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Severe Metabolic Acidosis and “Muti” (traditional herbal medicine) ingestion in young children
(University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 1990)
Twenty infants ami young children admitted with severe metabolic acidosis and a positive history of ‘muti’ ingestion were investigated. All had accompanying gastroenteritis and significant dehydration. Biochemical data was ...
ANALYSIS ON THE BURDEN OF HELMINTHS-Plasmodium falciparum POLYPARASITISM, EFFECT ON ANAEMIA AND THE ROLE OF INTEGRATED SCHOOL BASED PARASITE CONTROL AND HEALTH EDUCATION IN ZIMBABWE.
Introduction: Globally, 207 million; 2 billion and 243 million people are infected with schistosomiasis (SCH), soil transmitted helminths (STH) and Plasmodium falciparum (P.f) respectively. Many of the affected people are ...
Mvana and Their Children: The Language of the Shona People as it Relates to Women and Womens’ Space
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2003)
Research elsewhere, within English and other languages, has shown that linguistic behaviour is one of the keys to understanding the nature and status of women in the attitudes transmitted through language (Frank and ...
Effectiveness of short message services reminder on childhood immunization programme in Kadoma- a randomized control trial, 2013
Introduction: Globally, non-attendance for immunization appointments remains a challenge to healthcare providers. Adoption of short message services has been shown to enhance attendance in medical setting. A review of the ...