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AIM A patient education programme in the management of diabetes mellitus (DM) was piloted in a government polyclinic. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the education programme in improving knowledge of DM and skills in self-care in order to achieve long term control of DM. METHOD The study was carried out on an intervention group of 183… (More)
Concurrent infections with more than one etiological agent can result in an illness with overlapping symptoms, resulting in a situation where the diagnosis and management of such a patient could be challenging. We report a case of vivax malaria in a patient who was also serologically positive for leptospirosis and dengue.
We describe the HIV risk perception, sexual behavior, and HIV prevalence among 423 men-who-have-sex-with-men (MSM) clients who received voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) services at a community-based center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The mean age was 29 years old. One hundred one (23.9%) clients rated themselves as low risk, 118 (27.9%) as medium risk,… (More)
A survey conducted in September 1987 among medical doctors and dental surgeons in Singapore found that most respondents expressed personal reservations and inadequacies in dealing with AIDS/HIV-positive patients and homosexuals. They were also concerned about exposure of their staff to AIDS patients and their likely reactions towards treating these… (More)
This survey aims to determine the number and profile of private workplaces in Singapore which have a smoking restriction policy. The response rate was 43%. Of the companies which responded, 59% had some form of smoking restriction. Private companies are more likely to have a smoking restriction policy: (a) where smoking poses inherent fire risks, such as… (More)