Impact, economic evaluation, and sustainability of integrated vector management in urban settings to prevent vector-borne diseases: a scoping review

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cutaneous leishmaniasis 21455 the health outcome used in four studies, including dengue-related illness [[62]], malaria [[58]], and cutaneous leishmaniasis [[29], [42]]. Ocampo et al. [[62]] found a reduction in dengue incidence (RR = 0.19) with an intervention
cutaneous leishmaniasis 22130 installing deltamethrin-impregnated screens and curtains as a preventive measure for anthropologic cutaneous leishmaniasis (ACL). Their findings showed the short-term effectiveness of such preventive measures (RR = 0.84),
infectious disease 4960 complex process, IVM remains an approach with great promise for the control of vector-borne and other infectious disease s related to poverty worldwide [[8]].Among key vector control elements, the scientific literature highlights
malaria 1365 CHEERS were used to evaluate quality.Of the 42 documents reviewed, 30 were focused on dengue, eight on malaria , and two on leishmaniasis. More than a half of the studies were conducted in the Americas. Half used
malaria 11442 (Table 1). Of the 42 documents reviewed, 30 (71.4%) were focused on dengue vectors, eight (19%) on malaria vectors, and two on leishmaniasis. Half of the studies used a quantitative descriptive approach (n = 21);
malaria 20931 density of immature Aedes aegypti [[34], [41]], and the ovitrap index [[24], [28]]. The outcomes used for malaria control interventions were parasite rates [[61]] and the entomological inoculation rate [[58]]. Comparators
malaria 21435 incidence of illness was the health outcome used in four studies, including dengue-related illness [[62]], malaria [[58]], and cutaneous leishmaniasis [[29], [42]]. Ocampo et al. [[62]] found a reduction in dengue incidence
malaria 21684 intervention based on community participation and mass control of vectors in street catch basins. Regarding malaria , Geissbühler et al. [[58]] concluded that larviciding reduced malaria infection risk among children
malaria 21755 street catch basins. Regarding malaria, Geissbühler et al. [[58]] concluded that larviciding reduced malaria infection risk among children ≤5 years of age (OR = 0.28) and provided protection at least as
malaria 24745 cost-effectiveness analyses used different measures. Maheu-Giroux and Castro [[55]] used three outcomes: malaria infections averted, malaria-associated deaths prevented, and disability-adjusted life years (DALY).
malaria 24773 different measures. Maheu-Giroux and Castro [[55]] used three outcomes: malaria infections averted, malaria -associated deaths prevented, and disability-adjusted life years (DALY). Baly et al. [[40]] used the
malaria 25858 [[35], [40]] and the other two had a low risk [[46], [55]]. Finally, although some elements, such as malaria incidence [[55]] or amount of rainfall [[35]], were identified as key factors that could affect an intervention,
malaria 35960 larvicides using a community-based but vertically managed approach. This procedure, developed to reduce malaria prevalence and as a complement to the existing protection provided by insecticide-treated bed-nets,

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