Mobile phones improve case detection and management of malaria in rural Bangladesh

by Chai S Prue, Kerry L Shannon, Jacob Khyang et al.
Malaria Journal 2013, 12:48 (4 February 2013)

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The recent introduction of mobile phones into the rural Bandarban district of Bangladesh provided a resource to improve case detection and treatment of patients with malaria. The authors conclude that mobile phone technology is an efficient and effective method for rapidly detecting and treating patients with malaria in this remote area. This technology, when combined with local knowledge and field support, may be applicable to other hard-to-reach areas to improve malaria control.

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