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May-June 2021| Vol 30| Issue 3

Original Article

A Comparison of the Performance of the Midarm Circumference and the Nelson Weight Estimation Formulas in Nigerian Children

Background: In emergencies, two commonly used weight estimation methods are Nelson and mid-arm circumference (MAC)-based formulae. Nelson's method requires the child's age while the M...


Original Article

Knowledge, perception, and consumption of food additives among female lecturers in Zaria, Nigeria

Background: Food additives are being utilized for both small- and large-scale food production but often find more applicability in mass food production. Food additive consumption over a long ...


Original Article

Predictors of knowledge and perception of family planning among men in urban areas in northwest Nigeria

Introduction: The use of family planning (FP) methods has remained low in Nigeria despite the high fertility rate and unmet need; partly because men are excluded in FP programs. Most studies ...


Original Article

Readiness of Nigerian health-care workers to work during COVID-19 pandemic

Introduction: Health-care professionals of all cadres are the utmost valuable resource during pandemics and maintaining an adequate workforce of health professionals during an emergency is cr...


Original Article

Pattern, risk factors, and outcome of acute stroke in a Nigerian university teaching hospital: A 1-year review

Background: This study aimed to document the pattern, risk factors, in-hospital outcomes, and stroke mortality in a hospital over one year. Materials and Methods: Acute stroke patients...


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Online: 1115-2613

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

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