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Papers Achieving the millennium development goals for health

Cost effectiveness analysis of strategies to combat malaria in developing countries

BMJ 2005; 331 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.38639.702384.AE (Published 01 December 2005) Cite this as: BMJ 2005;331:1299

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Corrigendum

Corrections should be made to Table 3 and Web Table 2:

1) R (starting resistance) of Case management with Chloroquine should
be 0.35 (it was 0.3)

2) Adherence for Case management with non-artemisinin based combination
treatment should not have a symbol.

3) Probability of success when not fully compliant for Case management
with non-artemisinin based combination treatment should be 35% (it was
45%).

4) Adherence for Case management with artemisinin based combination
treatment should be 35% (it was 40%) It should not have a symbol.

5) Probability of success when not fully compliant for Intermittent
presumptive treatment with SP in pregnancy should be 0% (it was 10%)

Competing interests:
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Competing interests: No competing interests

20 December 2005
Chantal M Morel
Research Fellow
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine