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Relationship between knowledge and self-care practices regarding tuberculosis treatment among clients aged 20 – 40 years at Beatrice Road Infectious Hospital outpatient clinic
Tuberculosis is a worldwide public health problem with a continued increase in both morbidity and mortality. It has been compounded by HIV/AIDS pandermic. Tuberculosis is widely known to affect the most economically active ...
A study to examine the relationship between knowledge levels on self-care practices and occurance of abortion among women of child bearing age admitted for post arbotal care at Gwanda gynaecology ward.
Abortion is a major public health obstetric problem across the globe. Worldwide, twenty million unsafe abortions occur each year. Eighty thousand women die each year because of complications following unsafe abortions [WHO ...