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作者:Jack E. T. Grimes , Gemechu Tadesse ...
来源:[J].PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases(IF 4.569), 2017, Vol.11 (10)PLOS
摘要:Inadequate nutrition; neglected topical diseases; and insufficient water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) are interrelated problems in schools in low-income countries, but are not routinely tackled together. A recent three-year longitudinal study investigated integrated schoo...
作者:Laura Braun , Jack E. T. Grimes , Michael R. Templeton
来源:[J].PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases(IF 4.569), 2018, Vol.12 (4)PLOS
摘要:Schistosomiasis is one of the most disabling neglected tropical diseases, ranking second in terms of years lived with disability. While treatment with the drug praziquantel can have immediate beneficial effects, reinfection can occur rapidly if people are in contact with cer...
作者:Jack E. T. Grimes , Gemechu Tadesse ...
来源:[J].PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases(IF 4.716), 2016, Vol.10 (3)PLOS
摘要:It is thought that improving water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) might reduce the transmission of schistosomes and soil-transmitted helminths, owing to their life cycles. However, few large-scale studies have yet assessed the real extent of associations between WASH and th...
作者:Jack E. T. Grimes , David Croll ...
来源:[J].PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases(IF 4.716), 2014, Vol.8 (12)PLOS
摘要:Access to “safe” water and “adequate” sanitation are emphasized as important measures for schistosomiasis control. Indeed, the schistosomes' lifecycles suggest that their transmission may be reduced through safe water and adequate sanitation. However, the evidence has n...

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