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  • Mohammed Lamorde, John Robert Stephen Tabuti, +9 authors Concepta Merry
  • Medicine
  • Journal of ethnopharmacology
  • 2010 (First Publication: 1 July 2010)
  • INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES In Uganda, there are over one million people with HIV/AIDS. When advanced, this disease is characterized by life-threatening opportunistic infections. As the formal healthContinue Reading
  • Moses Ocan, E A Obuku, +4 authors Celestino Obua
  • Medicine
  • BMC Public Health
  • 2015 (First Publication: 1 August 2015)
  • BackgroundAntimicrobial self-medication is common in most low and middle income countries (LMICs). However there has been no systematic review on non-prescription antimicrobial use in these settings.Continue Reading
  • Paul J Waako, Richard Odoi-adome, +6 authors Onesky Aupont
  • Medicine
  • Human resources for health
  • 2009 (First Publication: 9 March 2009)
  • BackgroundEast African countries have in the recent past experienced a tremendous increase in the volume of antiretroviral drugs. Capacity to manage these medicines in the region remains limited.Continue Reading
  • Esther C Atukunda, Mark J. Siedner, Celestino Obua, Godfrey Rwambuka Mugyenyi, Marc Twagirumukiza, Amon Ganaafa Agaba
  • Medicine
  • PLoS medicine
  • 2014 (First Publication: 1 November 2014)
  • In a double-blind randomized controlled trial, Esther Atukunda and colleagues evaluated whether sublingual misoprostol administered to women in labor was non-inferior to intramuscular oxytocin inContinue Reading
  • Willy W Anokbonggo, Jasper Ogwal-okeng, Celestino Obua, Onesky Aupont, Dennis Ross-Degnan
  • Medicine
  • East African medical journal
  • 2004 (First Publication: 1 February 2004)
  • INTRODUCTION Uganda began implementation of a structural adjustment programme (SAP) in July 1994 in order to improve social services. The decentralization of health services administration toContinue Reading