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Title: Prevalence of malaria in pregnancy among women attended antenatal care at Kampala International University teaching hospital
Authors: Elisha, Frank
Keywords: Pregnancy
Antenatal care
Kampala International University teaching hospital
Issue Date: Nov-2013
Publisher: Kampala International University. School of Health Sciences Western Campus
Abstract: The study was carried out with an objective of assessing the prevalence and risk factors, among pregnant women attending antenatal care at Kampala International University Teaching Hospital and specifically to compare the prevalence rate of malaria at KIUTH to that of Africa WHO statistics, identify the risk factors that influences the distribution of malaria in pregnancy,and identify the number of case of malaria in pregnancy between October 2012 to september 2013 attended to KIUTH.Data was analyzed using micro soft excel, calculators and presented in form of pie charts, tables, percentages and bar graphs.
Description: A research dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the award of a degree in bachelor of medicine and surgery of Kampala International university.
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (BMS)

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