Antimicrobial susceptibility profiles of clinically important bacterial pathogens at the Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe, Malawi

Faheema E Choonara1,2,3, Bjørg C. Haldorsen4, Isaac Ndhlovu2, Osborne Saulosi2, Tarsizio Maida2, Fanuel Lampiao3, Gunnar S. Simonsen4,5, Sabiha Y. Essack1, and Arnfinn Sundsfjord4,5 Antimicrobial Research Unit, College of Health Sciences,…

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The beneficial effect of Adansonia digitata products success to modulate lipid profiles and inhibit LDL oxidation in-vitro: An associational study

Ahmed M. Ahmed1*, Omar F. Khabour2, Amjad Yousuf1, Saber M. Eweda1,3, Walaa Mohammedsaeed1, Haytham M. Daradka4, Salwa F. M. Hassanein5, Amna M. Ibrahim6 Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Faculty of…

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Socio-demographic characteristics of children and young adults with varied asthma control- does it make a difference?

Eze N Joy,1,2 Ayuk C Adaeze,1,2 Ughasoro D Maduka,1,2, Oguonu Tagbo1,2 Department of Paediatrics, College of Medicine, University of Nigeria Enugu Campus, Enugu, Nigeria.University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital Ituku/Ozall Enugu…

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Histomorphological assessment of non-neoplastic renal diseases at autopsy: an institutional experience in Southwestern Nigeria

Sebastian A. Omenai1, Mustapha A. Ajani2,3*, John I. Nwadiokwu2, Clement A. Okolo2,3 Department of Anatomical Pathology, Edo University, Iyamho, Edo state, Nigeria.Department of Pathology, University College Hospital, Ibadan, Oyo state,…

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D-dimer/Fibrinogen ratio and recurrent exacerbations might have a potential impact to predict 90-day mortality in patients with COPD exacerbation

Cihan Aydin1, Birsen Pınar Yıldız2*, Didem Görgün Hattatoğlu3 University of Health Sciences, Yedikule Chest Disease and Thoracic Surgery Training and Research Hospital, İstanbul, TurkeyUniversity of Health Sciences, Yedikule Chest Disease…

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Determinants of prelacteal feeding practice in Uganda;a population based cross-sectional study using Uganda demographic and health survey data

Ibrahim Isa Koire1, Ayla Acikgoz2*, Turkan Gunay3 Central College Kawaala, Kampala, UgandaVocational School of Health Services, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, TurkeyDepartment of Public Health, School of Medicine, Dokuz Eylul University,…

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Adolescent pregnancy outcomes at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Malawi: a cross-sectional study

Tamala Chaura1*, Donnie Mategula1,2, Luis Aaron Gadama1 Kamuzu University of Health Sciences, MalawiMalawi-Liverpool Wellcome Trust, Kamuzu University of Health Sciences, Malawi *Corresponding Author: Tamala Chaura, Email; drt.chaura@gmail.com AbstractMalawi has a…

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Knowledge, Practices and Use of Contact Lenses Among University Students in Turkey

Hamide Zengin1*, Sinem Yalnızoğlu Çaka2, Elif Erbay Özdede1, İpek Tanır Tatar3, Nursan Çınar4 Bilecik Seyh Edebali University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Pediatric Nursing, Bilecik, Turkey.Kocaeli University, Faculty of…

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The relationship between intimate partner violence and HIV outcomes among pregnant women living with HIV in Malawi

Elizabeth C. Wetzel1,2, Tapiwa Tembo2, Elaine J. Abrams4, Alick Mazenga2, Mike J. Chitani2, SaeedAhmed1,2, Xiaoying Yu3, Maria H. Kim1,2 Baylor College of Medicine International Pediatric AIDS Initiative, Texas Children’s Hospital,…

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Effect of an educational programme on critical care nurses’ competence at two tertiary hospitals in Malawi

Rodwell Gundo1,3, Beatrice Gundo2, Ellen Chirwa3, Annette Dickinson1, Gael Janine Mearns1 Auckland University of Technology, School of Clinical Sciences, Auckland 1142. New ZealandKamuzu Central Hospital, Lilongwe. MalawiKamuzu University of Health…

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