A Review Article on Diagnostic Methods and Treatment of Co-Infection of Malaria and Typhoid
Malaria and Typhoid both are caused by parasites. Both are most common infectious diseases in throughout the world. According to WHO researches Malaria and typhoid are affected in rural and urban areas. Malaria is caused by an obligate intercellular plasmodium parasite (Plasmodium vivax, plasmodium falciparum, plasmodium malariae). Once they entered into the host erythrocytes they change their cells and structure to create an optimals for their own needs. They damage the erythrocytes structure also. According the recent researches to estimate the malaria is responsible for 1 to 3 million deaths and 300 to 500 million infectious are occurred. Annually typhoid fever is widely affected in tropical and rural areas or countries. Typhoid that is a systemic attenuated virus described by such an acute illness, the common manifestations like fever, headache, abdominal pain and leucopenia. An alliance between both the malaria and typhoid co infection was first invented or recognized in the medical literature in the middle of 19th century.
Keywords:Diagnostic Methods, Co-Infection, Malaria, Typhoid
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