Amulets, Bands and Other Traditional Applications seen among Emergency and Neonatal Pediatric Admissions in a Tertiary Centre, Nigeria.

@article{Adeboye2011AmuletsBA,
  title={Amulets, Bands and Other Traditional Applications seen among Emergency and Neonatal Pediatric Admissions in a Tertiary Centre, Nigeria.},
  author={Muhammed Adeboye and Olasunkanmi A Adegboye and Aishatu Ahmed Abdulkarim and Edith C Eze and Mohammed Jimoh Saka and Abdullahi Usman and Amos Solomon and Bosede Folashade Rotimi},
  journal={Oman medical journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={
          337-41
        }
}
OBJECTIVES This study aims to investigate the types and indications of amulets, bands and traditional applications among pediatric emergencies and neonatal admissions into the Federal Medical Centre, Bida, Nigeria. METHODS This was a cross-sectional study conducted between January and July, 2008. Children admitted into the emergency and neonatal units of the institution with traditional applications were recruited. Information on demography, time the application was introduced, the reason… Expand
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