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ABSTRACT   Background Infertility is a major medical condition that affects many married couples in Africa and the world at large, as such associated with several social meanings. This study therefore explored the causes of infertility amongst women of childbearing age in Nigeria using the West Region as a case study.   Scope of study This study... Continue Reading


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Abstract Background: Previous reports showed lack of consensus on the possible etiology of coronary artery disease (CAD) between  HIV-treatment with highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) and HIV-infection in particular. The aim of this  study was to find out correlations of HIV-treatment and HIV-infection with CAD risk. Method: One... Continue Reading


This was done by a group of then  medical students of igbinedion university Okada. ... Continue Reading


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This was carried out by the class ... Continue Reading


Carried out by then medical students.  Disclaimer : this is not my work ... Continue Reading


This was carried out by then medical students of igbinedion university  Disclaimer: This is not my work ... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Peptic ulcer disease remains a relatively common disease and importantly a common cause of hospital admission both in developed and developing countries. Although most developed countries have achieved H. pylori eradication but still have new and recurrent cases which is attributed majorly to increase utilization of NSAIDs... Continue Reading


Background: Normal and abnormal development of anorectum is still under debate. Etiology of abnormal development of anorectum is poorly understood. Caffeine is a vasoconstrictor that has been implicated in abnormal anorectal development and is a major constituent of Kola nut (Cola nitida). It is consumed heavily by pregnant women in Nigeria to... Continue Reading


CHAPTER  ONE                                                 INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW Rapid  changes  in  demography  and  social  and  economic  development  play  an  important  role  in  the  emergence  of  noncommunicable  diseases  (NCDs)  as  a  public  health  problem.1 The  growing  burden ... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Pregnancy is associated with significant physiologic and anatomic changes which occur at different rates throughout the body to provide a good upshot for both mother and foetus. This study aimed at determining the changes in the blood glucose levels in the three trimeers of pregnancy and assessing the changes in the urine constituents... Continue Reading


INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Meningitis is an acute inflammation of the protective membranes covering the brain and the spinal cord, known collectively as the meninges. Ginsberg, (2012). The most common symptoms are fever, headache, and neck stiffness (CDC. 2014). Other symptoms include confusion or altered consciousness, vomiting, and... Continue Reading
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1.0. INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW OR BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Pre-eclampsia is defined as hypertension accompanied by proteinuria, usually occurs during the second half of pregnancy and causes complications in 20-80% of pregnancies. It is a hypertensive disorder occurring usually often 20 weeks of gestation. Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia are not distinct... Continue Reading


Abstract : Background: About 33 million people are infected with HIV globally with records of the greater burden of the disease in low and middle income countries. In the face of increasing survival of HIV infected individuals some HIV patients develop certain complications arising due to the direct effect of the virus, drug related side effects,... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Background: Antenatal care is an important aspect of preventive medicine directed at detecting and reducing the risk of complications among pregnant women. Clients' satisfaction indicates  patients' judgement about the strengths and weaknesses of a health facility. It is a means of  quality assessment in many areas of healthcare... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Background Historically, medicinal plants have played an important role in healthcare maintenance as it been used by man to treat illnesses from ancient times and are one of the oldest means of disease treatment used by man. The primary aim of this study was to determine the prevalence, usage pattern and determinants of current herbal... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Introduction - The debilitating nature of nodding disease can have a significant socioeconomic impact of the individuals and families affected. A broad understanding of these sociodynamic effects is crucial for an integrated management of the disease. Objectives- General objective was to establish the social effects of Nodding syndrome... Continue Reading


Background : HIV is still one of the leading causes of Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa, medical  students are relatively inexperienced and therefore at higher risk of exposure and infection,  awareness on PEP could highly reduce this risk. Objective : To assess Awareness, Attitudes and perception towards PEP among students in  kampala... Continue Reading


The study was aimed at assessing the salient experiences and opportunities couples living in HIV-sero discordant go through. A qualitative phenomenological study design was employed. Purposive sample of 8 couples were interviewed and data collected was by in-depths interview. Data analysis was done using thematic content analysis. The... Continue Reading


This study was set to examine factors affecting adherence to ARVs among HIV/AIDS patients attending Kawolo Hospital HIV Clinic Buikwe District. Adherence is an indication of the degree to which patients follow advice regarding the long term treatment (Hsu, 2005).Adherence involves a mutual decision making process between the patient and the health... Continue Reading


AWARENESS, ATTITUDE, BELIEFS AND PRACTICES OF FAMILY PLANNING IN ISHAKA DIVISION. Family planning encompasses the different ways and methods people use to plan for their family size. It goes beyond birth control to refer to a variety of issues that influence their choice of family planning, including awareness, attitudes and beliefs towards family... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Introduction: Dyspepsia is relatively non-specific, and includes general abdominal discomfort, early satiety and bloating. Patients often ignore the condition and not present to clinic until more severe symptoms manifest, such as belching, heartburn, nausea, vomiting, and pain(Mahadvera , 2010). With a global prevalence of uninvestigated... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Abortion remains a major global health issue, approximately 44 million of the 210 million pregnancies that occur each year-end in induced abortion, and almost half of them(4.9%) are estimated to be unsafe. Unsafe abortion is highly prevalent in countries with restrictive abortion laws, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America.... Continue Reading


A cross-sectional study was done to find out the availability of cervical cancer screening services in Bushenyi district covering Rugazi Health centre IV, Comboni hospital, Kitagata hospital and Kampala International University Teaching hospital. 200 respondents comprised of women of childbearing age (15-49 years) attending antenatal care and... Continue Reading
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