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Spatial clustering of malaria and associated risk factors during an epidemic in a highland area of western Kenya
(University of Nairobi., 2004-07)
The epidemiology of malaria over small areas remains poorly understood, and this is particularly true for malaria during epidemics in highland areas of Africa, where transmission intensity is low and characterized by acute ...
Epidemiology of Trypanocidal Drug Resistance in the Transmara District of Kenya
The sensitivity profile of 10 isolates of Trypanosoma congolense isolated from parasitaemic local Zebu cattle in transmara District, Kenya, to therapeutic doses of both diminazene aceturate and isometamidium chloride was ...
Orthopaedic training in Kenya
Background: Orthopaedic training in Kenya, like in other East, Central and Southern Africa college of surgeons (COSECSA) countries is varied leading to specialists with varying exposures and competencies. The experience ...
Modeling of sti prevalence among hiv-infected adults in hiv care programs in Kenya using logistic regression
Objectives and methods: This paper investigates risk factors associated with prevalence of sexually transmitted infections. Logistics regression is employed to determine the risk factors. Furthermore, the study validates ...
Social stigma and reintegration of obstetric Fistula survivors in west pokot, Kenya
(University of Nairobi, 2010)
Obstetric fistula is a medical condition in which a woman develops a hole between the vagina and rectum or the bladder during delivery. In West Pokot, this condition attracts social stigma, abandonment, seclusion and ...