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January-June 2017| Vol 2| Issue 1

Editorial

Is acute appendicitis still the most common abdominal surgical emergency

Acute appendicitis is said to be the most common abdominal surgical emergency that reports to a general surgeon, and it is said to occur in all ages including fetus. The incidence of appendicitis is...


Original Article

Prevalence of obesity and outcome of weight loss on reproduction: A study among women attending infertility clinic in Zaria, Northern Nigeria

Objective: Obesity is rising in the developing countries because of changing life style, and this has its burden on fertility and its management. This study determined the prevalence of obesi...


Original Article

Is 5 IU bolus of oxytocin as effective as 10 IU bolus for control of bleeding during cesarean section under spinal anesthesia?

Aim and Objectives: We sought to compare the hemodynamic effects of 5 international unit (IU) and 10 IU of intravenous (IV) boluses of oxytocin and their efficacy in reducing blood loss durin...


Original Article

Knowledge and perception of patients with sickle-cell disease about primary care providers in Zaria, North-West Nigeria

Background: Sickle-cell disease (SCD) is a common disorder worldwide, affecting 2% of the Nigerian population. Patients with SCD require emergency care, especially during crises. However,...


Original Article

Reproductive health decision-making among adolescents in public secondary schools in Zaria, North-Western, Nigeria

Introduction: Risky sexual behavior among adolescents is a major contributory factor to adolescent morbidity. This is mainly because during adolescence, cognitive, and psychological maturity ...


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Archives of Medicine and Surgery, a publication of the College of Health Sciences, Kaduna State University,is a print + online Semiannual journal.

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