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Assessing Community Members Level Of Knowledge Of Rapid Diagnostic Test For Malaria Diagnosis And Treatment In The Bolgatanga Municipality
Background: Malaria is one of the most dangerous public health diseases that know no boundaries among the human population. The surest way to distinguish between malaria and non-malaria fevers is through the use of rapid diagnostic test (RDT). This helps makes it very simple for health care providers to quickly and timely provide accurate treatment and the right medication. This study, therefore, assessed community members level of knowledge about a rapid diagnostic test for malaria diagnosis and treatment in the Bolgatanga Municipality. Methods: A descriptive, cross-sectional survey was conducted in nine sub-municipal communities in June 2017.
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