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July 2022 | Vol  25 | Issue  7     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Original Article
Ischemia-Modified Albumin (IMA) levels in ectopic pregnancy and early pregnancy loss
K Dogan, C Helvacioglu, S Baghaki, A Kural, M Dogan
Background: IMA is a novel marker to consider in ischemic conditions. The initial stages of pregnancy represent a physiological ischemic status. IMA levels may be changed when there is suspic...
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Predictors of Shisha Use among Medical and Dental Students in Ibadan, Nigeria
OF Fagbule, EO Cadmus
Background: Shisha is a form of smoked tobacco product. Medical trainees are potential stakeholders in providing accurate information about shisha and discouraging its use. However, few studi...
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Predictors of knowledge, attitudes and ever practice family planning among public secondary school teachers in Enugu East Senatorial District, Nigeria
OC Okafor, MZ Nor Afiah, SG Muthiah
Background: Family planning deficiencies are responsible for high maternal, newborn, and child mortality in Nigeria, and more than half of all death among adult female is linked to maternal d...
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Umbilical cord serum zinc in neonates delivered at the university of Nigeria teaching hospital, Enugu: Variation with gestational age
CL Olisaka, KK Iloh, IN Asinobi, AC Ubesie, AN Ikefuna, BC Ibe
Background: Zinc is particularly involved in cellular growth, neurodevelopment, and immune function, which is critical for child survival. To reduce neonatal mortality in developing countries...
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Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice

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