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PAMJ Conf Proceedings Supplement 2

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Denis Anywar Arony, Suzanne Gazda et al.
nodding syndrome (NS) is associated with high anion gap, biotinidase and acetyl carnitine deficiency, vitamin B6 and D deficiency and internal displacement. The objective of this study was to conduct a metabolic analysis on NS children and review literature on its similarities with ASD. we conducted biochemical analysis on blood and urine of NS c...Read more
Domaine: Non-Communicable diseases epidemiology | 12 Jun 2018
Research
Francine Mwayuma Birungi, et al. | 17 May 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 17 May 2018; 30(39)
To report on the diagnostic yield using the Xpert MTB/RIF assay on gastric lavage samples from children (<15 years) who were household contacts of tuberculosis (TB) cases in Kigali, Rwanda. A cross-...Read more
Editorial
Luchuo Engelbert Bain, et al. | 03 Nov 2017
Pan African Medical Journal. 03 Nov 2017; 28(200)
Meaningful progress of medicine depends on research that must ultimately involve human subjects. Obtaining ethical approval therefore, especially in medical sciences, should be a moral reflex for rese...Read more
Research
Isaac Nkrumah, et al. | 15 May 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 15 May 2018; 30(24)
Scientific research results are a necessary base for high quality nursing practice. The level of implementation of research in the clinical setting, including nurses' participation in and knowledge o...Read more
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Souheil Zayet, et al. | 29 May 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 29 May 2018; 30(71)
L'objet est de relever les caractéristiques épidémio-cliniques, diagnostiques, thérapeutiques et évolutives de la tuberculose génitale (TG) chez la femme en T...Read more
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Leila Nasiriani, et al. | 17 May 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 17 May 2018; 30(40)
Professional ethics is an important issue in every organization. This study was designed to define compliance level to professional codes of ethics and some of its related factors in midwives working...Read more
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Review
Abdullah Ebrahim Laher, et al. | 28 May 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 28 May 2018; 30(61)
HIV and HTLV (Human T-ymphotropic Virus) are the only known retroviruses responsible for causing infection in humans. HTLV-1 and HIV-1 are frequent co-pathogens, however, despite its potential for acc...Read more
Short communication
Cavin Epie Bekolo, et al. | 02 Apr 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 02 Apr 2018; 29(189)
Many young people do not know their HIV status in sub-Saharan Africa where it is estimated that only 10% of young men and 15% of young women know their HIV status. In a rural community in Cameroon, we...Read more
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Dimitri Kanyanda Nafatalewa, et al. | 29 May 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 29 May 2018; 30(72)
La perforation gastrique néonatale spontanée est rare. Nous rapportons un cas survenu chez un nouveau-né de 4 jours issu d'une grossesse à terme. L’enfant a nécessit...Read more
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