African Journal of
Medical and Health Sciences

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE FEDERAL TEACHING HOSPITAL, ABAKALIKI, NIGERIA
  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Med. Health Sci.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2384-5589
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJMHS
  • Start Year: 2017
  • Published Articles: 63

Utilisation of long-lasting-insecticide-treated nets among pregnant women and under-five children in selected sub-urban areas of Lusaka, Zambia

April 2022 - Vol 22 Num. 3

Malaria is endemic in Zambia and is more common among pregnant mothers and under-five-year-old children. Long lasting insecticide treated mosquito nets are effective against malaria among other measures. However, over the years, data has shown low utilisation of insecticide treated mosquito nets among pregnant women and...

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Utilisation of long-lasting-insecticide-treated nets among pregnant women and under-five children in selected sub-urban areas of Lusaka, Zambia

April 2022

Mutinke Zulu, Kabwe Chitundu, Emmanuel Mwila Musenge, Mwaba Chileshe, Victoria Kalusopa, Natalia Mbewe, Martha Mbewe Mwelwa and Dorothy Chanda

Geographical/environmental effects on lipid profiles and its association with glycemic control in Saudi Arabia

March 2022

Saif Aboud M Alqahtani, Zuhier A Awan, Saeed M Al Amoudi, and Mohammed Yahia Alasmary  

Gynecological lesions in Delta State, Nigeria: A hospital-based histopathologic study

February 2022

Uchendu Obiora Jude  

Assessment of socio-economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic on households: A case study of households in Anambra State, Nigeria

December 2021

Okondu Ogechukwu Emmanuel, Akingbade Oluwadamilare, Emmanuel Adesuyi, Afolabi Racheal Ayomide, Julius Olatade Maitanmi, Uzoamaka Chinyere Chukwuemeka and Favour Anyanwu

Management of ruptured pseudoaneurysm of the right common carotid artery in a resource-limited setting (Case report)

November 2021

Nwafor I. A., Onwura C. C., Obi C. C., Akanni B. A., Gold I. and Eze J. C.  

March 2021

Primary and secondary resistance to first-line anti-tuberculosis medications at the Institute Pasteur Bangui, Central African Republic

Alain Farra, Boris Jolly, Gilles Ngaya, Herve Gando, Aristide Desire Komamgoya-Nzonzon, and Alexandre Manirakiza  

January 2021

Predictors of HIV disclosure amongst people living with HIV/AIDS at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria

Oku A. O., Mkpanam N. E., Ekpenyong N. O., Isika A. I. and Akpakpan A.U.  

February 2021

Preconception care: What women know, think and do

Ayodeji A. Adeyemo and Oluwasomidoyin O. Bello  

February 2021

Orthodox and unorthodox practices by traditional birth attendants’ in Nsukka area of Enugu State, Southeast Nigeria

George Onyemaechi Ugwu, Ed Nwobodo, Godwin Uchenna Ezema, Cosmos Onah and Odidika Ugochukwu Umeora  

April 2021

Salivary gland tumours in the intraoral region: A retrospective study of cases treated in a teaching hospital in North-West Nigeria

Omisakin Olatunde Oluleke, Ayuba Iko Godwin, Fomete Benjamin, Ogunsina Modupe and Sannom Yates  

March 2021

Primary and secondary resistance to first-line anti-tuberculosis medications at the Institute Pasteur Bangui, Central African Republic

Alain Farra, Boris Jolly, Gilles Ngaya, Herve Gando, Aristide Desire Komamgoya-Nzonzon, and Alexandre Manirakiza  

January 2021

Predictors of HIV disclosure amongst people living with HIV/AIDS at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria

Oku A. O., Mkpanam N. E., Ekpenyong N. O., Isika A. I. and Akpakpan A.U.  

February 2021

Preconception care: What women know, think and do

Ayodeji A. Adeyemo and Oluwasomidoyin O. Bello  

February 2021

Orthodox and unorthodox practices by traditional birth attendants’ in Nsukka area of Enugu State, Southeast Nigeria

George Onyemaechi Ugwu, Ed Nwobodo, Godwin Uchenna Ezema, Cosmos Onah and Odidika Ugochukwu Umeora  

April 2021

Salivary gland tumours in the intraoral region: A retrospective study of cases treated in a teaching hospital in North-West Nigeria

Omisakin Olatunde Oluleke, Ayuba Iko Godwin, Fomete Benjamin, Ogunsina Modupe and Sannom Yates