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THE EFFECT OF BUCCHOLZIA CORIACEA ON RENAL FUNCTION INDICES AND OXIDATIVE STRESS IN SUCROSE FED PREGNANT RATS AND THEIR OFFSPRINGS

ABSTRACT This study examined the nephrotic effect of Buchholzia coriacea formulated diet in sucrose-fed pregnant rats and their offspring. Buchholzia coriacea (B. coriacea) (family, capparidaceae) is a perennial plant commonly known as wonderful kola. Seeds were obtained from ogbete main market, Enugu state, identified, dried and grounded using a miller machine. 10% of the seed powder was used to formulate their diet. Thirty (240) adult female and six (6) adult ...

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THE CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS TO THE DEVELOPMENT IS HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA

Abstract This study was on the challenges and solutions to the development in hospitality industry in Nigeria. Four objectives were raised which included: To ascertain the constraints hindering hospitality development in Imo state, to determine the imperative of hospitality industry development to economic growth of Imo state, to identify factors that can enhance growth and development of hospitality industry in Imo state and to proffer solutions to the problems affecting ...

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ASSESSMENT OF THE UPTAKE OF FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES BY WOMEN OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE IN WARU, APO ABUJA.

Abstract Nearly one in ten women of reproductive age worldwide has an unmet need for family planning. Although contraceptive usage has increased globally, sub-Saharan Africa has recorded the lowest usage of contraceptives worldwide, with Nigeria, the country with the highest population in Africa still recording a low prevalence of contraceptive usage. This descriptive survey assessed the uptake of family planning services by women of reproductive age in Waru, Apo Abuja. ...

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FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR INFERTILITY AMONGST WOMEN OF CHILD BEARING AGE IN DELTA STATE

Abstract This study was on factors responsible for infertility amongst women of child bearing age in Delta State. Three objectives were raised which included: To find out whether hormonal imbalances is the responsible for infertility amongst women of child bearing age in Delta state, to find out whether substance abuse is responsible for infertility amongst women of child bearing age in Delta state and to find out whether severe stress ...

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EFFECTS OF IMPROPER DOCUMENTATIONS OF HEALTH RECORDS

Abstract This study was on effects of improper documentations of health records. Three objectives were raised which included:  To ascertain the importance of records management practice to health staff, to identify the state of records management practice at health facilities, to assess how record management affects the quality of health service delivery at the various health facilities and tassess the availability of capacity for electronic records management in terms of ...

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PERCEIVED FACTORS AFFECTING NON STAY OF HEALTH WORKERS IN RURAL AREAS OF ENUGU STATE

Abstract This study was on challenges of perceived factors affecting non stay of health workers in rural areas of Enugu state. Two objectives were raised which included:  To describe factors influencing the non stay of health workers in the rural area of Enugu state and to make recommendations for the role management in retaining health workers in the rural area of Enugu state. A total of 77 responses were received ...

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MATERNAL HEALTH CARE SEEKING BEHAVIOR AND PREGNANCY OUTCOME OF PREGNANT WOMEN OF AMUZUKWU COMMUNITY IN ABIA STATE.

Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the maternal health care seeking behaviour and pregnancy outcome of pregnant women Azumukwu community in Abia state. The objectives of study were to: (i) determine the gestational age at which pregnant women book for Antenatal Care(ANC) in Azumukwu community, (ii)determine how often pregnant women attend Antenatal Care(ANC)during the third trimester, (iii) ascertain the facilities utilized by pregnant women with complications for ...

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EFFECTS OF TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION ON HEALTH SERVICES DELIVERY IN LAGOS STATE

Abstract This study was on effect of technology utilization on health service delivery. Using University of Lagos teaching hospital as a case study. Four objectives were raised which included: To ascertain the knowledge and attitude of staff towards the use of ICT on health service delivery at University of Lagos teaching hospital,  to ascertain the efficient and effective is the use of ICT on health service delivery at University of ...

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THE IMPACT OF INFECTIOUS EPIDEMIC ON SOCIAL GATHERING A CASE STUDY OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE

Abstract This study was on the impact of infectious epidemic on social gathering. A case study of coronaviorus. Two objectives were raised which included; To ascertain the effect of COVID19 on social gathering and to ascertain the risk of factors of gathering during COVID19. A total of 77 responses were received and validated from the enrolled participants where all respondents were drawn from Offa, Kwara state. Hypothesis was tested using ...

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THE IMPACT OF INFECTIOUS EPIDEMIC ON INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSON A CASE STUDY OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE

Abstract This study was on the impact of infectious epidemic on internally displaced person. A case study of coronavirus disease. Three objectives were raised which included; To find out the contribution of government to internally displaced person during COVID19, to find out the effect of COVID19 on internally displaced person and to identify COVID 19 information needs of IPDs in the federal capital territory in Abuja, Nigeria. A total of ...

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THE IMPACT OF DELTA STATE CONTRIBUTORY HEALTH SCHEME ON WORKERS HEALTH ATTITUDE, BEHAVIOUR AND PRACTICE IN DELTA STATE CIVIL SERVICE, ASABA

Abstract This study was on the impact of Delta state contributory health scheme on workers health attitude, behavior and practices in Delta state civil service, Asaba. Four objectives were raised which included: To determine the health attitude of Civil Servants in Delta state on Contributory Health scheme, to determine the behaviour of Civil Servants in Delta state on Contributory Health scheme programme, ascertain the practice of Civil Servants in Delta ...

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ROLE OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINE: IT’S BENEFIT AND CHALLENGES

Abstract This study was on role of traditional medicine: the benefits and challenges. Three objectives were raised which included; To find out the benefit of traditional medicine and to find out the challenges of traditional medicine. A total of 77 responses were received and validated from the enrolled participants where all respondents were drawn from people of Idimili local government of Anambra state. Hypothesis was tested using Chi-Square statistical tool ...

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PROBLEMS AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE NIGERIAN HEALTH CARE SYSTEM

Abstract This study was on Problems and achievements of the Nigerian Health Care System. Three objectives were raised which included; Assess Nigerian health care system versus SDGs, investigate problems confronting Nigerian health care system and establish possible measures to improve the trend. A total of 77 responses were received and validated from the enrolled participants where all respondents were drawn from ministry of health Bayelsa State. Hypothesis was tested using ...

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PRENATAL CARE AND INFANT MORTALITY AMONG LOW INCOME ADOLESCENT MOTHERS IN KARU NASARAWA STATE NIGERIA

Abstract This study was on Prenatal care and infant mortality among low income adolescent mothers in Karu Nasarawa State Nigeria.. Three objectives were raised which included; To find out whether mother of low income cause infant mortality in Karu Nasarawa, to ascertain whether prenatal care in affordable to low income adolescent mothers in karu, Nasarawa and to find out if there is a difference between infant mortality rate according to ...

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KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTION AND STANDARD PRECAUTION AMONG HEALTH WORKERS IN NIGERIA

Abstract This study was on Knowledge, perception and standard precaution among health workers in Nigeria. Seven objectives were raised which included;To assess the level of knowledge of standard precautions among health care workers in Central Hospital, Warri, to ascertain the attitude of health care workers in Central Hospital, Warri towards standard precautions, to determine the level of practice of standard precautions among health care workers in Central Hospital, Warri, to ...

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CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ROLES OF NCDC AND WHO IN COVID-19 PANDEMIC MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL MEASURES

Abstract This study was on critical analysis of the roles of NCDC and WHO in covid19 pandemic management and control measures. Three objectives were raised which included: To find out the role played by NCDC in covid19 pandemic management and control measures in Nigeria, to find out responsibility of WHO in covid19 pandemic management and control measures and to find out the challenges of NCDC and WHO in managing and ...

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COVID-19 PANDEMIC: NCDC PROTOCOLS ADHERENCE AND VACCINATION ACCEPTANCE AMONG TRADERS IN SAPELE URBAN MARKET

Abstract This study was on COVID-19 pandemic: NCDC protocols adherence and vaccination acceptance among traders in Sapele urban Market. Three objectives were raised which included: To find out the attitude of traders in Sapele urban market towards COVID19 vaccine, to find out the level of acceptance of COVID19 vaccines by traders in Sapele urban market and to find out whether traders in sapele urban market adhere to the instructions of ...

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A CRITICAL INVESTIGATION OF BIRTH PREPAREDNESS AND EMERGENCY READINESS PLANS OF ANTENATAL CLINIC ATTENDEES IN GENERAL HOSPITAL ENUGU STATE

Abstract This study was on critical investigation of birth preparedness and emergency readiness plans of antenatal clinical in general hospital. Three objectives were raised which included; Determine the level of birth preparedness among expectant women in Enugu State, identify what it takes to be well-prepared for child birth and assess the extent of emergency preparedness in terms of childbirth. A total of 77 responses were received and validated from the ...

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FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PROLONG LABOR AMONG WOMEN AGE 32-45 YEAR

CHAPTER ONE 1.0       INTRODUCTION Prolong labor or dystocia is a common birth complication and constitute the major indication of instrument deliveries and delivery by emergency caesarean section (CS) (J midwifery women health 2007). Prolong labors is inherently difficult and it is discussed ever since freedman introduced the graphic analysis of labor, on labor progress, they propose alternative approach to diagnose a stew progress of labor. According to freedman’s graphic the ...

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PREVENTION OF MALARIA

ABSTRACT Malaria continues to be a greater cause of morbidity and mortality in Nigeria. The government of Ghana and other donor agencies are making tremendous efforts to prevent and control the disease. In spite of these efforts by the government, malaria has not yet been defeated in its bastion. The aim of the study was to find out the experiences community nurses have about the existing methods of preventing malaria ...

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