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July-August 2022| Vol 31| Issue 4

Review Article

The use of art-based interventions in the care of patients in health-care institutions in Nigeria: A review

Background: Arts-based Interventions involve the use of aesthetic engagements, sensory activation, evocation of emotion and cognitive stimulation and involvement of the imagination, to promot...

Original Article

Comparative Study of Bisacodyl Suppository Plus Antibiotics versus Antibiotics Alone in the Prevention of Postprostate Biopsy Infection

Aims: The purpose of this study is to determine whether bisacodyl rectal suppository can reduce infective complications postprostate biopsy. Patients, Materials and Methods: This was a...

Original Article

Reduced admissions in the children's emergency room during coronavirus-19 pandemic in the university of port harcourt teaching hospital, Nigeria

Background: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), the novel global pandemic that was first reported in Wuhan, China, in 2019, and subsequently in Nigeria in 2020, and its negative impact on child h...

Original Article

Oral Health Knowledge and Behavior among Public Primary Schoolchildren in Lagos, Nigeria

Aim: To evaluate the oral health knowledge and behavior among primary school pupils. Patients, Materials and Methods: This was a cross-sectional, descriptive study, in which a systemat...

Original Article

Career choices and determining factors among final year medical students in Lagos Nigeria

Background: Identifying the factors that influence the choices medical students make regarding their careers can prove invaluable in the management of healthcare manpower. Aim: The aim...

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Nigerian Journal of Medicine, a publication of Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors ( NARD), is a peer-reviewed online Bi-monthly journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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