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Prevalence, aetiology, associated factors and immediate outcome of neonatal septicaemia in Mulago hospital
Background: Neonatal septicaemia is a common problem, which is associated with a mortality rate of more than 50% in some countries. However, its prevalence, causative organisms, and their sensitivity patterns have been ...
Prevalence and some causative factors of severe anaemia among children admitted to the Acute Care Unit [of] Mulago Hospital
Introduction: Anaemia is a major cause of childhood morbidity and mortality worldwide especially in developing countries. It is an important paediatric health problem in Sub-Saharan Africa where up to 45% of hospitalized ...
Risk factors for non-adherence to follow-up among patients treated for trypanosomiasis in Terego County, Arua District
Background: About 60 million people are at risk of infection with Trypanosomiasis in 36 tsetse fly-infested sub-Saharan countries. Uganda is the only country known to have both species, distributed in two foci. The northern ...
Causes of lower respiratory infection in HIV-infected Ugandan adults who are sputum AFB smear-negative
SETTING: Mulago national referral and teaching hospital. OBJECTIVE: To assess the etiology of lower respiratory infections in HIV-infected Ugandan adults who are sputum acid-fast bacilli (AFB) smear-negative. DESIGN: A ...