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The prevalence and morbidity associated with ectopic pregnancies at Harare central and Parirenyatwa hospitals
Introduction Ectopic pregnancy is amongst the top causes of maternal morbidity and mortality in the first trimester of pregnancy. It represents one of the commonest gynaecological surgical emergencies in Zimbabwe and ...
Fetomaternal outcomes of pregnant women admitted with malaria at Parirenyatwa hospital and in Mashonaland East province of Zimbabwe
INTRODUCTION There are 300million to 500million people who are infected with malaria worldwide every year and the disease kills about 3million yearly. 90% of the cases occur in Sub-Saharan Africa where HIV is also prevalent. ...
Randomised control trial comparing two regimens of prophylactic antibiotics for women undergoing caesarean section
Introduction Infection is one of the major complications of surgery. Caesarean section is the single most important risk factor for postnatal infections . Prophylactic antibiotics have become a standard of management ...
A case report of combined intra-uterine and extra-uterine pregnancies resulting in two live children
(The Central African Journal of Medicine, 1963-09)
A comparative study in obstetrics in an urban area on 10,000 African and 2,000 European deliveries
(The Central African Journal of Medicine, 1956-09)
The use of the vacuum extractor in the Rhodesian African
(University Of Rhodesia, 1969-11)
Recent advances course in obstetrics and gynaecology
(University Of Rhodesia, 1972-01)
The management of uterine fibroids in the Rhodesian African
(University Of Rhodesia, 1970-07)
Obstetrical problems in Bechuanaland
(The Central African Journal of Medicine, 1956-05)