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January-April 2019| Vol 36| Issue 1

Review Article

Fetal imaging and diagnosis services in developing countries – A call to action

Fetal congenital anomalies are among the leading causes of perinatal death or survival with disability worldwide. Their accurate antenatal detection employing a range of fetal imaging techniques ena...


Original Article

A 35-year standardized prediction estimates for gynecological lesions in oil and gas exploration and production city in the Niger Delta

Background: The impact of constant emission of hydrocarbons and contaminated water level through oil spillage in the oil and gas exploration and production areas of Niger Delta on women's...


Original Article

Maternal and neonatal outcomes in premature rupture of membranes at University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Maiduguri, North-Eastern Nigeria

Background: Premature rupture of membrane (PROM) is linked to significant adverse events in the prenatal, peripartum and neonatal period. Both, PROM and PPROM are associated with maternal and...


Original Article

Disrespect and abuse during facility based childbirth: The experience of mothers in Kano, Northern Nigeria

Context: An important but little understood concept that retards the goal to reduce maternal mortality and increase universal access to reproductive health is disrespect and abuse (D&A) d...


Original Article

The effect of hyoscine butyl bromide in shortening the duration of first stage of labor: A single-blind randomized control study

Background: Active management of labor reduces the number of prolonged labor and the duration of labor without having any adverse effects on the mother and the fetus. Intervention with drugs ...


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