Guidelines for Laboratory and Field-testing of Long-lasting Insecticidal Nets

The document describes laboratory and small- and large-scale field studies undertaken to determine the efficacy and operational acceptability of LNs.

The purpose of this document is to provide specific, standardized procedures and guidelines for testing LNs for personal protection and malaria vector control. It is intended to harmonize testing procedures in order to generate data for registration and labelling of such products by national authorities and provide a framework for industry in developing novel LN products.

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  • Sous-catégories Paludisme
  • Commodities Diagnostiques, Moustiquaires, Pulvérisation Intra-Domiciliaire
  • Date de mise à jour 2003
  • Version 2
  • Développé par WHO/OMS
  • Quand l'utiliser The document describes laboratory and small- and large-scale field studies undertaken to determine the efficacy and operational acceptability of LNs. The purpose of this document is to provide specific, standardized procedures and guidelines for testing LNs for personal protection and malaria vector control. It is intended to harmonize testing procedures in order to generate data for registration and labelling of such products by national authorities and provide a framework for industry in developing novel LN products.
  • Langues Anglais
  • Niveau d'utilisation Central, District, Formations sanitaires, Régional
  • Forme pdf document
  • Amount of training / TA required n/a
  • Inputs & outputs n/a
  • Coût free
  • Advantages n/a
  • Contraintes n/a
  • Disponibilité http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/80270/1/9789241505277_eng.pdf
  • Remarques Dr Rajpal S. Yadav (WHO)
  • Contact yadavraj@who.int
  • Submission date 2013-05-01 17:51:27