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   2018| January-June  | Volume 23 | Issue 1  
    Online since August 20, 2019

 
 
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Hydrostatic reduction is Cost-effective in the management of pediatric intussusception in Nigeria: A decision analysis
MD Ughasoro, UO Ezomike, SO Ekenze
January-June 2018, 23(1):176-181
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.2  
[ABSTRACT]   Full text not available  [PDF]
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Accidental poisoning among under-five children seen at the children's emergency room of Federal Medical Center Umuahia, Nigeria
CA Ibeneme, IF Ogbonna, GC Nwala
January-June 2018, 23(1):201-205
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.6  
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Zero prevalence of hepatitis B and C coinfection among a large cohort of health care workers in Enugu, Nigeria: A Cross-sectional descriptive study
IA Meka, BI Omotowo, UN Ijoma, EV Okoli, TU Nwagha, AC Ndu, O Obienu, CL Onyekonwu, OD Onodugo, EO Ugwu
January-June 2018, 23(1):171-175
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.1  
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Examining key issues with the utilization and quality of services in primary healthcare facilities in Rural and Urban areas in Nigeria
I Okeke, E Etiaba, C Okoli, Onwujekwe
January-June 2018, 23(1):194-200
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i2.5  
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Incidence, pattern and trend of scabies infection in Nigeria: A retrospective study of 366 cases
CL Onyekonwu, N Okoh, E Ofondu, E Nwobi, CG Onyekonwu
January-June 2018, 23(1):227-230
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.10  
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Use of injections and antibiotics and profile of health workers in Rural primary health care facilities in North-western Nigeria
VN Omole, IA Joshua, ZK Muhammad-Idris, NO Usman, IA Ahmad
January-June 2018, 23(1):183-188
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.3  
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Prevalence and pattern of self-medication among medical students in a Nigerian University
CA Idoko, BI Omotowo, OE Ekwueme, I Chidolue, U Ezeoke, AC Ndu, C Okeke
January-June 2018, 23(1):189-193
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.4  
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Incidence and outcome of higher order multiple pregnancies at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Ituku/Ozalla, Enugu, Nigeria
GO Ugwu, BC Ozumba, CA Iyoke, AO Asogwa, SG Mbah, KC Obioha
January-June 2018, 23(1):213-216
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.8  
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Does increase in fiscal space have effect on government allocations to the health sector? A study of Lagos State, Nigeria
C Okoli, H Ichoku, N Ezumah, J Umeano-Enemuoh, O Onwujekwe
January-June 2018, 23(1):217-226
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.9  
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Leprosy and medical practitioners in Enugu, South- East Nigeria
BI Omotowo, JN Chukwu, EO Ndibuagu, EA Otache, HC Okereke
January-June 2018, 23(1):206-211
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.7  
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Jaw mass as initial presentation of multiple myeloma: A report of two cases
HC Okoye, AJ Madu, AO Ugwu, UC Okechi, AN Duru, TU Nwagha
January-June 2018, 23(1):301-306
DOI:10.4314/jcm.v23i1.11  
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