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Prevalence Of Some Mosquito-borne Infections Among Febrile Patients Presenting At A University Clinic In South West Nigeria
Mosquito is responsible for transmission of malaria and several other arboviral infections. Since malaria and arboviral infections present fever as the major symptom and most fever cases are treated as malaria in Nigeria, testing for arbovirus is seldom conducted. This study therefore sought to determine the prevalence of malaria and arbovirus among patients presenting with fever. Blood samples of 120 febrile patients presenting at the Redeemer's University Clinic, Ede, Osun State were collected over a period of four months. These samples were tested for malaria using RDT and Microscopy, and for presence of arbovirus of the genus Alpha and Flavi viruses using the RT-PCR diagnostic method.
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