Survey of Malaria Infection Among Residents of Ekpelu Community in Ebonyi State Using Rapid Antigen Detection Assay (Rdts) and Microscopy Method

Survey of Malaria Infection Among Residents of Ekpelu Community in Ebonyi State Using Rapid Antigen Detection Assay (Rdts) and Microscopy Method

Malaria is a life threatening parasitic disease transmitted by female Anopheles mosquitoes. It is the most highly prevalent tropical disease, with high morbidity and mortality and high economic and social impact (WHO., 2001).

Malaria together with HIV/ AIDS and tuberculosis, is one of the world’s most vital public health challenges compromising development in poverty stricken countries and [Read more…]

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Investigate Malarial Prevalence of Plasmodium Falciparum Among Pregnant Women in Abakaliki Metropolis

Investigate Malarial Prevalence of Plasmodium Falciparum Among Pregnant Women in Abakaliki Metropolis

It is well documented that pregnant women, especially primigravidae, are more susceptible to Plasmodium falciparum infection than non -pregnant women. Their susceptibility decreases, however, with increasing numbers of pregnancies, [Read more…]

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Histomorphological Appearance of Placenta in Normal and Abnormal Delivery

The placenta signifies the “second” or “embryonic” period of pregnancy (after the implantation period) and describes the establishment of a fully functional placenta. The placenta is an apposition of foetal and parental tissue for the purposes of physiological exchange. [Read more…]

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Prevalence of Quinolones Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus in Clinical Isolate

Prevalence of Quinolones Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus in Clinical Isolate

Staphylococcus aureus is a gram positive, catalase positive coagulase positive, non motile coccus bacterium that causes varieties of human infection and is major cause of mild skin infection to more serious and invasive infection including septicaemia, pneumonia, endocarditis, deep seated abscesses and toxic shock syndrome (Tenover et al ., 2000). [Read more…]

Assessment Of Knowledge Of The Consequences Of Passive And Active Cigarette Smoking On Health And Neurocognitive Functions Among Secondary School Children In Abakaliki

Assessment Of Knowledge Of The Consequences Of Passive And Active Cigarette Smoking On Health And Neurocognitive Functions Among Secondary School Children In Abakaliki

Smoking can be referred to as the inhaling or taking of smoke resulting from tobacco. Tobacco occur naturally in the tropics and presently grown in most part of the world as an agricultural products. Tobacco leaves is the most utilized part of the plant and it could be used naturally (fresh) or processed (dry) systematically into other forms of products as it is being seen today e.g. Cigarette, snuff, pipes etc. [Read more…]

Attitude Of Women Towards Menopause: A Study Of Teachers In Enugu North Local Government Area Of Enugu State.

Attitude Of Women Towards Menopause: A Study Of Teachers In Enugu North Local Government Area Of Enugu State.

Menopause is the permanent causation of menstrual activity; it occurs normally between the age of 40 and 55 years but may be surgically induced earlier. Certain physiologic changes result from decreasing amounts of estrogen in women during the climacteric (a period of decrease of reproductive capacity in women, culminating, in women in the menopause) Bernhard (2007).  Marking the end of the child bearing period. [Read more…]