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Table 1 Cases of malaria and pregnancy

From: Imported malaria including HIV and pregnant woman risk groups: overview of the case of a Spanish city 2004–2014

  Patient 1 Patient 2 Patient 3 Patient 4 Patient 5 Patient 6 Patient 7 Patient 8 Patient 9
Age 30 31 32 31 35 36 33 32 26
Origina RD Congo
Immigrant
Nigeria
VFR
Nigeria
VFR
Equatorial Guinea
VFR
Nigeria
VFR
Equatorial Guinea
VFR
Nigeria
VFR
Equatorial Guinea
VFR
Equatorial Guinea
VFR
Gestation
Trimesterb
Parasitismc <1 % 5 % <1 % <1 % 1.40 % <1 % 1 % <1 % <1 %
Evolution Lost Recovery Recovery Recovery Recovery Recovery. Caesarean Recovery Relapse due to incomplete treatment. Recovery Recovery
New-born and weight   Healthy
3.11 kg.
Healthy
2.88 kg
Healthy
2.95 kg
  Foetal distress
3.46 kg
Healthy
2.76 kg
Healthy
3.93 kg
Healthy
3.18 kg
Complication   No HIV A2 HIV A2 Miscarriage None
No trophozoites in a placental study
Anaemia
Hb: 6 g/dl
No No
  1. aAll VFR are immigrants VFR
  2. bAll of the pregnant women were multiparous
  3. cAll cases were Plasmodium falciparum