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Recommendations for good practice

Decision-making diagram 1-A.

Nocturnal transmission (malaria, Japanese encephalitis, West Nile fever, leishmanioses, Chagas disease).

Short or itinerant trip Long and fixed stay (resident, expatriate)
Impregnated
mosquito net *
(++++)
OR
ventilation/
air-conditioning (+)
AND
use of a diffusible
indoor insecticide (++)
OR
window and door
mosquito nets (++)
AND
use of a diffusible
indoor insecticide (++)
Impregnated
mosquito net *
(++++)
OR
ventilation/
air-conditioning (+)
AND
use of a diffusible
insecticide indoors (++)

Protecting clothes, ideally impregnated (++) Intra-domiciliar spraying of remnant insecticides (+++)

Skin repellents on exposed areas (++) Window and door mosquito nets (++)

Smoke coils § outdoors (+) Impregnated clothes (++)

Skin repellents when outdoors (++)

Smoke coils § outdoors (+)

++++: Essential; +++: Very important; ++: Important; +: Complementary; * Whenever impregnated mosquito nets are not available, use non-impregnated ones; § Out of an epidemic context of vector mosquito control, one should prefer other protection means than smoke coils, above all in children, elders, asthmatics and other respiratory disorders.

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