The impact of delayed treatment of uncomplicated P. falciparum malaria on progression to severe malaria: A systematic review and a pooled multicentre individual-patient meta-analysis.

Mousa, Andria; Al-Taiar, Abdullah; Anstey, Nicholas M; Badaut, Cyril; Barber, Bridget E; Bassat, Quique; Challenger, Joseph D; Cunnington, Aubrey J; Datta, Dibyadyuti; Drakeley, Chris; +22 more... Ghani, Azra C; Gordeuk, Victor R; Grigg, Matthew J; Hugo, Pierre; John, Chandy C; Mayor, Alfredo; Migot-Nabias, Florence; Opoka, Robert O; Pasvol, Geoffrey; Rees, Claire; Reyburn, Hugh; Riley, Eleanor M; Shah, Binal N; Sitoe, Antonio; Sutherland, Colin J; Thuma, Philip E; Unger, Stefan A; Viwami, Firmine; Walther, Michael; Whitty, Christopher JM; William, Timothy; Okell, Lucy C; (2020) The impact of delayed treatment of uncomplicated P. falciparum malaria on progression to severe malaria: A systematic review and a pooled multicentre individual-patient meta-analysis. PLOS MEDICINE, 17 (10). e1003359. ISSN 1549-1277 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1003359

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