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January 2023 | Vol  26 | Issue  1     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Original Article
Prevalence and trends of adult overweight and obesity in Nigeria — A systematic review and meta-analysis
MA Ramalan, ID Gezawa, BM Musa, AE Uloko, YM Fakhraddeen
Background: The prevalence of obesity and its attendant complications are on the increase globally—sub-Saharan Africa inclusive. Obesity confers an increased risk of coronary artery dis...
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Self-medication for acne among Saudi Undergraduate University Students: A cross-sectional study
L Alnaim, A Alshahrani
Background: Understanding the perceptions and practices associated with self-medication among undergraduate university students is of significant importance since there is evidence showing th...
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Assessment of satisfaction with a healthy life center, a new service model
AO Porsuk, C Cerit
Background: Healthy Life Centers have recently been added to Turkey's health system as a new service model. Aim: This study aims to determine the level of satisfaction among servic...
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Original Article
Preliminary outcome of use of parenterally administered tranexamic acid during primary total knee replacement
UE Anyaehie, GO Eyichukwu, ON Muoghalu, BK Emina, O Ede, WI Anetekhai, AD G Nwosu
Background: Perioperative blood loss and the need for blood transfusion following total knee arthroplasty (TKA) has been a source of concern for many arthroplasty surgeons and patients over t...
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Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice

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