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Prevalence and factors associated with rotavirus infection among children admitted with acute care diarrhoea in Mulago hospital
BACKGROUND: Rotavirus remains the most common cause of severe dehydration diarrhoea among children worldwide. By five years of age, almost all children will have had an episode of rotavirus gastroenteritis. Children in ...
The safety of adult male circumcision in HIV-infected and uninfected men in Rakai, Uganda.
(Public Library of Science, 2008-06)
Background The objective of the study was to compare rates of adverse events (AEs) related to male circumcision (MC) in HIV-positive and HIV-negative men in order to provide guidance for MC programs that may provide ...
Prevalence, socio-demographic factors and antimicrobial susceptibility of neisseria gonorrhoea among men presenting with urethral discharge at Mulago and Murchison-bay Hospitals.
INTRODUCTION: Neisseria gonorrhoea remains a major sexually transmitted infection that is believed to be associated with increased risk of HIV transmission. It has shown an ever evolving pattern of increasing resistance ...
The prevalence and factors associated with adrenal insufficiency among patients with sputum smear positive pulmonary tuberculosis admitted to Mulago Hospital.
BACKGROUND: Tuberculosis (TB) is still one of the common infections which cause adrenal insufficiency in the developing countries. That is why we set out to determine the prevalence and factors associated with adrenal ...
The clinical, radiological and laboratory features of tuberculosis in children at Mulago Hospital.
The incidence of tuberculosis (TB) In Uganda is 150-200/100,000 of the population and an estimated incidence of smear positive adult cases of > 110/100,000 of the population. About a half of the ugandan population was ...