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Strategic change in the Kenya National Malaria Strategy by the division of Malaria control of the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation
(University of Nairobi, Kenya, 2011)
This project set out to do a case study of the strategic change in the Kenya national malaria strategy by the division of malaria control of the ministry of public health and sanitation. Data was collected from the head ...
Nurses' attitudes and perceptions towards pediatric oncology patients in relationship to the quality of nursing care they provide: a case study of Kenyatta National Hospital.
Cancer is a disease that creates fearand uncertainty in individuals in our society. This is mainly due to its poor prognosis. It is therefore regarded as not only a fatal disease, but also as a symbol of death. Cultural ...
Malaria complicated by gangrene: a case presentation and review
(Pan African Medical Journal, 2011)
Symmetrical peripheral gangrene (SPG) is an extremely rare complication of malaria. It occurs acutely and progresses rapidly to cause irreversible necrosis of tissue following which debridement or amputation is inevitable. ...
Optimal Normative Pediatric Cardiac Structure Dimensions for Clinical Use
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Epigenetic Control Of Irf1 Responses In HIV-exposed Seronegative Versus HIV-susceptible Individuals.
(University of Nairobi, 2011-03)
Not all individuals exposed to HIV become infected. Understanding why these HIV-exposed seronegative individuals remain uninfected will help inform the development of preventative measures against HIV infection. Interferon ...
Antibiotic prescription patterns at admission into a tertiary level intensive care unit in Northern India
(University of Nairobi, 2011-10)
CONTEXT: An audit of antibiotic prescribing patterns is an important indicator of the quality and standard of clinical practice. AIMS: To study the (1) antibiotic prescription and consumption patterns at admission ...
Effects of HIV-1 infection on malaria parasitemia in Milo sub-location, Western Kenya
(University of Nairobi, 2015-07)
Abstract Background Malaria and HIV infections are both highly prevalent in sub-Saharan Africa, with HIV-infected patients being at higher risk of acquiring malaria. HIV-1 infection is known to impair the immune response ...
Dashed hopes and missed opportunities: Malaria: Malaria control policies in Kenya, 1896 – 2009”
(University of Nairobi, 2010)