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Report on sleeping sickness in Northern Rhodesia to November 1910

A. May

Report on sleeping sickness in Northern Rhodesia to November 1910

by A. May

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Published by Printed at the "Administration Press" in Livingstone .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African trypanosomiasis -- Zambia.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A. May.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29p. ;
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18560423M

    A guide to the public records of Southern Rhodesia under the regime of the British South Africa Company, – 2nd ed. Salisbury, Baxter, T. W. and Burke, E. E. Guide to the historical manuscripts in the National Archives of Rhodesia. Gambiense human African trypanosomiasis (HAT, sleeping sickness) is widely assumed to be % pathogenic and fatal. However, reports to the contrary exist, and human trypano-tolerance has been postulated. Furthermore, there is uncertainty about.

    Report on Sleeping Sickness in Northern Rhodesia to February Livingstone: Government Printer, Uganda Protectorate. Annual Report on s years. London: HMSO. ——————. Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the Disturbances in Uganda during April Entebbe: Government Printer, • • •. The white population in Southern Rhodesia stood at 23, in (a minority of 3%), while Northern Rhodesia had about 3, white settlers (less than half of 1%). [5] [n 2] With the Company's charter due to expire in late , most Southern Rhodesian public attention was .

    Northern Rhodesia (Zambia) from German. to May and in November. tick-borne diseases, nagana (sleeping sickness in cattle), equine. malaria (now equine piroplasmosis) and.   A list of parliamentary papers relating to Rhodesia is given in the Colonial Office List, published annually in London, and annual reports are issued by the British South Africa also C. Gouldsbury and H. Sheane, The Great Plateau of Northern Rhodesia (); A. Darter, The Pioneers of Mashonaland (); the Report of the Rhodesia Resources Committee (); H. .


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Report on sleeping sickness in Northern Rhodesia to November 1910 by A. May Download PDF EPUB FB2

The first recognized cases of T. rhodesiense sleeping sickness occurred in Northern Rhodesia, Nyasaland, and Southern Rhodesia between and At this time sporadic cases only occurred in the Rhodesias, but there was an epidemic in by: Full text of "Report on sleeping sickness in northern Rhodesia to February " See other formats # ^be JSntisb South Hfnca (Tompan^j aMninistiation ot •Kcrtbern IRbobcsia.

IReport on Sleeping Siel^ness in movtbein IRbobesia to - februarp, I No. 1) The first recognized cases of T. rhodesiense sleeping sickness occurred in Northern Rhodesia, Nyasaland, and Southern Rhodesia between and At this time sporadic cases only occurred in the Rhodesias, but there was an epidemic in Nyasaland.

2) The epidemic spread northwards reaching Central Tanganyika in the 's, and Uganda and Kenya in the ' by: In this address the author reviews the general history of sleeping sickness and the discovery that it can be transferred from man to man by Glossina palpalis.

In the disease was unknown in Nyasaland, but in and a number of cases occurred amongst Europeans and natives. The disease has also been found in : W.

Yorke. Miscellaneous: Report on Examination of Kakumbi's and neighbouring villages (Northern Rhodesia) for Sleeping Sickness. Abstract: The author visited the village of Kakumbi (Fort Jameson Division) in November and found two persons infected with sleeping sickness among the inhabitants.

The 16th Report of the Sleeping Sickness Commission of the Royal Society purports to contain a complete account of the work of the Commission in Nyasaland. It consists of an Introduction and Sections A to F, treating of the examination of the Nyasaland mammals and tsetse flies for trypanosomes, the trypanosome diseases of man and domestic animals in that country, a description of three strains.

The early history of sleeping sickness in Nyasaland and Northern Rhodesia and the possible origin of T. rhodesiense The experiment of introducing a range of strains of trypanosomes from G. palpalis to G. morsitans areas may have been inadvertently carried out in Nyasaland and the Rhodesias in and the years immediately following.

Identification of Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense and initiation of the sleeping sickness commission The first documented case of Rhodesian sleeping sickness, as caused by Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense, was published in [ 8 ]. A mineral prospector, W.

Armstrong, became infected with sleeping sickness after visiting the Luangwa Valley in The total white population of Northern Rhodesia had risen to 74, people bymany of which came from South Africa in the s to work in the Copper mines.

Post-war austerity in Britain also encouraged people to look for a better life in the sun. And it was very pleasant for Europeans in Northern Rhodesia before independence.

In the Kashitu area, Glossina morsitans appears to be numerous and troublesome although game is relatively scarce. Collections of pupae, however, have shown that the apparent abundance is due to the fact that on account of the restlessness of the animals, flies of both sexes swarm round persons passing through the area and feed readily.

In the same area female flies were caught in relatively. Notes on a strain of human trypanosomiasis and a review of the present knowledge of the human trypanosomiasis of Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland Author links open overlay panel Ll.E.W.

Bevan M.R.C.V.S. T.G. Millington M.R.C.V.S., D.V.H. 33 See, for example, the discussion of Rhodesian sleeping sickness in Baker, J. R., ‘Epidemiology of African sleeping sickness’, in Trypanosomiasis and Leishmaniasis with Special Reference to Chaga's Disease, Ciba Foundation Symposium, N.S., xx (Amsterdam, London and New York, ), 30 – Alex and e r, David, Report on a case of sleeping sickness, occurring in Northern Nigeria.

(Journal of Trop. Med. and Hyg. “Notes on the Human Trypanosome of Northern Rhodesia.” Jl. Trop. Med. & Hyg., Janu Vol. xiv (2) (), pp. Finally, inpathologists John W.

Stevens and Harold B. Fantham, working in Rhodesia, discovered a second and much more acute form of sleeping sickness that kflled its victims within months, not years. (9) May, A., M.D. Report on Sleeping Sickness in Northern Rhodesia to February (10) British Medical Journal, 31st August (II) Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1St.

sleeping sickness resulted in a large area being declared a ‘ Sleeping Sickness Area ’ and closed to hunting by non- residents from and from [11]. In his new book Forged in the Great War: People, Transport, and Labour, the Establishment of Colonial Rule in Zambia,Jan-Bart Gewald, Professor of Southern African History at Leiden University and senior researcher at the African Studies Centre, writes about the establishment of colonial rule in Northern Rhodesia, the current Zambia.

23 November Leading Articles MEBICALJo. Sleeping Sickness in Rhodesia African sleeping sickness, like other infections of animals transmissible to man, is baffling in the diversity of forms in which it can occur.

They may range from the well-known and devastating epidemics that have depopulated whole. The author considers that in view of the erroneous impressions which prevail on the distribution of sleeping sickness in Southern Rhodesia, it is desirable to give a somewhat detailed account of it and of the distribution of the fly.

The only variety of Glossina found in Southern Rhodesia is G. morsitans, and its habitats are limited in area. died on 5 July 6 at Kasempa Northern Rhodesia Administra bad health— suff ering the early symptoms of sleeping sickness with con (29 October - 1 November).

For published full.(Picture )) Route of the Bayer expedition starting on 2 November in Cape Town, travelling to the areas most affected by African sleeping sickness in what is today Tanzania, Burundi, Ruanda, DR Congo as well as a small part of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Zambia, where the expedition ended in Kiambi in late medical auxiliaries and the negotiation of public health in colonial north-western tanzania* - volume 54 issue 3 - mari webel.