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Prevalence of vaginal candidiasis among pregnant women with abnormal vaginal discharge in Maiduguri.
BACKGROUND Pregnancy represents a risk factor in the occurrence of vaginal candidiasis. OBJECTIVES To determine the prevalence and clinical features associated with abnormal vaginal discharge andExpand
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Maternal deaths: initial report of an on-going monitoring of maternal deaths at the Federal Medical Centre Katsina, Northwest Nigeria
Abstract Objectives: To assess the maternal mortality ratio (MMR) from data collected as maternal deaths occurred over a 4-year period. Methods: A Departmental database established in 2008 was usedExpand
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The efficacy of 10gram intramuscular loading dose of MgSO(4) in severe preeclampsia/ eclampsia at a tertiary referral centre in Northwest Nigeria.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES The efficacy of 10g intramuscular loading dose of magnesium sulphate in women with severe preeclampsia/eclampsia was assessed at a tertiary health centre for potential use atExpand
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The efficacy of intramuscular loading dose of MgSO4 in severe pre-eclampsia/ eclampsia at a tertiary referral centre in Northwest Nigeria.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES The efficacy of 10g intramuscular loading dose of magnesium sulphate in women with severe preeclampsia/eclampsia was assessed at a tertiary health centre for potential use atExpand
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Species of Coagulase- Negative Staphylococci Isolated from Anterior Nare and Milk of Ruminant Animals and Contacts Persons in Maiduguri, Nigeria
Coagulase negative staphylococci (CNS) are primary cause of mastitis in ruminant animal, and can either be transmitted by contagious or by environmental means. Therefore, we speculate whether thereExpand
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Retrospective Analysis of Bacterial Pathogens Isolated from Wound Infections at a Tertiary Hospital in Nguru, Yobe State Nigeria
Wound infections inflict clinical and societal consequences on the patients, but its bacteriological characteristic varies with different factors. Therefore, effective treatment and management ofExpand
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Serological detection of hepatitis B and D virus co-infection among patients attending a tertiary health facility at Maiduguri, Nigeria
Background: Hepatitis D virus (HDV) is highly pathogenic, and clinical studies revealed that HDV infection aggravates the natural history of the underlying hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection byExpand