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  • 1. PREVALENCE OF URINARY SCHISTOSOMIASIS AND ITS CO-INFECTION WITH SALMONELLA SPECI...

    » ABSTRACT Urinary schistosomiasis and Salmonella bacteraemia are increasing health burdens among African children. This study was aimed at assessing the prevalence of urinary schistosomiasisand its co infection with Salmonella species amongst pupils in Jaba LGA, Kaduna State, Nigeria. A total of 505 pupils voluntarily participated in the study.Ten (10) ml urine and 2ml blood samples were collected ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  33 engagements | 

  • 2. EVALUATION OF TOTAL PROTEIN AND LIPID PROFILE IN PRE-ECLAMPTIC PATIENTS ATTENDIN...

    » ABSTRACT Pre eclampsia has remained a significant public health threat in both developed and developing countries contributing to maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality globally (Shah et al.,2009; Magee et al., 2014). It is a disorder of pregnancy characterized by the onset of high blood pressure and often a significant amount of protein in the urine (proteinuria), which begins after 20 we...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  28 engagements | 

  • 3. MICROBIOLOGY OF SURGICAL WOUND INFECTIONS. A RESEARCH PROJECT TOPIC ON PUBLIC HE...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Before the mid 19th century, surgical patients commonly developed postoperative “irritative fever” followed by purulent discharge from their incision, overwhelming sepsis and often death. It was not until the late 1860s, after Joseph Lister introduced the principles of antisepsis that postoperative infection morbidity decreased substantially. Among surgical pat...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  24 engagements | 

  • 4. ABORTION AND THE HEALTH OF FEMALES (15-49 YEARS) IN BIG QUA COMMUNITY, CALABAR M...

    » ABSTRACT This study examined abortion and the Health of females (15 49 years) in Big Qua Community, Calabar Municipal Area of Cross River State. The study was determined by threatened abortion, criminal abortion and septic abortion. The study was necessary because in spite of effort bythe Government and other non governmental organization in providing free healthcare services for females of (15 49...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  39 engagements | 

  • 5. PREVALENCE OF MALNUTRITION AMONG CHILDREN UNDER-FIVE IN CALABAR SOUTH LOCAL GOVE...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background study Nutrition is essential for life. Growth and development of an individual is determined by the quality of food consumed. The nutritional status of any person is dictated by the quality and quantity of nutrients absorbed and the body’s ability to use them for its metabolic needs. People who have a good nutritional status have no malnutrition. Malnutrit...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  43 engagements | 

  • 6. EFFECT OF POOR SANITATION PRACTICE ON PUBLIC HEALTH

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY 1.1 Introduction Efforts to assuage poverty cannot be complete if access to good water and sanitation systems are not part. In the 2000, 189 nations adopted the United Nations Millennium Declaration, and from that, the Millennium Development Goals were made. Goal 4, which aims at reducing child mortality by two thirds for children under five, is...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  34 engagements | 

  • 7. EXAMINING THE TREATMENT OF DISEASES CAUSED BY MICRO-ORGANISMS BASED IN THE NATUR...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUNG OF STUDY 1.1.1 Phyllantus This is a genus of the family Euphorbiaceae. It was first identified in Central and Southern India in 18th century. It is called carry me seed, stone breaker, wind breaker, gulf leaf flower or gala of wind, (Bharatiya 1992). There are over 300 genera with over 5,000 species in the Euphorbiaceae world wide. The Phyllantus is one of t...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  18 engagements | 

  • 8. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF SURGICAL WOUND INFECTIONS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Before the mid 19th century, surgical patients commonly developed postoperative “irritative fever” followed by purulent discharge from their incision, overwhelming sepsis and often death. It was not until the late 1860s, after Joseph Lister introduced the principles of antisepsis that postoperative infection morbidity decreased substantially. Among surgical pat...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  19 engagements | 

  • 9. STUDYING AND EXAMINING THE OCCURENCE OF HEAVY METALS IN GILLS,MUSCLES, AND LIVER...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction Heavy metals are those metallic elements with high atomic or specific gravity that is at least five times greater than that of water. Several elements have been listed in this group. The presence of heavy metals in the aquatic environment in trace concentrations is important for normal development of the organism (Kori Siakpere and Ubogu, 2008). They could be detected ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  20 engagements | 

  • 10. THE EFFECT AND FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF FLOUR PRODUCED FROM ABACHA (CASSAVA)

    » ABSTRACT This study was carried out to determine the functional properties of cassava flour produced using different drying method namely sundried and oven dried. The flours were obtaining from cassava (Manihot Esculent Crantz) by peelings, washing, cooking, slicing or chopping, drying, milling and sieving. The flours obtained were evaluated for functional properties. The flours samples have funct...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  14 engagements | 

  • 11. THE PRODUCTION AND SENSORY EXAMINATION OF BISCUIT USING WHEAT FLOUR, CASSAVA FLO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Urbanization is charging the food habits and preferences of the populace towards convenient foods, which influence their nutritional intake. Most of the snacks consumed are high in carbohydrate. The use of composite flour has been encouraged since it reduces the importation of wheat. Biscuits, which are usually produced from cereal flours (mainly wheat) are consumed extens...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  12 engagements | 

  • 12. THE IDENTIFICATION AND EXAMINATION OF NEMATODE AFFECTING TOMATOES GROWN IN SOME ...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION: Nematodes are tiny, thread like worms measuring 0.0 15 inch to 0.187 inch in length. They are either free living parasitic or saprophytic, identified on the basis of shapes, size and special structures. The females become swollen and flask shaped as a result of accumulation of eggs with the anus virtually terminal in position, while the males are vermiform (Sherf and ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  12 engagements | 

  • 13. THE EFFECT AND IMPACT OF NUTRITION EDUCATION ON THE DIETARY HABITS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Nutrition education is any combination of educational strategies, accompanied by environmental supports, designed to facilitate voluntary adoption of food choices and other food and nutrition related behaviour conducive to health and well being. Nutrition education is delivered through multiple venues and involves activities of the individual, c...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  29 engagements | 

  • 14. ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE AND STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIARRHEA...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Diarrheal disease is highly preventable, yet accounts for nine percent of all deaths among children under age five worldwide [Liu, 2013]. In 2013, this translated into about 580,000 child deaths, or, on average, 1,600 children dying each day due to preventable diarrhea [WHO, 2014]. Diarrhoea is the disturbance of the gastrointestinal tract comprising of chan...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  24 engagements | 

  • 15. THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY HEALTH PRACTITIONERS ON INJECTION SAFETY

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND Injection safety, or safe injection practices, is a set of measures taken to perform injections in an optimally safe manner for patients, healthcare personnel, and others. The Standard Precautions section of the 2007 Guideline for Isolation Precautions provides evidence based recommendations for safe injection practices and reflects the minimum standards that healthcare ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  15 engagements | 

  • 16. FACTOR AFFECTING DIETARY CHOICES AMONG PREGNANT WOMAN ATTENDING HEALTH CARE FACI...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Pregnancy is a crucial period of every woman’s life. At this stage nutritional status of woman is very essential as it affects the pregnancy outcome. Inadequate nutrition during pregnancy may have unfavorable effects on fetus. It is also seen that the diet during pregnancy is related to the disease pattern of the resulting child in adult life....Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  15 engagements | 

  • 17. EVALUATING THE CHALLENGES OF MANAGING INTERDEPARTMENTAL CONFLICTS IN NIGERIAN HE...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Conflict is an inevitable consequence of human interaction which can be described as behaviour (by organization or team members) that is expended in opposition to other members, the process which starts when one party perceives that the other has frustrated or is about to frustrate some concern of his/her or merely when incompatible activities occur...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  10 engagements | 

  • 18. EFFECT OF DRUG ABUSE ON MENTAL HEALTH

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Drug abuse is the habitual abuse of licit of illicit drugs to the extent that the abuse substantially injuries a person’s health or substantially interferes with his or her social or economic functioning. Furthermore, any person who has lost the power of self control over the use of drugs is considered a chronic drug abuser. Many individuals h...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  27 engagements | 

  • 19. ASSESSING THE ROLE OF PARENTAL INFLUENCE IN PREVENTION OF HIV/AIDS AMONG YOUTH

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study One of the leading causes of premature death in the last thirty years has been the scourge of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). The disease, AIDS, was first clinically observed in 1981 (Gerald et al, 2010). From then, it has spread to all continents of the world and remains a great killer, a disease to which no man has found solution. In 1...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  23 engagements | 

  • 20. A SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS OF RETENTION IN HUMAN I...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) belongs to the family of ‘retroviruses’and possesses the ability to transform its genetic material from viral ribonucleic acid (RNA) into deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and then subsequently integrate the latter into the genome of an infected human cell(Maartens, Celum, & Lewin, 2014). These pr...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  17 engagements | 

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