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Utilization of traditional medicine as a health care option: a case for Kiruhura District
INTRODUCTION: Traditional medicine has existed in Uganda for a very long time before the advent for modern forms of treatment and almost all communities entirely depended on it for their health care needs. Traditional ...
Community knowledge, attitudes and practices on intermittent presumptive treatment of malaria in pregnant women in Tororo district, Uganda.
INTRODUCTION: Utilization of intermittent presumption treatment (IPT) of malaria for pregnant women is still low in Tororo district. IPT1 coverage from July 2005 to July 2006 was 45% and IPT2 was not established. All ...