The netting used in this study for the control treatment and hand insecticide-treated bednets was made by Siam Dutch Netting Company (Bangkok, Thailand), and is made of 100% polyester, 100 denier, with mesh of 156 holes/[cm.
What does ITB stand for?
ITB stands for Insecticide-Treated Bednet
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- In the Butt (medical)
- In-Transit Buffer
- Independent Tank Battalion
- Individual Throttle Bodies
- Industry Training Board (various organizations)
- Infantry Training Battalion
- Infectious Tracheobronchitis (aka Kennel Cough)
- Information Technology Branch
- Information Technology Building (various locations)
- Inland Tug and Barge
- Inside the Beltline
- Inside The Beltway (Washington, DC)
- Institut Technique de Banque (French: Technical Institute of Banking)
- Institut Teknologi Bandung (Indonesian: Bandung Institute of Technology; Indonesia)
- Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (Ireland)
- Institute of Tropical Biology
- Institute of Tropical Biology (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)
- Instruction to Bidder
- Instytut Techniki Budowlanej (Poland)
- Insurance Technical Bureau
Samples in periodicals archive:
Shepard award for Science on contribution to the field of Public Health for work on the Western Kenya Insecticide-Treated Bednet Trial.
The two most popular methods of malaria vector control in southern Africa are indoor residual insecticide spraying (IRS) and/or insecticide-treated bednets (ITNs).
Demographic Health Survey (DHS) data from Cambodia in 2005 were explored, examining the percentage of households with at least one insecticide-treated bednet in urban areas and in rural areas.
The campaign teaches preventative actions and distributes discount vouchers for long-lasting insecticide-treated bednets to pregnant women.
Effect of sustained insecticide-treated bednet use on all-cause child mortality in an area of intense perennial transmission in western Kenya.
The Roll Back Malaria efforts included distribution of 80,000 insecticide-treated bednets and training of health workers in diagnosis and treatment.
The insecticide-treated bednets shorten vector longevity, therefore, decreasing the probability of the parasite completing its development (21).