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PROFILE OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS AMONG PRIESTS IN A NIGERIAN RURAL COMMUNITY
This study was undertaken to explore how rural households perceive and prioritize tropical endemic diseases in different Local Government Areas (LGAs) of Southeast Nigeria. Marked differences in perception and prioritization of endemic diseases exist across the LGAs. Malaria is ranked highest as the most serious disease, followed by typhoid fever and HIV/AIDS.
The present study is aimed at assessing the influence of the utilization of maternity services and awareness of the need for institutional delivery on the outcome of pregnancy among a rural population in Nigeria.
Analysis of a questionnaire distributed among 50 medical women who obtained their secondary school certificates between 1971 and 1999 and were working at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH) Enugu, around October, 1999, revealed that mathematics was their best subject overall.
A cross sectional study of the practices of abortion among 923 female college students from two tertiary institution in Enugu, Nigeria, was undertaken using, self administered questionnaires.
To measure the prevalence of tobacco use, alcohol misuse, physical inactivity, obesity and to study associated factors.
to determine the pattern of injection use and reasons for its use in formal health facilities.
To conduct a sanitary inspection of wells in Enugu so ad to identify the system deficiencies of wells in Enugu so as to identify the systems deficiencies that could pose risk factors of the wells in different areas of the town.
Over a period of two years, all urological patients admitted to a private clinic in Enugu, were interviewed to ascertain their pattern of consumption of traditional medicine both before and during admission in the ward.
A retrospective study of I8 consecutive triplet and 2 quadruplet pregnancies managed at the University of Nigeria Teaching hospital (U.N.T.H) Enugu between
January 1987 a Decen1bcr 1996 was done. The prevalence of triplet a d qaudruplet pregnancies was 1.907 anti 1:8162 deliveries respectively. Sevenly two percent of the women were illiterate house wives. One patient each of the triplet and quadruplet groups had a previous history of twin pregnancy
The Changing Pattern of Childhood Malignancies in Eastern Nigeria. (1976 – 2004)
Revitalization of Sentinel Surveillance Sites in
Health Zone A of Nigeria.
Synopsis of Occupation and Environmental Health.
Primary Health Care for Development Countries.
Sexuality: Knowledge of Medical and Non-
Medical Nigerian Population.