She was suffering from malarial
fever, and seemed dying by inches.
It had taken an unfair advantage of his weak state, and though it was only ordinary malarial
fever, in forty-eight hours it had run him as low as ten days of fever would have done when he was in condition.
When, in half an hour, Van Horn's sweat culminated in profusion, it marked the breaking of the malarial
From the man's distorted body and twisted mind, in occult ways, like mists rising from malarial
marshes, came emanations of the unhealth within.
Without drugs, without even quinine, he had managed so far to live through a combination of the most pernicious and most malignant of malarial
and black-water fevers.
He sailed to the Greek camp at the malarial
town of Missolonghi, where he showed qualities of leadership but died of fever after a few months, in 1824, before he had time to accomplish anything.
However, scientists now may have discovered a way by which to weaken and trick malarial
parasites, thereby effectively developing a solution to the problem.
season With the malarial
season peaking in Sierra Leone, the drugs will be distributed by more than 9,300 healthcare workers and a second round of distribution will take place in January.
According to a recent research by National Institute of Malaria Research, published in the latest issue of Malaria Journal, natural products isolated from plants used in traditional medicine with potent anti- plasmodial action ( anti malarial
) represent potential sources of new anti- malarial
People infected with malaria can disperse malarial
parasites more widely than mosquitoes can on their own.
So the new paper gives the first evidence of avian malarial
transmission in the upper reaches of North America, Sehgal says.
Microscopic haematuria, mild proteinuria usually <1 g in 24 h has been encountered in as many as 25-50% of malarial