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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...