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Mercy Gogoi

Umanand Prasad School of Medicine and Health Sciences, The University of Fiji, Saweni, Lautoka, Fiji

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    Evidence-based approach to fever and fever of unknown origin in Fiji
    Author(s): Abhijit Gogoi*, Judith Apondi Oremo, Ivor Xavier Tsika, ElisonJimmy, Alphones Kuma, Muhammed Ilyas Harun and Mercy Gogoi

    While Fiji a South Pacific Country is an archipelago of more than 300 islands. With an approximate population of 889, 953, Fiji faces a growing burden of several communicable diseases and non-communicable disease including fever of unknown origin. Surveillance data suggest that Fever has become increasingly common in rural areas of Fiji and is more frequent amongst acute respiratory infections, dengue and viral infections. Appropriate measures are taken by the Ministry of Health Fiji to reduce the potential for relapse and reinfection in clinical cases, by encouraging proper hand hygiene of food and drink handlers, water and sanitation agencies to review current sanitation practices and vaccination policy targeting epidemiologically relevant populations. This article initial aim is to examine fever of unknown origin around the Pacifi.. Read More»

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