VL Systematic Reviews
Our global collaborations have produced systematic reviews investigating critical areas of concern surrounding VL treatment and clinical trial research. Find out more about how we set our Research Agenda.
Estimating the proportion of relapse following treatment of Visceral Leishmaniasis: Meta-analysis of published studies
Conducting a systematic review of the literature on study design, endpoint definitions and statistical methodologies used in clinical studies in Visceral Leishmaniasis (VL).
Gender disparity in patients enrolled in clinical trials of visceral leishmaniasis: a systematic review and meta-analysis
A systematic review and meta-analysis carried out to investigate impact of study design on observed disparity in gender distribution among patients enrolled in clinical trials of antileishmanial therapies.
A systematic review of literature aimed at identifying cases of VL in pregnancy, antileishmanial therapies used during pregnancy and the reports of vertical transmission of the disease.
A systematic review of published studies for estimating the baseline risk of serious adverse events and mortality in patients treated with antileishmanial therapies.