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    • Community-acquired pnemonia in Ugandan adults: short-term parenteral ampicilin therapy for bacterial pnemonia 

      Yoshimine, Hiroyuki; Oishi, Kazunori; Mubiru, Francis; Nalwoga, Hawa; Takahashi, Hidehiko; Amano, Hideaki; Ombasi, Philip; Watanabe, Kiwao; Joloba, Moses; Aisu, Thomas; Ahmed, Kamruddin; Shimada, Masaaki; Mugerwa, Roy; Nagatake, Tsuyoshi (American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2001)
      A hospital-based prospective study of 99 patients with community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) was carried out in Kampala, Uganda. We evaluated microbiological etiologies, clinical features and effectiveness of short-term ...
    • Injury patterns in rural and urban Uganda 

      Kobusingye, O.; Guwatudde, D; Lett, R (BMJ Publishing Group, 2001)
      Objectives—To describe and contrast injury patterns in rural and urban Uganda. Settings—One rural and one urban community in Uganda. Methods—Community health workers interviewed adult respondents in households selected by ...
    • Knowledge, Attitudes and Practise of Patients regarding Management of their Condition. 

      Murunyu, David L. (2001)
      Tuberculosis (TB) has always been a public concern in most developing countries. It is a disease of global importance. A third of the world’s population is estimated to have been infected with mycobacterium TB; 8 million ...