The aim of this guideline is to provide clinicians with evidenced based, up-to-date information about the prevention of malaria in pregnancy in situations that are likely to be encountered in UK medical facilities (that is, UK-based residents visiting malaria endemic areas). These guidelines are not necessarily appropriate for those residing in endemic areas. This guideline covers malaria prevention travel recommendations in:
- women planning a pregnancy
- those already pregnant or breast feeding.
Drug recommendations for malaria prophylaxis can change, owing to resistance, and up-to-date information on drugs can be obtained using online resources as described in this guideline.
This guideline is can be downloaded as a pdf using the link below:
The revision for this Guideline will not begin until mid-end 2015.
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