Evaluation of CCA urine-tests for diagnosis of Schistosoma guineensis infection in Cameroon

Review status: 
Accepted

Research question

To determine if the circulating cathodic antigen (CCA) rapid diagnostic test is as effective as the Kato-Katz (KK) test in diagnosing S. guinensis

Study sites

Notes

Total Sample Size: 1500

This study is Completed

Contact

Funding partner(s)

Reference information

NTD-SC #
58
Completed on

Tags

Disease(s)
Schistosomiasis
Research topic(s)
Comparison
Control
Diagnostics
Evaluation
Integration
Mapping
Monitoring
Scaling-up
Surveillance
Testing comparative diagnostic tools
Study design(s)
Cross-sectional
Indicator(s)
Prevalence