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Bankole Peter Kuti, et al.
Prompt recognition and management of co-morbidities is an important step in ensuring optimal childhood asthma symptoms control. This study sets out to determine the prevalence, predictive factors and association of co-morbidities with asthma severity, lung functions and symptoms control in Nigerian children. children (aged 2 to 15 years) with phy...Read more
Domaine: Pediatrics (general) | 26 Mar 2020
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Bartholomew Nyangahu Ondigo, et al. | 30 Mar 2020
Pan African Medical Journal. 30 Mar 2020; 35(94)
There is an effort to develop a critical mass of biomedical researchers in low middle-income countries by funding organizations and academic institutions in high-income countries. This involves provid...Read more
Opinion
Francois-Xavier Mbopi-Keou, et al. | 22 Feb 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 22 Feb 2019; 32(87)
This position paper is written in reference to the recent extensive media coverage of the report of the Independent Panel describing Harassment, Including Sexual Harassment, Bullying and Abuse of Powe...Read more
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Omobolaji Ayandipo, et al. | 25 Mar 2020
Pan African Medical Journal. 25 Mar 2020; 35(90)
Sub-Saharan Africa is experiencing a rapid epidemiological transition with the increasing incidence of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD). Among these, cancer is one of the main causes of death in adult...Read more
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Martine Claude Etoa Etoga, et al. | 02 Jan 2020
Pan African Medical Journal. 02 Jan 2020; 35(2)
Hyperprolactinemia is responsible for 20 to 25% of consultations of secondary amenorrhea and 17% for female infertility. Dopamine agonists are the gold standard treatment of hyperprolactinemia. Althou...Read more
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Ahmed Bennana, et al. | 27 Mar 2020
Pan African Medical Journal. 27 Mar 2020; 35(93)
Les régimes d´assurance maladie obligatoire des salariés des secteurs public et privé connaissent, d´une part, une croissance continue des dépenses médicales, et d´autre part, ...Read more
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Oludamilola Adebola Adejumo, et al. | 17 Feb 2020
Pan African Medical Journal. 17 Feb 2020; 35(44)
Medical practice usually involves different activities which if not professionally handled, may give rise to liabilities on the part of the medical practitioner. These liabilities may arise in tortiou...Read more
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Hélio Inácio Elias, et al. | 01 Apr 2020
Pan African Medical Journal. 01 Apr 2020; 35(95)
Pope Francis visited Mozambique from September 4-6, 2019. During the visit, a real-time surveillance system for mass gathering events was implemented in all places where people gathered in Maputo City...Read more
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Ali Akhaddar, et al. | 03 Mar 2020
Pan African Medical Journal. 03 Mar 2020; 35(62)
Spinal anesthesia is a widely used regional anesthesia for many infra-umbilical surgical procedures with proven efficacy and safety. However, although rare, some neurologic complications can occur wit...Read more
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