MALARIA ATTACKS DUE TO PLASMODIAUM VIVAX AT GANGAPUR, AURANGABAD DISTRICT (MAHARASHTRA) INDIA
Objectives: we investigated the incidences of malaria in the rural areas of Gangapur which is Taluka place in the Aurangabad District of Maharashtra.
Methodology: Overall 4738 suspected patients were examined at Govt Hospital of Gangapur who were having high fever.
Conclution: At rural areas of Gangapur, the malaria patients are well below as prescribed by WHO. The main species involved is Plasmodiaum Vivax.
Few cases of plamodiaum falciparum is aslo observed.
Keywords: Malaria Incidence, P vivax, p Falciparum, Gangapur.
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