Prepare a one-page fact sheet/infographic on addiction. The fact sheet should include a definition and at least three facts and contradictions. It should be visually appealing and must include a visual representation to support the narrative.
rol infection(Hodel et al. 2009; Hodel et al. 2010; Jombo et al. 2011; Nsimaba et al. 2005; Souares et al. 2009), (2) Irrational treatment practices by the physician at the study sites with high transmission intensity of malaria parasites, where all febrile patients were treated with a variety of available antimalarial drugs(Aborah et al. 2013 and Khan et al. 2012), (3) Unawareness regarding the suitable antimalarial drug to be used for treating malaria (4) Treatment of previous episode of infection with antimalarial drug after then re-infection with a new parasite resulting of previously consumed episode of drug as residue in blood (Quashie et al. 2005; Stepniewska and White 2008 ). These factors contribute to increased drug pressure on the parasite thus encouraging resistance in Plasmodium species (Jamison et al. 2006). With these observations, it can be deduced that the entry criteria based on self reporting of previous drug intake or information collected in case record forms are not reliable at least in this population. Assuming that the patients with residual SDX in their whole blood had taken a single dose of SP according to body weight, most patients must have taken the drug, 1 month (median 29 days) prior blood withdrawal. Furthermore, it is also possible that patients might have taken a sub-therapeutic dose of SP more recently. Detection of a drug with very trace and long duration does not allow to determination of whether a patient had monotherapy or as part of an ACT or complete dose had been taken. The influence of age and sex on the probability of residual antimalarials at entry showed no significant relationship in our study indicating uniform antimalarial prescription or intake behaviour in the population. These estimates are approximate, as indicated by the wide confidence interval explained by the fair degree of inter-individual variability and residual error. Lower parasite density/”l was observed in patients having residual CQ and SDX as compared to those patients no residual CQ and SDX intakes. This clearly showed that the residual (CQ, SDX) levels of drug in blood were not enough to control parasite replication and to overcome clinical symptoms in the patients, although the parasitemia levels were little lower in the patients with residual CO/SDX than without because. antimalarials may screened out sensitive parasites and only resistant parasite population may survived with sub-therapeutic levels of SDX due to this; patients having residual levels of SDX showed lower parasite density as compared to without residual levels. Here it is difficult to comment whether the residual drug levels were due to the result of full or incomplete treatment and the parasites causing the current episode of infection were from the same or a new infection. These regions are far apart from each other and show a diverse level of drug resistance and malaria transmission intensity viz. a worse level of drug resistance and malaria transmis>GET ANSWER