. WHO, Geneva. Unpublished document WHO/SCHISTO/95.
  • 2
    Asaolu SO, Holland C, Crompton DWT (1991) Community control of Ascaris lumbricoides in rural Oyo State, Nigeria: mass targeted and selective treatment with levamisole. Parasitology 103, 291298.
  • 3
    Bundy DAP, Hall A, Medley GF, Savioli L (1992) Evaluating measures to control intestinal parasitic infections. World Health Statistics Quarterly 45, 168179.
  • 4
    Connolly KC, Kvalsvig JD (1992) Infection, nutrition and cognitive performance in children. Parasitology 104, S187–S200.
  • 5
    Evans DB, Guyatt HL (1995) The cost-effectiveness of mass drug therapy for intestinal helminths. Pharmaco-Economics 8, 18.
  • 6
    Holland CV, Asaolu S, Asaolu O (1990) Ascariasis in Nigeria. Parasitology Today 6, 143147.
  • 7
    Kightlinger LX, Seed RL, Kightlinger MB (1995). The epidemiology of Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichuris trichura and hookworm in children in the Ranomafana rainforest, Madagascar. Journal of Parasitology 81, 159169.
  • 8
    Kvalsvig JD, Becker PJ (1988) Selective exposure of active and sociable children to schistosomiasis. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 82, 471474.
  • 9
    Latham MC, Stephenson LS, Kurz KM, Kinoti SN (1990). Metrifonate or Praziquantel Treatment Improves Physical Fitness and Appetite of Kenyan School boys with Schistosoma haematobium and Hookworm Infections. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 43, 170179.
  • 10
    Nokes C, Bundy DAP (1993) Compliance and absenteeism in school children: implications for helminth control. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 87, 148152.
  • 11
    Nokes C, Grantham-McGregor S, Sawyer AW, Cooper ES, Robinson BA, Bundy DAP (1992) Moderate to heavy infections of Trichuris trichiura affect cognitive function in Jamaican school children. Parasitology 104, 539547.
  • 12
    Ozumba NA, Christensen NO, Nwosu ABC, Nwaorgu OC (1989) Endemicity, locality and seasonality of transmission of human schistosomiasis in Amagunze village, E. Nigeria. Journal of Helminthology 63, 206212.
  • Pollit E (1990)
    Malnutrition and infection in the classroom. UNESCO, Paris.
  • 14
    Renganathan E, Ercole E, Albonico M et al, (1995) Evolution of operational research and development of a national control strategy against intestinal helminths in Pemba Island 1988–92. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 73, 183190.
  • 15
    Stephenson LS (1994) Helminth infections, a major factor in malnutrition. World Health Forum 15, 169172.
  • 16
    Stephenson LS, Latham MC, Kinoti SY, Kurz KM, Brigham H (1990) Improvement of physical fitness of Kenyan school boys infected with hookworm Trichuris trichiura and Ascaris lumbricoides following a single dose of albendazole. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 84, 277282.
  • 17
    Stephenson LS, Latham MC, Kurz KM, Kinoti SN, Oduori ML, Crompton DWT (1985b). Relationships of Schistosoma haematobium, Hookworm and Malarial Infections and Metrifonate Treatment to Hemoglobin Level in Kenyan School Children. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 34, 519538.
  • Stephenson LS, Latham MC, Kurz KM, Miller DM & Kinoti SN (1986) Relationships of
    Schistosoma haematobium, Hookworm and Malarial Infections and Metrifonate Treatment to Nutritional Status of Kenyan Coastal School Children: A 16-Month Follow-up. In Schistosomiasis and Malnutrition (ed. LS Stephenson) Cornell International Nutrition Program, Ithaca, pp. 27–65.
  • 19
    Stephenson LS, Latham MC, Kurz KM, Miller D, Kinoti SN, Oduori ML (1985a) Urinary Iron Loss and Physical Fitness of Kenyan children with Urinary Schistosomiasis. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 34, 322330.
  • 20
    Tanner M (1976) Growth as a monitor of nutritional status. Proceedings of Nutrition Society 35, 319.
  • Warren KS, Bundy DAP, Anderson RM
    et al. (1993). Helminth infection. In Disease Control Priorities in Developing countries (eds. DT Jamison et al.). Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 131–160.
  • World Bank (1993)
    World Development Report 1993: Investing in Health. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • World Health Organization (1992)
    Health of School Children: Treatment of Intestinal Helminths and Schistosomiasis. (WHO/CDS/IPI/CTD 92.1) WHO, Geneva.