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Figure 7 | Malaria Journal

Figure 7

From: Repeated mass distributions and continuous distribution of long-lasting insecticidal nets: modelling sustainability of health benefits from mosquito nets, depending on case management

Figure 7

Mean NHBs of LLINs and CM at periodic stable state. Lines are goodness of fit-weighted averages of the 14-variant model ensemble, averaged over the last 60 years of the 125 year simulation period, where the net health benefits (NHB) are in a periodic stable state. NHB are calculated as compared to scenarios with a low baseline case management (CM) of 9% reported treatment of recalled fevers with an effective antimalarial drug in DHS type surveys. The red line shows the effect of only distributing LLINs. The green line shows the effect of only scaling up CM to 80% reported treatment of recalled fevers. The black line shows the effect of both distributing LLINs and scaling up CM to 80%. The grey dashed line is the sum of the red and green line.

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