Volume 1  Issue 2

A New Evidence Based Approach to Neonatal Hypoglycemia: Use of Oral Dextrose Gel

Mustafa Belli & Nevin Uslu*

Neonatal hypoglycemia is a common metabolic condition that occurs in the first 48 hours, affects 15% of newborns and may lead to brain damages. In order to prevent neonatal hypoglycemia, it is crucial that newborns are fed at an early period. [..] READ MORE

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Peripartum Cardiomyopathy

Emre KÖLE* & Merve KÖLE

Peripartum cardiomyopathy (PPCM), whose etiology is not known exactly, is one of the rare complications of pregnancy which can cause severe morbidity and mortality. Peripartum cardiomyopathy develops between the last month of pregnancy and the fifth postpartum month. [..] READ MORE

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Evaluating The Impact of the Integrated Community Case Management (ICCM) on Care Given at Drug Shops for Childhood Diarrhoea, Malaria and Pneumonia in Rural Eastern Nigeria

Uzoma Kizito Ndugbu* & Uchechukwu Chukwuocha, M.

Nigeria has the largest number of malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea-related deaths. While it is important that the country attains universal coverage of key childhood illness interventions, poor attention is given on the implementation ICCM in drug shops, where close to a third of the population seek health care. [..] READ MORE

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Globalization and the Indigenous Concept of Sexuality in African Tradition: Charting a New Course for Sexual Right and Safe Society

Okafor Samuel Okechi

Across the human societies, the concept of sex and sexual relationship is attached with some degree of sacredness and in some cases, can be classified as a taboo if some rules guiding such activity is ignored or violated. African societies in particular, at various degrees, have an understanding of sexual relationship as a sacrosanct factor to the image of a group, and a respectable phenomenon which every member of the group must adhere to the rules guiding them. [..] READ MORE

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Child Health: Current Situation and Perspectives. The Example of Cuba

Mauro Castelló González1* & Imti Choonara2

Child health varies significantly between countries and different regions. Child mortality is lowest in Europe and highest in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia [1]. There are however wide variations between different countries in the same region and also significant variations within countries. [..] READ MORE

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Factors Influencing Maternal Competence of Essential Newborn Care Among Postnatal Mothers in Low-Resource Setting

Emmanuel Chioma Blessing1* & Rita Ramos, C.2

Every newborn needs essential care which must be initiated as soon as the baby is born and continued for at least the first month of life. In the absence or less of this care, new born morbidity and mortality may occur. [..] READ MORE

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