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Le sida à Madagascar
Le sida à Madagascar
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Les thrombocytoses
Les thrombocytoses
A.O. RAKOTO ALSON, J.L. RABOBA, M.C. RASOAMIAFARA, A.J. RASAMINDRAKOTROKA Médecine d'Afrique Noire - n° 5507 - Juillet 2008 - pages 405-411
A PROPOS D’UN CAS D’ANURIE AIGUE
A PROPOS D’UN CAS D’ANURIE AIGUE
[PDF] A PROPOS D’UN CAS D’ANURIE AIGUE AU COURS DE L’INFECTION PAR ...Format de fichier: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Version HTML RABENANTOANDRO R.(1), ZAFY A.(2), RASAMINDRAKOTROKA J.A.(3), GIZY RATIAMBAHOAKA D.(2) .... RABENANTOANDRO R., ZAFY A., RASAMINDRAKOTROKA J.A.,
Results of a randomised trial of male condom promotion among Madagascar sex workers
Results of a randomised trial of male condom promotion among Madagascar sex workers
Feldblum, P, Hatzell, T, Van Damme, K, Nasution, M, Rasamindrakotroka, A, Grey, T Objectives: To test the effect of supplementing peer promotion of male condom use with clinic based counselling, measured in terms of STI prevalence and reported male condom use.
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Results of a randomised trial of male condom promotion among Madagascar sex workers
Results of a randomised trial of male condom promotion among Madagascar sex workers
Results of a randomised trial of male condom promotion among Madagascar sex workers P Feldblum, T Hatzell, K Van Damme, M Nasution, A Rasamindrakotroka, and T Grey Family Health International, PO Box 13950, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, USA.
Randomised controlled trial of alternative male and female condom promotion strategies targeting sex workers in Madagascar
Randomised controlled trial of alternative male and female condom promotion strategies targeting sex workers in Madagascar
Randomised controlled trial of alternative male and female condom promotion strategies targeting sex workers in Madagascar Theresa H Hoke1, Paul J Feldblum1, Kathleen Van Damme2, Marlina D Nasution1, Thomas W Grey1, Emelita L Wong1, Louisette Ralimamonjy1, Leonardine Raharimalala2, Andry Rasamindrakotroka2
Renal glomerular lesions and Plasmodium falciparum infection
Renal glomerular lesions and Plasmodium falciparum infection
Renal glomerular lesions and Plasmodium falciparum infection] [My paper] R Rabenantoandro, R Rakotondrajao, S Rakotondranaivo, A J Rasamindrakotroka Service de réanimation Néphrologique, Hôpital Joseph Ravoahangy Andrianavalona HJRA.
HIV INFECTION IN MADAGASCAR IN 1995
HIV INFECTION IN MADAGASCAR IN 1995
HIV INFECTION IN MADAGASCAR IN 1995 Auteur(s) / Author(s) ZELLER H. G. ; RAMAMONJISOA A. ; BOISIER P. ; RAVELOJAONA B. ; BRUTUS L. ; RANDRIAMANGA R. ; RABARIJAONA L. ; RAKOTO-ANDRIANARIVELO M. ; AUREGAN G. ; BEHETS F. ; ROUX I. F. ; RASAMINDRAKOTROKA A. J.
Sexual behaviour and condom use among university students in Madagascar
Sexual behaviour and condom use among university students in Madagascar
Sexual behaviour and condom use among university students in Madagascar Sexual behaviour and condom use among university students in Madagascar OH Rahamefy M Rivard M Ravaoarinoro L Ranaivoharisoa AI Rasamindrakotroka R Morrisset
AIDS in Madagascar.
AIDS in Madagascar.
I. Epidemiology, projections, socioeconomic impact, interventions]
Socio-demographic and behavioural factors associated with high incidence of sexually transmitted infections in female sex workers in Madagascar following presumptive therapy
Socio-demographic and behavioural factors associated with high incidence of sexually transmitted infections in female sex workers in Madagascar following presumptive therapy
Title: Socio-demographic and behavioural factors associated with high incidence of sexually transmitted infections in female sex workers in Madagascar following presumptive therapy. POPLINE Document Number: 288786 Author(s): Behets FM Van Damme K Rasamindrakotroka A Hobbs M McClamroch K Source citation: Sexual Health, 2005;2:77-84
Evidence-based treatment guidelines for sexually transmitted infections developed with and for female sex workers
Evidence-based treatment guidelines for sexually transmitted infections developed with and for female sex workers
Evidence-based treatment guidelines for sexually transmitted infections developed with and for female sex workers Frieda M. T. F. Behets 1,2 , Justin Ranjalahy Rasolofomanana 3 , Kathleen Van Damme 1,4 , Georgine Vaovola 5 , Jocelyne Andriamiadana 6 , Adeline Ranaivo 3 , Kristi McClamroch 2 , Gina Dallabetta 4 , Johannes vanDam 7 , Désiré Rasamilalao 3 , Andry Rasamindra and the Mad-STI Working Group 1 Department of Medicine, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA 2 Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA 3 Ministry of Health, Antananarivo, Madagascar 4 Family Health International, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA 5 FIVMATA, Diego-Suarez, Madagascar 6 USAID, Antananarivo, Madagascar 7 Population Council, Washington, DC, USA * Amida, Texina Barivelo, Gillian Burkhardt, Rick Homan, Natalie Kruse, Onja Rahamefy, Leonardine Raharimalala, Zo Raharimanana, Jacqueline Rakotoarisoa, Dimisoa Rakotondramarina, Andriamahenina Ramamonjisoa, Jean René Randriasamimanana, Norbert Ratsimbazafy, Perle Rasanjimanana, Andry Rasamindrakotroka, Marie Clara Chantal Rasoamanarivo, Andry Rasoloarimanana, Solofoson Rakotonandrasana, Benjamin Ravelojaona, Marie Madeleine Razafinoro, Saholinirina Ranivoarimanana Fleur de Line, Cherif Soliman, Richard Steen.
High Syphilis and Low but Rising HIV Seroprevalence Rates in Madagascar
High Syphilis and Low but Rising HIV Seroprevalence Rates in Madagascar
To assess HIV and syphilis seroprevalence among pregnant women, STD patients, and prostitutes in the capital Antananarivo, and in the cities of Toamasina, and Toliary
Pattern of sexually transmitted diseases in a Malagasy population.
Pattern of sexually transmitted diseases in a Malagasy population.
Harms G; Matull R; Randrianasolo D; Andriamiadana J; Rasamindrakotroka A; Kirsch T; Hof U; Rarivoharilala E; Korte R; Institut fur Tropenmedizin Berlin, Germany.
AIDS and tuberculosis: the situation in Madagascar
AIDS and tuberculosis: the situation in Madagascar
Auregan G; Morvan J; Zeller H; Rasamindrakotroka A; Institut d'Hygiene Sociale, Service Tuberculose-Lepre,; Antananarivo, Madagascar.
Intérêt de la C-Reactive Protein (CRP) dans les affections fébriles de l'enfant
Intérêt de la C-Reactive Protein (CRP) dans les affections fébriles de l'enfant
Résumé / Abstract Le test de la C-Reactive Protein (CRP) est utilisé pour orienter le diagnostic d'un processus inflammatoire, notamment dans les affections fébriles de l'enfant. Une étude rétrospective a été effectuée au service de Pédiatrie de l'Hôpital général de Befelatanana, à Antananarivo, durant les années 1997-1998. Sur 714 cas d'affections fébriles appariés selon des caractères anthropométriques et cliniques, la population d'étude comprenait 361 enfants. Au total, 384 dosages de CRP ont été effectués: 305 dans un but diagnostique (CRP initiale), et 79 en tant que CRP de contrôle (en cours ou enfin de traitement). La CRP initiale a permis de distinguer d'une part, 152 affections probablement de nature bactérienne: 49 en pathologie respiratoire, 62 en neurologique, 10 en digestive, 19 en ORL, 12 en urinaire, et d'autre part 153 affections probablement de nature virale: 86 en pathologie respiratoire, 29 en neurologie, 12 en digestive, 26 en ORL. Dans les affections de nature bactérienne, il y a une corrélation entre les valeurs de la CRP et la leucocytose. Le calcul de la sensibilité et de la sensibilité du test dans les différentes pathologies a donné de bons résultats. Très utile, le dosage de la CRP, de réalisation facile, simple et rapide, semble être la technique la plus adaptée pour le diagnostic des affections fébriles des enfants dans les pays où les moyens matériels et les ressources financières sont limités.
Binding of C4b-binding Protein to Porin: A Molecular Mechanism of Serum Resistance of Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Binding of C4b-binding Protein to Porin: A Molecular Mechanism of Serum Resistance of Neisseria gonorrhoeae
We screened 29 strains of Neisseria gonorrhoeae and found 16/21 strains that resisted killing by normal human serum and 0/8 serum sensitive strains that bound the complement regulator, C4b-binding protein (C4bp). Microbial surface–bound C4bp demonstrated cofactor activity. We constructed gonococcal strains with hybrid porin (Por) molecules derived from each of the major serogroups (Por1A and Por1B) of N. gonorrhoeae, and showed that the loop 1 of Por1A is required for C4bp binding. Por1B loops 5 and 7 of serum-resistant gonococci together formed a negatively charged C4bp-binding domain. C4bp–Por1B interactions were ionic in nature (inhibited by high salt or by heparin), whereas the C4bp–Por1A bond was hydrophobic. Only recombinant C4bp mutant molecules containing the NH2-terminal -chain short consensus repeat (SCR1) bound to both Por1A and Por1B gonococci, suggesting that SCR1 contained Por binding sites. C4bp -chain monomers did not bind gonococci, indicating that the polymeric form of C4bp was required for binding. Using fAb fragments against C4bp SCR1, C4bp binding to Por1A and Por1B strains was inhibited in a complement-dependent serum bactericidal assay. This resulted in complete killing of these otherwise fully serum resistant strains in only 10% normal serum, underscoring the importance of C4bp in mediating gonococcal serum resistance
High syphilis and low but rising HIV seroprevalence rates in Madagascar.
High syphilis and low but rising HIV seroprevalence rates in Madagascar.
Abstract: Objectives: To assess HIV and syphilis seroprevalence among pregnant women, STD patients, and prostitutes in the capital Antananarivo, and in the cities of Toamasina, and Toliary. Methods: Women consecutively attending antenatal clinics, individuals successively seeking care for STDs, and commercial sex workers were interviewed. Blood was collected to determine HIV-1&2 antibodies using ELISA, reactive sera were confirmed using Western blot. Sera were screened using rapid plasma reagin RPR), reactive sera were tested using Treponema pallidum hemagglutination (TPHA). Results: (table: see text) Estimates of HIV prevalence per 100,000 adult Malagasy rose from 20 in 1989, to 30 in 1992, to 70 in 1995. Overall, 536/4115 (13%) individuals reported genital ulcers and 1981/4113 (48.2%) reported genital discharge in the preceding 6 months. Syphilis seroreactivity inversely correlated with years of schooling: individuals lacking any schooling: 72/250 (28.8%); 6 years of schooling: 272/1162 23.4%); 10 years: 286/1593 (17.9%); 14 years: 78/827 (9.4%); university: 18/255 (7.1%). Syphilis seroreactivity was significantly associated with history of genital ulcers, with prostitution, with number of partners in the last month, and a new partner in the last 3 months. Conclusions: Compared to the African continent, HIV prevalence is still low but rising in Madagascar. Complacency should thus be avoided. Actions should be undertaken urgently to control the unacceptable high syphilis prevalence rates. Earnest endeavors to control curable STDs in Madagscar will improve associated morbidity and mortality and prevent further spread of HIV.
STD pattern in a selected Malagasy population
STD pattern in a selected Malagasy population
As other countries, Madagascar decided to organize programs for the control and prevention of STDs in conjunction with Aids control programs. The purpose of this study was to generate base-line data on the pattern of STDs and behavioural elements relevant to STD control. Every day during 4 months, the first 6 untreated patients with a genito-urethral affection presenting at the STD service of the IHS were selected. A questionnaire concerning demographic and behavioural data and symptoms of STDs was filled in. Following a fixed investigation schedule for urethral discharge, vaginal discharge and genital ulcers, laboratory investigations included the diagnosis of gonorrhea, chancroid, Donovanosis, Syphilis, other bacteria and their antimicrobial susceptibility towards relevant drugs, Candida, Chlamydia-, Herpes virus 1 and 2-, HBV- and HIV-infection. The analysis with consequences for the clinical and public health management of STDs in Madagascar will be presented.

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